Unit 4-6, 31 Archer St Carlisle WA 6101
ph. 08 6109 2938
We are a Telethon beneficiary, Not for Profit charitable organisation located in Perth, Western Australia, that provides intensive therapy, multi-disciplinary evidence based rehabilitation programs for children and young adults with neurological conditions and injuries to improve quality of life and meaningful participation. The Healthy Strides Foundation is an ACNC registered not-for-profit health promotions charity with tax deductible gift status.
STRIDE, ACTIVATE, REACH and KINDY MOVES follow the therapy 3-6-9 philosophy. 3 times per week, for a 6 week duration, following the 9 principles of neuroplasticity. We specialise in Intensive Therapy services - research backed and evidence based services only!
Real Research | Real Evidence | Real Results
This award is given to outstanding evidence based clinical innovation and education promotion and teamwork within an Allied Health private practice for the Australian paediatric population and their families.
We have been privileged to hold this award since 2019 and pride ourselves on offering a service based wholly on excellence, the latest research and the most up-to-date evidence (June '21).
We are proud to have been a Telethon beneficiary since 2018. We are indebted to the generosity of the WA public and Telethon 7 Perth. The Healthy Strides team have undertaken world leading research projects, iStride, Kindy Moves and CPMoveTime.
We provide individualised goal directed intensive therapy programs (in 3 week, 6 week blocks, along with a custom duration program option) for children and young adults with neurologically based conditions and injuries. This includes people with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injuries and spinal cord injuries.
Increasingly, research supports the effectiveness of focused and specific activity based interventions. This is the basis of motor learning and neuroplasticity where it is understood that consolidated mass practice of specific tasks has the potential to change neurological pathways. Interventions based on this principle are known as Activity Based Rehabilitation.
Embracing principles of neuroplasticity through Activity Based Rehabilitation approaches has the potential to improve each person's ability as well as to importantly, increase participation in life situations whether that be at home, school or community.
All of our Activity Based Rehabilitation programs are delivered three times per week over the three to six week period. In some instances, more frequent sessions are warranted and in these cases, families do have this option if required.
The frequency of intervention is based on current research, our years of clinical experience and our own research in Activity Based Rehabilitation.
Engaging in short periods of focused programs also has the benefit of planning ahead so that therapy can fit around the person and family. Whilst intensive therapy is important for optimising skills and participation, it needs to be manageable so that families can balance work, school, family time and fun!
NB. The custom program option will provide a varied session frequency and can be discussed at the initial assessment.
We are now able to offer Speech Pathology in a multi-disciplinary environment. Available as both a Plus or Pro option in addition to your Intensive Therapy program, we see this as another element that completes a holistic approach to therapy provision - please visit our dedicated Speech Pathology portal for all the latest information.
Please use the form above to contact us directly with any general questions, comments, or scheduling enquiries you may have.
Unit 4-6, 31 Archer Street, Carlisle WA 6101, Australia
Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm