Muddy Puddles is a registered NDIS provider.
Talk to us about your funding options and to find out if you are eligible for subsidies.
Refer to our Fee Schedule for information on the cost of our group programs.
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Songbirds

Music therapy group

When: Mondays 10.30am - 11.15am

Where: Online via Zoom

Who: 0-4 year olds and parents/carers

Commencing: Term 4 2021

Songbirds is a program for families with children 0-3 yrs and provides an introduction to the use of music to support child development and enhance the parent-child relationship. Songs, musical games and dances are used to demonstrate how music can be an effective intervention for developing social and communication skills, fine and gross motor skills and self regulation

Priority areas:

  1. Social skills, e.g. turn-taking, waiting

  2. Expressive communication

  3. Impulse control

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Jump-in

Early intervention group

When: Mondays or Tuesdays 11.00am - 11.30am

Where: Online via Zoom

Who: 3-5 year olds

Commencing: Term 4 2021

Jump In is an early intervention group for children aged 3-5 years with a developmental delay or disability. Our team of skilled early childhood educators and early intervention therapists support your child's learning and development through a play based program, in a safe, fun and nurturing environment.

Priority areas:

  • Playing with peers

  • Focusing on group task

  • Following instructions

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Vibes

Music therapy

When: Wednesdays at 3.30pm 

Where: Online via Zoom

Who: 5-8 years old (Kinder - Year 2)

Commencing: Term 4 2021

Vibes 8-week program supports clients to develop the skills necessary to regulate, interact and express themselves through music and the creative arts. 

Priority areas:

  1. Self-regulation

  2. Social skills

  3. Attention

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Snapshot

Dramatherapy

When: Mondays at 3.15pm (primary age) Mondays at 4.30pm (teens)

Where: Online via Zoom

Who: Primary age and teens

Commencing: Term 4 2021

Dramatherapy group programs use drama games, role plays, puppetry, story-telling and film making to help young people learn how to communicate and read social cues, whilst increasing self-confidence, self-awareness and building social skills.

Priority areas:

  1. Social skills

  2. Zones of regulation

  3. Self esteem

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Youth Advocacy Group (YAG)

Skill building group

When: Mondays at 11.30am

Where: Online via Zoom

Who: Young people 16-24 years

Commencing: Term 4 2021

This group is all about self-advocacy and advisory skills, giving young people with disability the opportunity to learn how to speak up and have their say on what matters to them.

By joining this group, you will learn how to advocate for your rights and the right

Priority areas:

  1. Coping skills

  2. Job readiness skills

  3. Life skills