who are we?
Aspire Allied Health & Home Modifications was started to help people – children, teens and adults – to overcome learning or behaviuoral issues and achieve their true potential. Our fully qualified team here at Aspire Allied Health are dedicated to positively changing the lives of their clients.
Aspire Allied Health strives for the overall well being of your child. We promote adequate and early intervention and work to establish a solid physical and emotional foundation so that your child can experience success in every aspect of their life –academically, socially, emotionally and behaviourally.
We are passionate about enhancing the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities. Since 2008, our Allied Health team have been working hard to positively change the lives of our clients, help them overcome obstacles to get to their goals quickly, safely and effectively.
Mobile therapy service
What makes us so unique? We come to you and we work around your needs. We can come to any location that is best suited to you, to make you feel more comfortable.
"‘Occupation’ here means the activities that your child has to do, is expected to do and wants to do. Occupational Therapy teaches children how to achieve these kinds of tasks, such as dressing themselves, learning to write and coping with social situations."
Secret Agent Society
Secret Agent Society is an evidence-based, fun and interactive, multimedia program for children aged 8-12 years. The Secret Agent Society Small Group Program (SAS-SG) helps children crack the code of emotions and friendships. Junior Detectives graduate from SAS equipped with the skills to feel happier, calmer and braver while making and maintaining friendships.
The program involves child club meetings, parent group sessions, teacher tip sheets and a computer game! The program runs for 9 weeks with 2 follow up meetings at 3 and 6 months post completion of the program.
Children are placed in small groups of 3-6 children and through their weekly club meetings and practice between sessions (“missions”), they learn how to:
· Recognise emotions in themselves and others.
· Express their feelings in appropriate ways.
· Cope with feelings of anger and anxiety.
· Understanding levels of friendship
· Communicate and play with others.
· Cope with team-work, games and ‘losing’
· Build and maintain friendships.
· Cope with mistakes, transitions and other challenges.
· Solve social problems.
· Detect the different between accidents, jokes and nasty deeds
· Detect and understanding bullying
· Prevent and manage bullying and teasing.
· Acknowledging personal strengths and goals
Contact Aspire to find out more about the Secret Agent Society Small Group Program!
Get in touch
402/1 Como Crescent, Southport QLD 4215
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
My son Ben has been a client of Wa-Eeda Ely’s for the past 2 years. Ben’s school recommended Wa-Eeda and we could not have chosen better. I would highly encourage other parents to speak to Wa-Eeda if you have Occupational Therapy concerns for your child. Ben has improved significantly in a variety of areas since our first visit and I’m sure he will continue to do so with Wa-Eeda’s assistance.
— Suzy Tyler