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This is Amelia. Amelia is a proud graduate of our Social Skills Group which is facilitated by our fabulous speech pathologists and handsome animal therapy assistant, Basil (pictured next to Amelia). Congratulations Amelia!
To find out more about our Social Skills Group or other paediatric therapy groups we have to help children fine tune important language, motor and communication skills; prepare for school and more - give our allied health team a call on 5155 8300 #yourhealthourcommitment #since1975 ... See MoreSee Less
100 STARS DONE! We're half way to our target thanks to the brilliant ribbon weaving skills of team GLCH. Well done team...
We're making stars for 1 Million Stars to End Violence - an international weaving project creating beautiful stars as symbols of light, courage and solidarity to end all forms of violence, including violence against women, bullying and racism. The stars our staff weave during their breaks will go towards the 10,000 stars that the East Gippsland Shire Council have pledged towards the 1 Million Stars that will be displayed at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games next year.
Pictured below are staff getting their weave on at our Bairnsdale site. Nice work as always guys #1millionstarsproject #endviolencenow ... See MoreSee Less
HAVE WE FOUND THE NEXT KANDINSKY, POLLOCK AND MONDRIAN? If you missed the Rotary Art Show on the recent long weekend, you would have missed the incredible masterpieces created by our awesome four-year-old kinder children! The paintings reflect nature and the local environment and what they have seen on their weekly Coastal Kinder excursions.
Coastal Kinder promotes ecological sustainability and provides opportunities for children to discover and explore their environment. It aims to connect children to their world by getting involved in practical experiences, and in this case, their unique and special back yard. Each term we explore several different coastal elements including (but not limited to) our local waterways, beaches and tides; land animals and marine life; and weather patterns and events.
For further information about our four-year-old kindergarten program, day-care or vacation care please contact us on 5155 3946 or email firstname.lastname@example.org #fouryearoldkinder #painting #abstractart #futureartists ... See MoreSee Less