Get your bike ready to ride!

Make sure your bike is safe and ready to go before your bike riding physiotherapy

1. Does your helmet fit? 

Your helmet should fit snuggly, and not move when you shake your head!

Here's some tips: 

2. Is your bike safe and working? 

A check the t...

December 14, 2015

Here's some tips I've discovered for accessing the water around Melbourne this summer.

1. Accessible beaches

Altona and Williamstown beaches are trialling accessible points at their beaches this summer.

Rubber matting will be laid out along the sand. The trial will be ma...

May 31, 2015

Supportive equipment helps us participate

Every minute spent in therapy, education, equipment prescription or service coordination is aimed at helping your child participate in their daily lives. 

When chosen well, supportive equipment will do just that. 

It's all about t...

May 23, 2015

Global Accessibility Awareness Day #GAAD

Global Accessibility Awareness Daywas May 21st. It aims to "get people talking, thinking and learning about digital (web, software, mobile, etc.) accessibility and users with different disabilities".

Here's a little round up of so...

Baby walkers continue to be sold in toy shops and used in child care centres. However I strongly discourage their use, as does the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne and the Australian Physiotherapy Association. In fact, sale and ownership of baby walkers has been...

From swim nappies to sunsuits, bathers and wetsuits, swimming caps, headbands and clips, earplugs and goggles... We've got advice about all of these tricky questions to help you out :-)

What should my child wear to aquatic physiotherapy sessions? 

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