Intensive Therapy Programs for the School Holidays

Our small group intensive-therapy programs are held during school holidays. 

 

The cost of each program is dependent on the number of enrolments we receive. Final costs will be communicated prior to the program. Costs not covered by the NDIS, such as equipment hire and lessons, will incur a separate charge that must be paid direct to the partner organisation.

To register your child's interest in attending any of these groups during the next school holidays, please click on the links below.

Muddy Puddles is a registered NDIS provider.
Talk to us about your funding options and to find out if you are eligible for subsidies.

Mini Movers

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Date: Monday 17 January 2022

Time: 9.30am to 11.30am (morning tea provided)

Where: Muddy Puddles, Batemans Bay

Who: 4-7 year olds

Facilitator: Music Therapist Kim Edgar-Lane

This session combines elements of music and occupational therapy and will get children moving and grooving! 

Priority areas:

  • gross motor skills

  • sensory play

  • social skills

Calm and Craft

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Date: Monday 17 January 2022 (Moruya) and Tuesday 18 January 2022 (Batemans Bay)

Time: 10.00am to 12.00pm (morning tea provided)

Where: Muddy Puddles, Moruya (Monday) and Muddy Puddles Batemans Bay (Tuesday)

Who: 8 - 12 year olds

Facilitator: Educator Emma Harvey

Calm and Craft is designed to introduce a range of art and crafts to the curious creative mind. It offers an opportunity for participants to come together and socialise while working on fine motor skills. 

Priority areas:

  • try and develop new skills

  • learn self-regulating strategies when feeling stressed or anxious

  • socialise with peers in a safe and supported space

Holiday Connect

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Date: Monday 17 January 2022 (Moruya) and Tuesday 18 January 2022 (Batemans Bay)

Time: 1.30pm to 3.30pm (afternoon tea provided)

Where: Muddy Puddles, Moruya (Monday) and Muddy Puddles Batemans Bay (Tuesday)

Who: 9 - 14 year olds

Facilitator: Educator Emma Harvey

This social group is for young people to connect with others while having fun with robots and other intriguing gadgets. There may be some old fashioned materials on hand too as they work on problem solving, critical thinking and teamwork. There will be some morning tea and calming activities too. 

Priority areas:

  • having fun

  • making friends 

  • team work

Come and Try Stand up Paddleboard (SUP)

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Date: Friday 7 January 2022

Time: 2.00pm - 4.00pm

Where: Broulee 

Who: 12+ year olds

Facilitator: Broulee Surf School + Jayne Edwards and Charlie Shannon
Price: Program price (TBC) + $60 per participant for equipment hire and lesson to be paid direct to Broulee Surf School

Come and Try SUP gives you the chance to come and try Stand-up Paddle boarding. Broulee Surf School are going to teach us the fundamental skills to learn how to SUP. You will get to practice with your peers and have lots of fun.

Priority areas:

  • Physical health and wellbeing

  • New skill development

  • Social interaction with peers

Come and Surfing

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Date: Friday 14 January 2022

Time: 2.00pm - 4.00pm

Where: Broulee 

Who: 12+ year olds

Facilitator: Broulee Surf School + Jayne Edwards and Charlie Shannon
Price: Program price (TBC) + $60 per participant for equipment hire and lesson to be paid direct to Broulee Surf School

Come and Try Surfing gives you the chance to come and try surfing. Broulee Surf School are going to teach us the fundamental skills to learn how to surf in a safe and fun environment. You will get to practice with your peers and have lots of fun. 

Priority areas:

  • Physical health and wellbeing

  • New skill development

  • Social interaction with peers

Come and Kayaking

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Date: Monday 17 January 2022

Time: 8.45am to 11.00am

Where: Mossy Point boat ramp (Region X)

Who: 12+ year olds

Facilitator: Region X + Ness Shannon
Price: Program price (TBC) + $50 per participant for equipment hire and lesson to be paid direct to Region X

Come and Try Kayaking give you the chance to try kayaking on the beautiful Tomakin River. Region X are going to teach us the fundamental skills to learn how to kayak in a safe and fun environment. you will get to practice with your peers and have lots of fun. 

Priority areas:

  • Physical health and wellbeing

  • New skill development

  • Social interaction with peers