The Movement Project

We value getting kids moving and participating in sports and recreational activities that improve physical, social and emotional wellbeing. Grace Children’s Therapy can assist with evaluating and transitioning your child or adolescent into a sport or recreational program that is of interest to them and can provide the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and wellbeing associated with active participation.  We are continually building networks in our community to locate opportunities for our clients to engage and develop their skills as well as, meet their physical and emotional needs.

Your body, your goals, but healthy is important for everyone.

Bridging the gap between disability and participation is where the role of occupational therapy sits. As occupational therapists, our goal is to evaluate what’s important and meaningful to you, identifying your individual needs and working on a plan to facilitate your progress towards your goal.  At Grace Children’s Therapy our framework continues to be based on the SCERTS model and we give careful consideration to all the skills and supports required to help achieve functional, meaningful participation. The SCERTS model is a framework we apply across our intervention planning as we evaluate and facilitate Social Communication, Emotional Regulation and Transactional Supports (equipment & resources) to work towards meeting functional goals.

First Steps to Participation

Referral and evaluation – exploring an individual’s day to day participation for the purpose of intervention planning and measuring outcomes. The evaluation phase is designed to identify current level of participation and enjoyment and preferences for activities.

Your occupational therapist will assist with developing goals and a plan moving forward and will assist with identifying options and facilitate community connections. As we value and appreciate each person is unique, intervention planning is individual. Having your occupational therapist support and facilitate community connections will improve the connection, discovery and on boarding process.

The Movement Project Programs

Grace Children’s Therapy offers a range of services and programs at varying times and some sports and recreational activities are seasonal and scheduled based on community interest. If you are interested in your child or adolescent becoming more active or have health and fitness goals, contact our office to express your interest or subscribe to receive our updates. Some of our programs may include the following;

  • Small group basic physical activity within the context of a social participation framework.
  • Personal Training/ weight resistance (gym-based or outdoor training options)
  • Frame running programs
  • Community sport facilitation

Getting Started is Easy


Free 20 Min Chat

Contact our team to discuss your child’s individual needs and to enquire about our services.

Book Appointment

Our intake team are ready to answer your questions and book your assessment. They’ll provide you with all information to make the process easy.

1st Session!

Your therapist will assist in identifying areas they can help your child and will focus on fostering a fun and engaging session.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are we registered with NDIS?

Grace Children’s Therapy have been registered providers since its inception in the Sydney region and approved as Registered Providers under the following registration groups.

  • Early childhood
  • Community Participation
  • Exercise Physiology & Personal Training
  • Therapeutic Supports

Do we offer community and home visits?

Yes, Grace Children’s Therapy extends its services across various settings, including preschools, schools, homes, and the local community. Additionally, we operate a dedicated Community Action Program, which focuses on conducting community-based visits to assist young children and teenagers in achieving their goals within home or community environments.

Do you offer Telehealth Services?

Yes, we do offer Telehealth Services. Our Telehealth platforms enables us to provide online occupational therapy and feeding therapy sessions, ensuring continued support and care for our clients remotely or during times where you may not be able to attend your session in the centre. This option allows for flexibility and accessibility to services ensuring that our services are accessible to individuals in various locations and may live remotely.

Are we open during school holidays?

Yes, it’s business as usual at Grace Children’s Therapy. All therapy sessions continue through the school holidays with the exception of our Christmas and New Year shutdown period which is normally communicated well ahead of time.