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Behaviour

Learning to communicate needs and wants in an appropriate way is one of the many challenges that children face.

Selfcare

Children learn to look after themselves, others, their environment and develop the underlying skills necessary to work, live and enjoy life.

Speech and Feeding

Communication is the process of being able to understand and to be understood, both verbally and nonverbally.

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Young children learn through play. By the time they reach school they will have been exposed to countless crucial concepts that provide the foundation for later learning and literacy.

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It is important to encourage your child’s interest in fine motor tasks and drawing from an early age.

Sports and Fitness

Physical activity including sport and fitness has a significant role in your child’s life, having a substantial impact on your child’s overall health and wellbeing.

Movement

Movement is a fundamental part of life and significantly contributes to a person’s health and wellbeing.

Body Posture

The position in which you hold your body and limbs when standing, sitting or lying down is referred to as your posture.

Growth and Development

At 1 Stop we recognise that each child is unique in the way that they learn to move, grow and gain skills.

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1 Stop is excited to welcome Anita Franklin to the team.

Anita has a Bachelor of Social Sciences and a Master of Social Work and is an AASW accredited social worker. She worked for 15 years in Beijing, China,where she founded a small centre working with a multi-disciplinary team providing support for children with special needs, learning, social, emotional and behavioural challenges, their families and their support networks. 

Anita has recently moved to Mount Gambier to have a better work-life balance and continue her practice. Anita is passionate about facilitatingopportunities for early intervention and healing for children experiencing emotional, psychosocial, behavioural and/or developmental difficulties using therapeutic play and creative arts. Her practice is child led, child and culturally sensitive and trauma informed. She works alongside children to explore ways to express themselves.

She specialises in working with children from three to 18, using play, daily activities, and creative arts therapeutically to
• promotesocial skills
• negotiate life transitions
• find strategies tomanage anxiety-related behaviours
• facilitaterelationship building skills
• promote emotional regulation
• work through challenging emotionsand fear of failure
• strengthen independence and resilience
• increase healthy self-esteem and self-awareness
• build effective communication skills
• develop life skills

Anita is also able to provide therapeutic support to parents and families adjusting to a disability diagnosis or feeling overwhelmed by their child’s struggles. She will be working at 1 Stop on Fridays, and is taking bookings now for sessions starting in January 2020.

1 Stop is excited to welcome Anita Franklin to the team.

Anita has a Bachelor of Social Sciences and a Master of Social Work and is an AASW accredited social worker. She worked for 15 years in Beijing, China,where she founded a small centre working with a multi-disciplinary team providing support for children with special needs, learning, social, emotional and behavioural challenges, their families and their support networks.

Anita has recently moved to Mount Gambier to have a better work-life balance and continue her practice. Anita is passionate about facilitatingopportunities for early intervention and healing for children experiencing emotional, psychosocial, behavioural and/or developmental difficulties using therapeutic play and creative arts. Her practice is child led, child and culturally sensitive and trauma informed. She works alongside children to explore ways to express themselves.

She specialises in working with children from three to 18, using play, daily activities, and creative arts therapeutically to
• promotesocial skills
• negotiate life transitions
• find strategies tomanage anxiety-related behaviours
• facilitaterelationship building skills
• promote emotional regulation
• work through challenging emotionsand fear of failure
• strengthen independence and resilience
• increase healthy self-esteem and self-awareness
• build effective communication skills
• develop life skills

Anita is also able to provide therapeutic support to parents and families adjusting to a disability diagnosis or feeling overwhelmed by their child’s struggles. She will be working at 1 Stop on Fridays, and is taking bookings now for sessions starting in January 2020.
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8th January, 2020

 

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Happy World Braille Day! ⚫️
Watch this video 📺 to learn how a French teen, Louis Braille, developed a tactile reading system to make literacy for the blind a reality.

Comment below⬇️ where you see braille in your everyday life. #WorldBrailleDay

www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyfxQ6sdaIE
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4th January, 2020

Phone lines back up. Office will be open on 2nd Jan 2020. Emergency contact number on office door if needed. Merry and safe Xmas everyone. See you all in the new year. 1 Stop staff ... See MoreSee Less

24th December, 2019

Phone lines are out of action due to building work. Will be back on line Tuesday 24th dec 2019 after lunch. Please use other media to contact us or emergency ph number on signage at office. Thankyou. ... See MoreSee Less

22nd December, 2019

1 Stop will be closed from 20th December 2019 and will reopen 2nd January 2020
Please check with Admin for each therapist's working hours for January.

The girls at 1 stop would like to wish everyone a
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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11th December, 2019

1 Stop is excited to welcome Anita Franklin to the team.

Anita has a Bachelor of Social Sciences and a Master of Social Work and is an AASW accredited social worker. She worked for 15 years in Beijing, China,where she founded a small centre working with a multi-disciplinary team providing support for children with special needs, learning, social, emotional and behavioural challenges, their families and their support networks. 

Anita has recently moved to Mount Gambier to have a better work-life balance and continue her practice. Anita is passionate about facilitatingopportunities for early intervention and healing for children experiencing emotional, psychosocial, behavioural and/or developmental difficulties using therapeutic play and creative arts. Her practice is child led, child and culturally sensitive and trauma informed. She works alongside children to explore ways to express themselves.

She specialises in working with children from three to 18, using play, daily activities, and creative arts therapeutically to
• promotesocial skills
• negotiate life transitions
• find strategies tomanage anxiety-related behaviours
• facilitaterelationship building skills
• promote emotional regulation
• work through challenging emotionsand fear of failure
• strengthen independence and resilience
• increase healthy self-esteem and self-awareness
• build effective communication skills
• develop life skills

Anita is also able to provide therapeutic support to parents and families adjusting to a disability diagnosis or feeling overwhelmed by their child’s struggles. She will be working at 1 Stop on Fridays, and is taking bookings now for sessions starting in January 2020.

1 Stop is excited to welcome Anita Franklin to the team.

Anita has a Bachelor of Social Sciences and a Master of Social Work and is an AASW accredited social worker. She worked for 15 years in Beijing, China,where she founded a small centre working with a multi-disciplinary team providing support for children with special needs, learning, social, emotional and behavioural challenges, their families and their support networks.

Anita has recently moved to Mount Gambier to have a better work-life balance and continue her practice. Anita is passionate about facilitatingopportunities for early intervention and healing for children experiencing emotional, psychosocial, behavioural and/or developmental difficulties using therapeutic play and creative arts. Her practice is child led, child and culturally sensitive and trauma informed. She works alongside children to explore ways to express themselves.

She specialises in working with children from three to 18, using play, daily activities, and creative arts therapeutically to
• promotesocial skills
• negotiate life transitions
• find strategies tomanage anxiety-related behaviours
• facilitaterelationship building skills
• promote emotional regulation
• work through challenging emotionsand fear of failure
• strengthen independence and resilience
• increase healthy self-esteem and self-awareness
• build effective communication skills
• develop life skills

Anita is also able to provide therapeutic support to parents and families adjusting to a disability diagnosis or feeling overwhelmed by their child’s struggles. She will be working at 1 Stop on Fridays, and is taking bookings now for sessions starting in January 2020.
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8th January, 2020

 

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Wonderful news 😊

Video image

Happy World Braille Day! ⚫️
Watch this video 📺 to learn how a French teen, Louis Braille, developed a tactile reading system to make literacy for the blind a reality.

Comment below⬇️ where you see braille in your everyday life. #WorldBrailleDay

www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyfxQ6sdaIE
... See MoreSee Less

4th January, 2020

Phone lines back up. Office will be open on 2nd Jan 2020. Emergency contact number on office door if needed. Merry and safe Xmas everyone. See you all in the new year. 1 Stop staff ... See MoreSee Less

24th December, 2019

Phone lines are out of action due to building work. Will be back on line Tuesday 24th dec 2019 after lunch. Please use other media to contact us or emergency ph number on signage at office. Thankyou. ... See MoreSee Less

22nd December, 2019

1 Stop will be closed from 20th December 2019 and will reopen 2nd January 2020
Please check with Admin for each therapist's working hours for January.

The girls at 1 stop would like to wish everyone a
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
... See MoreSee Less

11th December, 2019

1 Stop is excited to welcome Anita Franklin to the team.

Anita has a Bachelor of Social Sciences and a Master of Social Work and is an AASW accredited social worker. She worked for 15 years in Beijing, China,where she founded a small centre working with a multi-disciplinary team providing support for children with special needs, learning, social, emotional and behavioural challenges, their families and their support networks. 

Anita has recently moved to Mount Gambier to have a better work-life balance and continue her practice. Anita is passionate about facilitatingopportunities for early intervention and healing for children experiencing emotional, psychosocial, behavioural and/or developmental difficulties using therapeutic play and creative arts. Her practice is child led, child and culturally sensitive and trauma informed. She works alongside children to explore ways to express themselves.

She specialises in working with children from three to 18, using play, daily activities, and creative arts therapeutically to
• promotesocial skills
• negotiate life transitions
• find strategies tomanage anxiety-related behaviours
• facilitaterelationship building skills
• promote emotional regulation
• work through challenging emotionsand fear of failure
• strengthen independence and resilience
• increase healthy self-esteem and self-awareness
• build effective communication skills
• develop life skills

Anita is also able to provide therapeutic support to parents and families adjusting to a disability diagnosis or feeling overwhelmed by their child’s struggles. She will be working at 1 Stop on Fridays, and is taking bookings now for sessions starting in January 2020.

1 Stop is excited to welcome Anita Franklin to the team.

Anita has a Bachelor of Social Sciences and a Master of Social Work and is an AASW accredited social worker. She worked for 15 years in Beijing, China,where she founded a small centre working with a multi-disciplinary team providing support for children with special needs, learning, social, emotional and behavioural challenges, their families and their support networks.

Anita has recently moved to Mount Gambier to have a better work-life balance and continue her practice. Anita is passionate about facilitatingopportunities for early intervention and healing for children experiencing emotional, psychosocial, behavioural and/or developmental difficulties using therapeutic play and creative arts. Her practice is child led, child and culturally sensitive and trauma informed. She works alongside children to explore ways to express themselves.

She specialises in working with children from three to 18, using play, daily activities, and creative arts therapeutically to
• promotesocial skills
• negotiate life transitions
• find strategies tomanage anxiety-related behaviours
• facilitaterelationship building skills
• promote emotional regulation
• work through challenging emotionsand fear of failure
• strengthen independence and resilience
• increase healthy self-esteem and self-awareness
• build effective communication skills
• develop life skills

Anita is also able to provide therapeutic support to parents and families adjusting to a disability diagnosis or feeling overwhelmed by their child’s struggles. She will be working at 1 Stop on Fridays, and is taking bookings now for sessions starting in January 2020.
... See MoreSee Less

8th January, 2020

 

Comment on Facebook

Wonderful news 😊

Video image

Happy World Braille Day! ⚫️
Watch this video 📺 to learn how a French teen, Louis Braille, developed a tactile reading system to make literacy for the blind a reality.

Comment below⬇️ where you see braille in your everyday life. #WorldBrailleDay

www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyfxQ6sdaIE
... See MoreSee Less

4th January, 2020

Phone lines back up. Office will be open on 2nd Jan 2020. Emergency contact number on office door if needed. Merry and safe Xmas everyone. See you all in the new year. 1 Stop staff ... See MoreSee Less

24th December, 2019

Phone lines are out of action due to building work. Will be back on line Tuesday 24th dec 2019 after lunch. Please use other media to contact us or emergency ph number on signage at office. Thankyou. ... See MoreSee Less

22nd December, 2019

1 Stop will be closed from 20th December 2019 and will reopen 2nd January 2020
Please check with Admin for each therapist's working hours for January.

The girls at 1 stop would like to wish everyone a
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
... See MoreSee Less

11th December, 2019

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