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Your Child

Support for Children with Learning Difficulties and Challenges

We understand the challenges that children with delayed learning, communication, social, and neurological skills face. We appreciate how complicated their world can be, especially when expressing their feelings and needs is not always possible. SeeChange is here to offer care, support, and training, which can improve social, communication, and learning skills, to connect children to their families, peers, and community.

Early Start Denver Model (ESDM)

Ideal for children aged 1 to 6 years old, this child-led support utilises play to motivate natural learning, which supports improved language, social, and cognitive skills.

Occupational Therapy

Aimed at advancing the capacity of children, OT sessions are designed to encourage them to complete daily tasks independently and capacity to complete everyday tasks.


Psychology provides a space to be heard, to develop a greater understanding of oneself and the symptoms they are experiencing, and to learn tools to manage challenging thoughts, feelings, and behaviours that come with the stressors of childhood.

Support Where You Need It

In Home

Practitioners will visit your child at home for more personalised and convenient one-on-one sessions.

In Community,  School or Day-Care

Our community-based sessions involve supporting the individual within everyday routines and social situations.

In Clinic

You can also choose to visit us in our clinic where your child meets their practitioner for a one-on-one session.

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The rewards and unique challenges that come with neurodiversity shape relationships for our clients with their family, friends, and members of the community. We empathise with families and understand the frustration and feelings of isolation that can come with caring for a child with additional needs. We believe it is a shared responsibility to create environments where neurodivergent children can flourish. This begins with fostering authentic relationships with a child’s support network and ensuring that relationships are underpinned by understanding, empowerment, and acceptance. SeeChange aims to collaborate with families and connect with other services to create a new way of being in our community where everyone is truly valued.