Aquatic and land physiotherapy for babies, children & young people
Blog, news & resources
December 5, 2016
We are planning our sessions, staffing, pool bookings and visiting hours for term 1 2017.
It's nearly the end of this year!
We would like to finalise your bookings before you go off to enjoy a well earned break!
We close at the end of term 4, with last sessions being on...
March 9, 2016
I know many of your were dissappointed we were unable to run any intensives over summer while I was away on the research project. But...
Physiotherapy intensives are back for these school holidays!
Monday 4th April - Thursday 7th April
We will be seeing children in the w...
January 15, 2016
We are eager to form an encouraging and cooperative team to support the wonderful families we work with to achieve their goals.
Psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists and physiotherapists have important roles to play in facilitating a child's...
November 13, 2015
There is new evidence about the need to keep ears dry for children who have grommets inserted.
What are grommets?
"Grommets" are middle ear ventilation tubes inserted surgically into a child's middle ear to allow fresh air in. They are known by a number of names (e...
June 25, 2015
We help babies and children to learn day to day functional activities so they can participate in life at home, school, and in the community.
Participation is the focus of everything we do here at Splash Physitotherapy.
When teaching, I often give this example:
June 17, 2015
I'm honoured to be presenting a joint lecture for the Australian Physiotherapy Associations's two national groups, Paediatrics and Aquatics, again this year.
Inclusion and participation
I'll be speaking about the ways in which physiotherapists and swimming teachers can...
June 12, 2015
We're excited to be doing physiotherapy intensives again this school holidays.
From Monday 29th June to Friday 3rd July, we will be seeing children in the water as well as at home and in your favourite playgrounds.
Aquatic physiotherapy ("hydrotherapy") in Melbourne
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
The new #schoolmate app helps parents stay in touch with their children's education
The app is made for families of children in Victorian schools. The Department's website says it will:
describe what students from Prep to Year 10 are learning, according to the Victor...
May 20, 2015
Nutrition Australia has updated the Heathy Eating Pyramid for the first time in 15 years.
If you're like me, you will have grown up with cereals and grains filling up the base of a pyramid.
The new version prioritises vegetables and fruit. They've also shown more nut...
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awareness/ celebration/ action day
first person advocacy
learn to ride a bike
learn to sit
learn to swim
learn to walk
specific learning needs
table top activity
world cp day
NDIS planning inquiry interim report released
December 5, 2019
Teaching in aquatic physiotherapy
November 19, 2019
Disability related health supports
October 26, 2019
Core supports for physio
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Medicare physiotherapy item price rise
July 2, 2019
New funding for children waiting to access the NDIS
New NDIS price guide & policies
Outcome measures in bike riding physio
June 29, 2019
Aquatics & disability professional development
May 23, 2019