Therapy Focus celebrates 20 yearsAugust 2nd, 2018
On Friday 20 July, 500 guests including Therapy Focus staff, alumni and special guests celebrated the organisation’s 20th Anniversary with a Gala Dinner at Crown Towers.
NDIS helps Hau achieve more independenceJuly 13th, 2018
Prior to accessing supports through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), 16 year-old Hau Le struggled to verbalise how he felt and what he wanted, which affected everyday tasks like ordering food or catching a bus.
GIVE helps Zaki go for a stroll with his broJuly 10th, 2018
2-year-old Zakariya Hashi is now able to go for walks in comfort with his new baby brother thanks to a grant from Therapy Focus’ GIVE Program.
Karratha, let’s talk about continenceJune 4th, 2018
Therapy Focus’ specialist continence team PEBBLES is providing invaluable support to the local community in Karratha and the wider West Pilbara region, since expansion of services in early 2018.
Specialist support for Darcy’s dietary needsMay 14th, 2018
Eating and mealtimes were always a battle at home for 8-year-old Darcy, and the ongoing issues related to eating led his mother to seek help from the MEAHLS team at Therapy Focus.
Layla gets on track to healthy eatingMay 7th, 2018
Due to her sensory issues surrounding food, eating was often a struggle for 8-year-old Layla Bonser. Her family were desperate to find answers to best support her, and engaged in services with the MEAHLS team at Therapy Focus.
Harry learns how to enjoy mealtimeMay 1st, 2018
Harry Padmanabhan is 2.5 years old and he is learning how to eat with the help of Therapy Focus and the dedicated MEAHLS team.
New NDIS therapy pricing limits outcomesApril 16th, 2018
Therapy Focus has condemned a recommendation made for the pricing of therapy services in an Independent Pricing Review Report endorsed by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), saying it will lead to poorer outcomes for people living with disability.
Sweet experience for girls with autismApril 11th, 2018
On Friday 5 April, the same day the United Nations met to discuss the importance of empowering women and girls with autism, the Margaret River Chocolate Company opened its doors to a group of young girls with autism, offering them a lesson in chocolate making.
‘Coding club’ harnesses unique talents of youth with autismApril 3rd, 2018
Therapy Focus Occupational Therapist Kahlia Wingfield is working with Curtin University’s Autism Academy for Software Quality Assurance (AASQA) to help young people on the Autism spectrum find employment in the area of software testing.