We combine play with carefully designed therapeutic activities to treat the challenges your child is facing, while involving and coaching you; the parent and supporter of your child.
Our therapy work is family centred, giving you a chance to address any areas of concern and goals you may have with your therapist.
We then provide hands-on treatment and education, with the goal of optimising your child’s function based on their individual strengths and needs.
If your child is having difficulties in the following developmental areas, then we can help! Our occupational therapists have identified these areas as common challenges for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder:
The qualified speech pathologists at Talking in Steps see a great deal of children with an autism spectrum disorder. We are highly experienced in the assessment of communication difficulties seen in autism and designing therapy goals and strategies to enable your child to gain the most from therapy.
Picture Exchange Communication by Pyramid Education- which teaches the child to make requests and communicate by focusing on their visual strengths.
Focuses on helping children master the building blocks of relaxing, communicating and thinking, rather than symptoms of ASD alone.
The Developmental Individual Difference, Relationship -based (DIR/floortime) Model is a developmental and interdisciplinary framework that helps clinicians, parents and educators conduct an intervention program tailored to the unique challenges and strengths of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Where children can enjoy playing around with various toys and in different light settings so we can observe child behaviour.