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Movement & Music • NDIS
Monday 16 January @ 9:30 am – Thursday 19 January @ 10:30 am AEDT
Use movement and music to facilitate the development of gross motor and fine motor skills
Develop your child’s motor and social skills and build family networks.
Facilitated by an experienced Occupational Therapist and an Early Childhood Educator/Behavioral Consultant, this fun and structured program uses songs and musical activities to develop the following skills:
- Individual motor skills, such as hand control, motor planning, balance and coordination
- Fine motor skills
- Social skills, including turn-taking, waiting, choice-making and communication
- Problem-solving and independence
- Potential in making friends, initiating conversation, turn-taking and managing emotions
This program is for
Children with disability, developmental delay or neurodivergence aged 3-5 years old.
4x sessions over 4 consecutive days
From Monday, 16 January to Thursday, 19 January; 9.30am to 10.30am AEST/Sydney time
Each session comprises approximately 45 minutes of activities with children and 15 minutes with parents and carers to discuss goals and feedback.
Parents must stay on-site during each session and are expected to encourage their children’s participation during the group.
by Sunday 8 January.
To ensure the group’s success we require 48 hours’ notice of cancellation so we can offer spaces to waiting families.
Groups are subject to cancellation due to low RSVP.
If this program is full, please feel free to join our waitlist. A staff member will contact you if a place becomes available.
Total cost $582
Children are expected to attend all four sessions. Full payment is required, and any missed sessions cannot be refunded. Cancellation as per the service agreement.
The cost of the program can be covered using:
– NDIS funding
– Private Payment
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Once you have registered, you will be contacted by our friendly staff member closer to the date to confirm your registration, answer your queries and explain the next step with onboarding for the program. If you can no longer attend, please email Adrianne at email@example.com
See our COVID-19 procedures while visiting Plumtree.
This group is held indoors so that it will go ahead no matter the weather.
For more information, feel free to email Eram firstname.lastname@example.org
We recommend families attend only 1 course at a time to focus on the learning outcomes.
Plumtree is a not-for-profit, community-based organisation that helps families thrive.
Trusted for over 30 years, we provide therapies and support for children aged birth to 8 years with a disability or developmental delay and their families. Our free online and centre-based playgroups and parent educational programs support all families. At Plumtree Preschool, children of all abilities and cultural backgrounds learn together and begin to understand the value of inclusive communities.
Plumtree’s passionate, culturally diverse team of specialists work from the heart in a caring environment where families feel respected and informed.