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Date registered: January 18, 2015

Latest posts

  1. New Year 2020 Blog — February 5, 2020
  2. Mid Year Blog — June 25, 2019
  3. April 2019 Update — April 22, 2019
  4. Melbourne Disability Expo November 2018 — November 18, 2018
  5. End of Year Round up — October 27, 2018

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Feb 05

New Year 2020 Blog

Welcome to 2020.  A new decade is upon us. This year had started earlier than usual as we opened after the first week of January.  The practice was closed for just 2 weeks and its been busy, busy busy ever since. STAFF Paediatric Physiotherapy Centre has a grown due to community demand. I have employed …

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Jun 25

Mid Year Blog

This year has rolled along at great speed.  When new things happen on a daily basis the year seems to fly by. There are new changes at Paediatric Physiotherapy Centre and I will also explain the implementation of the new restraint Law and the changes to the NDIS prices from 1st July New staff Our …

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Apr 22

April 2019 Update

2019 has started off with a bang for us at PAEDIATRIC PHYSIOTHERAPY CENTRE Many new changes have occurred and are all likely to be due to the NDIS being rolled out slowly but surely in our North West region. STAFF As a result paediatric Physiotherapy Centre has 3 new staff Alice Farrell Physiotherapist Alice is …

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Nov 18

Melbourne Disability Expo November 2018

How lucky am I to go to an expo and have a great time finding out about so many services available for people with a disability. The day was very informative and I will explain the relevant information and leave the corresponding hard copy information in a folder in the waiting area. 1/. Software to …

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Oct 27

End of Year Round up

We now have additional services at Tasma House Occupational Therapist As of the 19th November Lisa de Vaux Occupational Therapist from DOTS OT will be working from Tasma House. Lisa is an experienced OT and will be joining us on Mondays ph 0452 573 687 Disability Employment Officer As of this week on the 31st …

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Jun 13

Update and News at Paediatric Physiotherapy Centre

Hi There. It has been a busy 6 months this year. Students We will continue to offer work experience placements for students of local schools.  We will have Katheryn starting on the 25th June from Buckley Park College and then Aziza will return in the September school holidays. We continue to have many requests from …

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May 07

Update on News at Paediatric Physiotherapy Centre

Firstly, I have to say that the new practice rooms have been great to work in and we get glowing comments from lots and lots of clients, both new and old.  The concept of the new building was to ensure you and your children have the comfort of lovely surroundings when participating in therapy.  Everyone loves and appreciates the …

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Mar 13

phone apps

Paediatric Physiotherapy Centre has 3 relevant apps for your children.  They are designed for mobile phones and can be accessed via the Play Store and App Store. Below is a run down on the apps available. “Baby’s Motor Milestones” explains the average milestones expected for children up to the age of 18 months old.  This …

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Feb 12

Work Experience and Physiotherapy Students

Many behind the scenes activities occur at Pediatric Physiotherapy Centre, one being many request for student placements, either in secondary college, university or qualified physiotherapists wanting to observe our work. Recently we had Jen, who is a 3rd year Doctor of Physiotherapy student at Melbourne University. Jen was on placement at Royal Melbourne Hospital and …

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Aug 29

New Practice update

The practice is moving along well. The painter has started and all cabinets just about in. Once the painting has been completed, carpets and tiles will be installed. The ramps to the front and back entrance have been done and the automatic entrance doors are to be completed this week. The stairs to the first …

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