Cooee Speech Pathology holiday group programs
School holiday programs with our Brisbane north child speech pathologists and paediatric occupational therapists
Each school holidays Cooee Speech Pathology absolutely ramps up the fun in Geebung! We create group programs relevant to the needs of the children that are attending the clinic at the time. We also love meeting new children in our holiday groups!
Why are groups useful? Well, because we have seen over time that kids love to learn in a team. Our child speech pathology and occupational therapy groups build confidence and allow children the opportunity to work on areas of difficulty in a supportive and encouraging format.
Our popular group speech pathology and occupational therapy for kids programs include:
Phonological Awareness Skills (Age 4-5 )
This *new* group is targeting the vital pre-literacy skills needed for children to learn to read and sound out words. Best attended in the year prior to starting formal schooling as preparation.
Fine Motor and Expressive Language (Ages 4-7)
Our most popular group! Led by our paediatric occupational therapist, this group targets handwriting skills, with the added fun of working on telling personal life stories and events.
Reading Comprehension and Writing Confidence (Grades 3+)
This is our longest-running group series, with many clients choosing to attend each school holidays to continue to provide that ‘extra’ boost some children need with understanding and expression with the written word. We target reading comprehension strategies and tackle writing by genre.
*NEW* Speech, Language and Drama Workshops (Ages 6-8)
Using creative story-telling as a beautiful platform for expressive language, children will work together to create, rehearse and perform a play based on common fairy tale themes!
Can’t find the group to suit your child’s needs? Call us today and we will design a group for you! We also offer parent workshops run by our Brisbane north child speech pathologists and occupational therapist, aimed at helping parents support their children’s development.