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KIDS DEVELOPMENT
CENTRE

“Treating children with learning and developmental challenges”

Our goal is to help your child reach their full potential and improve their overall health and wellbeing.

At Kids Development Centre we use an integrated approach to helping your children to ensure the best possible outcome for your child’s health.

Our individualised comprehensive approach addresses brain, body, behaviour and balance. This ensures your child has the tools they need in order to effectively; Learn, Focus, Relate, Stay calm, Sleep soundly, Stay still, Stop worrying, Grow strong.

What We Do

We use an integrated approach to helping children ensure the best outcomes.

Brain

Brain

The first step is to ensure that your child’s brain is working optimally

Body

Body

The next step is to ensure your child’s spine is inline.

Behaviour

Behaviour

The third step is to look at behavioural patterns.

Balance

Balance

There is a well-known connection between the brain and the gut.

Free Workshop: Cutting Edge Treatment for ADHD

Learn about the different treatment options for ADHD and why some children do not respond to stimulants 

Dr Natalie Challis, QEEG Diplomate and Brain Expert will discuss; 

  • the use of QEEG guided Neurofeedback, Nutrition and nervous system support to treat ADHD;
  • different brain presentations of ADHD and why some children do not respond to stimulants

Open forum to answer your questions about ADHD with our staff:

  • Leanne Newland – Clinical Psychologist
  • Dr Alison Hay – Clinical Social Worker, Child and Family Therapist
  • Leigh Shinde - Nutritionist

Tea and Coffee will be provided and an opportunity to chat with our team at KDC after the presentation.

Thursday 30 November 2017, 6 – 7pm 
Community Centre, The Grove Library 
1 Leake St (cnr Leake St & Stirling Hway)
Peppermint Grove

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We Treat Kids With

We use an integrated approach to helping children ensure the best outcomes.

ADHD

ADHD

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a pattern of inattention or hyperactive-impulsive behaviour, or both, that interferes with how a child functions or develops.

Dyslexia

Dyslexia

Dyslexia symptoms can be difficult to recognize before your child enters school, but once your child reaches school age, your child's teacher may be first to notice a problem.

Anxiety

Anxiety

It's normal for a child to feel anxious from time to time. However, severe, ongoing anxiety that interferes with day-to-day activities may be a sign of generalized anxiety disorder.

OCD

OCD

A kid who has OCD might have obsessions and these obsessive worries just don't quit. The brain keeps repeating them instead of moving on to something else.

Autism

Autism

Autism spectrum disorder impacts how a child perceives and socializes with others, causing problems in  development, social interaction, communication and behaviour.

ODD

ODD

Signs of oppositional defiant disorder in children are usually apparent before the age eight. Behaviours may occur most with people the child knows well.

Depression

Depression

In diagnosing depression we look for key signs and symptoms in children’s behaviour. When several of the signs or symptoms occur together and are out of character.

Processing

Processing

Processing disorders like auditory & visual processing disorder, are caused by a deficiency in a person’s ability to effectively use the information gathered by the senses.

Perth Office
Suite 5, 12 Station St
Cottesloe WA 6011 
Ph: 9791 2210
Email: [email protected]

Bunbury Office
Suite 5/7 Jetty Road
Bunbury WA 6230
Ph: 9791 2210
Email: [email protected]