NDIS Therapy in Perth

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NDIS Occupational Therapy | NDIS Speech Pathology | NDIS Physiotherapy | Early Childhood Intervention | Driving Assessments & Rehabilitation | Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC) | Complex Home Modifications | SDA Assessments

Superyou Therapy welcomes all NDIS support coordinators
to our Support Coordinator Showcase,
made for support coordinators by our team of Clinicians!

Experienced NDIS therapy clinicians in Perth.

Our highly experienced NDIS therapy team are community-based, working from hubs across metro Perth. We deliver services to people in their home, work or other community settings that work best for them.

At Superyou Therapy, we care for our team. We make sure our clinicians have more time to focus on client needs. We believe this leads to happier clinicians and better client outcomes. That’s just one of the ways we’re reimagining therapy in WA.

What’s On at Superyou Therapy!

Lego Technicians Group 

Have fun with Lego while building skills for social communication, turn-taking, understanding group rules – hidden rules, following instructions, fine motor skills and more!

Our Lego Technicians group will run with 2 sessions per week (4 sessions in total). These are 1.5 hours per session face to face.

Download the Lego Technicians flyer here.

Take the Wheel Group 

Our Take The Wheel groups focus on the development of different driving skills, including a driving simulator game and fun activities to develop pre-driving knowledge.

You’ll develop the driving readiness skills to identify key observations in a driving environment.

These include developing speed of movement and reaction times and improving basic knowledge of driving before getting behind the wheel of a car.

Download the Take the Wheel flyer here.

SOS Food Explorers Group 

Please note: SOS Food Explorers is currently only open to our current clients.

This face-to-face 12-week group program is led by SOS-trained Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists.

This group aims to increase your child’s range of foods eaten, improve their confidence to be around unfamiliar foods, and improved social and fine motor skills.

Your child will be supported by the same therapists and peers (we use peer modelling and social skill development while developing the range of foods eaten).

Download the SOS Food Explorers flyer here.