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Group Programs

Adaptability Therapy offers a range of group programs throughout the year. The groups are developed and run by our multi-disciplinary team of therapists. Depending on the group, that could include Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists and Physiotherapists.

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Some groups are run during school holidays, and others run throughout term time. Groups are open to everyone, including current clients of Adaptability Therapy, those on our waitlist and children and young people who are not accessing other services with us. A therapist reviews group participants prior to the group starting to ensure the group is appropriate and will be beneficial for the participant.

Groups are open to private and NDIS clients, and run at our Coorparoo and Graceville clinic locations. Parking is available on-site at both locations.

If you’re interested in hearing more about our groups, and being the first to know when new groups are released and dates announced, subscribe to our groups mailing list.

Below you’ll find out more about some of our popular groups.

Lego Therapy group Social Skills group Prep for Prep
Children Studying A Drawing And Playing
Boy Playing With Colorful Legos

Lego Therapy Group

A fun group using Lego as a therapy tool to increase motivation and encourage children to participate and interact with peers. Children within the group are coached and supported by a Speech Pathologist and Occupational Therapist to improve effective social communication and collaboration, and to improve skills such as joint attention, conflict resolution, sharing, turn taking, eye-contact and verbal and nonverbal communication.

What skills will children work on?

  • Cooperative play
  • Social communication skills
  • Working collaboratively and sharing ideas
  • Fine motor skills
  • Planning and organization
  • Following directions
  • Emotional regulation
  • Problem solving
  • Building friendships
  • Children aged 8-10 years
  • Children with basic communication skills such as giving and understanding simple directions and basic awareness of turn taking
  • Those with a developing ability to sit and attend to tabletop activities for short periods of time

Interested in a Lego Therapy group for your child?

Register your interest here to get updates on this group.

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Kids Talking And Playing With Adaptability Therapist

Social Skills Group

Holiday Hangout is a social skills group for children aged 5-8 years. Run by a Speech Pathologist and Occupational Therapist, children are supported to work on their social skill development while planning and creating crafts, playing games and building friendships with peers.

What skills will children work on?

  • Cooperative play
  • Social communication skills
  • Working collaboratively and sharing ideas
  • Fine motor skills
  • Planning and organization
  • Following directions
  • Emotional regulation
  • Problem solving
  • Building friendships
  • Children aged 5-8 years
  • Children with basic communication skills such as giving and understanding simple directions and basic awareness of turn taking
  • Those with a developing ability to sit and attend to tabletop activities for short periods of time

Interested in the Social Skills group for your child?

Register your interest here to get updates on this group.

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School Children Improving The Language, Social Skills

Prep for Prep

Is your child about to begin school? Come along to our school readiness group! This group focuses on improving the language, social skills, self-care skills, fine and gross motor skills and attention skills needed in the classroom environment.

Children are supported by an occupational therapist and speech therapist while participating in different group activities, meeting others and having fun!

What skills will children work on?

  • Cooperative play
  • Social communication skills
  • Fine motor skills
  • Planning and organization
  • Familiarity with routines
  • Following directions
  • Emotional regulation
  • Problem solving
  • Building friendships
  • Task attention
  • Children aged 8-10 years
  • Children with basic communication skills such as giving and understanding simple directions and basic awareness of turn taking
  • Those with a developing ability to sit and attend to tabletop activities for short periods of time

Interested in our Prep for Prep group for your child?

Register your interest here to get updates on this group.

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