Look Hear Australia is an Allied Health Resource Library designed to assist families and professionals of children with individual, additional and complex needs. Look Hear Australia stands for Library of Online Knowledge for Health and Education Professionals (Australia). 

The goal of Look Hear Australia is to gather resources, websites and information in "one place" which professionals and parents can access when working with children with complex or additional needs.   We believe 'It isn't hard to make it easy'. <meta name="google-site-verification" content="hIcNnFtCuz8biKyB5iVdUrICTiA0Lp673YZfLFIEYFw" />

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Visuals – why we love them (and the evidence)

By Tara Whiteford | February 15, 2018

VISUALS  This month the review of the evidence is all about our favourite resource in the world – VISUALS!! RESEARCH  There is a large body of evidence linking cognitive and physical disabilities with externalising problematic behaviours (Visser et al., 2015; Artemyeva, 2016; Giltaij, Sterkenburg & Schuengel, 2015; Poppes et al.,…

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Relaxation – What is the evidence?

By Tara Whiteford | December 15, 2017

RELAXATION  This month the review of the evidence is all about something to follow on from the bullying update – Relaxation. RESEARCH All children worry. Researchers have suggested that this worry is in part due to the fact that childhood is full of “firsts”, doing a lot of things for…

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Why are therapists family focused?

By Tara Whiteford | November 16, 2017

TOPIC: Why are therapists family focused? Why do we have to be involved? WHAT: Therapists talk about being “family centered” or “family focused” all the time. What does it mean? Why are therapists family focused?   WHY: We know that children learn the best off their parents. That is because…

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