BOOK NOW: Summer Groups
Do something a litte different, in the Summer school holidays!
- 1-2.5 hour programs running across most mornings. Book in for 1 or all! We’d love to hang out with your kids these school holidays!
- For infants to adolescents and young adults! There’s something for everyone!
- The tweens and teens could learn to play the ukelele & engage in some awesome group singing in our Uke-‘n’-Sing group (over 7s) or have musical fun in our Music with Monica groups (under 7s)
- Don’t forget our specialised school readiness program, at the QPAH mini-school. More info here!
In a lively and interactive small-group environment, your child will receive the support of members of the QPAH Team and be given opportunities to reinforce the skills they are acquiring during individual therapy sessions, throughout the term.
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Providing Speech Therapy and Music Therapy to children on the Gold Coast, Queensland Paediatric Allied Health’s dedicated team of Registered Music Therapists and Speech Pathologists, recognise the varied and layered support children and families need to reach their fullest potential while being actively involved in perpetuating this by promoting health professional development through university student placements for Speech Pathology, Music Therapy and Medical Students.Learn More
Queensland Paediatric Allied Health’s foundational clinic is located, at 120 Queen St, Southport. With dedicated underground parking, complete access for disabled people, facilities and a drop-off zone at the front door, we have chosen a location with you in mind where we provide Music Therapy and Speech Pathology in clinic and throughout the wider Gold Coast community.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the land and the traditional families of the Yugambeh region of South East Queensland and their Elders past present and emerging, where Queensland Paediatric Allied Health’s foundational clinic is located, at 120 Queen St, Southport. The Yugambeh region includes families that identify as Kombumerri, Mununjali, Wangerriburra and others.