We Provide Therapy Services in Katherine
A Shoulder To Lean On
Here at Stepping Stones in Life Therapy Service, our therapists in Katherine genuinely care. Whether you’re struggling with a traumatic event, communication issues or are looking to become more independent, we will tailor our services to suit your goals. Helping children, adults and families, we aim to improve the quality of life of our clients by providing:
And more. From the initial consultation to the assessment and delivery of services, you will feel safe, comfortable and welcomed throughout the entire process.
A Passionate Therapy Team
Our therapists have experience working with a range of clients and a range of conditions. We have the tools and therapeutic models in place to help our clients overcome their issues as well as develop coping mechanisms and independence. From Giles Street to Lockhead Road and everywhere in between, our therapy team is committed to assisting Katherine locals to develop their social, communication and emotional skills.
Engaging a therapist can often be overwhelming and often knowing what assistance you need is difficult. We provide comprehensive assessments to determine the most suitable therapy plan to help you achieve your specific goals. To learn more about how we can help, give us a call on (08) 8985 6067.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Some signs that your child may have developmental delays include not being able to sit up, crawl or walk by the expected age; not being able to speak in short sentences by 18 months old; and having difficulty following simple instructions.
There is no definitive answer to this question as it varies depending on the individual child. Some speech and language therapists may work with children as young as six months old, while others may not start working with a child until they are three years old. It’s best to speak directly with a therapy provider to discuss your options.
Occupational therapy is a form of therapy that helps people to overcome difficulties that are impacting their ability to live independently. It can involve helping people to develop the skills they need for daily living, such as dressing, cooking and using the toilet. Occupational therapists also help people to adapt their environment to make it more accessible and user-friendly.
Animal therapy is a form of therapy that uses animals to help people with their mental and emotional well-being. It can involve activities such as petting, walking or grooming an animal. Animal therapy has been shown to be beneficial for people of all ages, including children, adults and the elderly.