Child Wellbeing Centre
Perth psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) therapists.
Our aim is to provide high quality services to children, young people and their families. We offer effective support to enhance children’s social, language, physical, learning, behavioural and emotional development.
If you require more information regarding our psychology, speech pathology and occupational therapy, autism suport and ABA services in Perth, please call our centre today.
Psychologists can help children with emotional, social, learning and behavioural difficulties. Psychologists are able to work directly with children and with their parents and carers
Speech pathologists can help with speech, language, communication and social development of children. Our Centre is able to provide service to children and adolescents.
Occupational Therapists can help with a wide range of day to day skills: including dressing, feeding and toileting,, fine motor skills and sensory regulation.
Our ABA programs are individually tailored to help children develop their communication, daily function and social behaviours. ABA is an appropriate option for children needing intensive intervention.
Making friends and keeping friends can be tricky for some children. The Centre offers a range of group interventions to help children learn important social skills.
Friendship Club, Term 3 Jasmin Fyfe from the ABACAS team will be running the Friendship Club for children aged 5-6 years old in Term 3. The program will be on one afternoon after school per week and focus on the social skills children need to make and keep friends. Social skills programs are small and
So what’s the difference between an instruction and a prompt? An instruction is the initial demand given to a child. For example “please wipe your nose”. Any instruction, cue, hint, signal after the first demand is a prompt. A prompt is added before and after the demand instruction to increase the rate of responding, lower
Carl will be joining the team in July and initially will be working as a Child Therapist in the Centre. Carl has a Masters in Psychology (Professional) and is currently seeking registration as a provisional psychologist. Once approved, this means that he will be fully supervised (by senior registered psychologists) in his work with children