What We Offer

Western Kids Health offers expert, holistic care to children who require Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Psychological and Dietetic services.
Our Physiotherapists are movement experts for babies, children and adolescents. They have significant knowledge in gross motor development and understand the interaction of bio-mechanics, growth, development and function.
Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapy uses a variety of strategies to help people engage in meaningful life occupations. Our OTs facilitate development, increase independence, enhance skills and promote participation in your child's day to day activities.
Counselling and clinical intervention, with the understanding every child and family is unique
Our Dietitian understands how children’s bodies work and how the food and drinks consumed help to nourish both healthy individuals and those with medical conditions.
Speech Pathology
Swallowing, speaking, understanding language, reading, writing, social skills, stuttering and using voice
Yoga has many benefits for children and teenagers. Research points to its many health benefits, including increased strength and flexibility, mental peace and reduced stress.
Western Kids Health is not a registered NDIS provider. Please scroll to the bottom of this page for more information


Western Kids Health offers expert, holistic care to children who require Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Psychological and Dietetic services, along with Yoga, Art and Hydrotherapy classes.

Our service is designed to optimise the benefit to your child; appointment times are longer, we include siblings and family members and our therapists tailor treatment to your child’s physical, emotional and cognitive development. Head to each services page to see the types of appointments and programs we offer.


Our therapists are committed to continuing professional development which enables them to assist with a wide range of paediatric conditions. A consultation with one of our therapists consists of an individually tailored assessment, treatment strategies to address your child’s needs, along with a written or mobile app program to take home.

Individual Services

1. Clinic visit
  • with one health professional
  • with two health professionals, i.e. Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy or Psychology and Physiotherapy
3. School / Community visit
  • please note an in-clinic assessment may be required prior to virtual consults
5. Motor Milestone Check Up 0-18 months (Physiotherapy only)

Every child will receive a formal assessment during the initial 1-2 visits with each needed discipline. You may only need to see one type of health professional or you may need assistance from a few. Initial assessments take about an hour. Please bring any test or investigation results to your child’s appointment. If attending a physiotherapy appointment, wearing loose, comfortable clothing is also advised.

Following the assessment, results will be provided and a treatment plan will be designed to meet the individual needs of the child and his or her family. Assessment and treatment are based on evidence-based practice. The needs of your child and appropriate treatment are established together between the treating therapist and yourself. Treatments will vary from direct therapy blocks to consultations and home program suggestions.

NDIS Services

Western Kids Health is not a registered NDIS provider. We can provide support to plan managed and self managed NDIS participants who wish to access our services, within our scope of practice. Please see our individual services for our usual scope of practice. If you have a condition that is not mentioned on our website please contact our Corporate Relationship Manager (details below) to discuss suitability.   Every child & family seen at Western Kids Health is important to us, and we endeavour to provide the highest quality of care. For patients accessing NDIS funding, this entails additional assessment and reporting. Please be aware there may be a waitlist to access services.

What we can provide:

  • Initial needs assessments
  • Home assessments (we do not have capacity to provide ongoing home therapy sessions)
  • Clinic based therapy programs
  • Take away home or community therapy programs (therapist not in attendance)
  • Clinic based group therapy programs
  • School intervention (waitlists may apply)
  • Plan recommended assessments and reports

At this time we are not able to provide supporting assessments for initial NDIS applications.

Please contact our Corporate Relationship Manager to discuss if our services can provide the care your child needs and our current waitlist at [email protected]

To inquire about our service fees please email or telephone us. If you are booking an appointment with more than one therapy, each service will be charged individually.