Look Hear Australia is a Private Practice and Allied Health Resource Library which assists children with individual, additional and complex needs.
Look Hear Australia stands for Library of Online Knowledge for Health and Education Professionals (Australia).
Look Hear Australia aims to:
- Create an international community of resources, websites, training and information for parents and professionals working with children who have individual, additional and complex needs.
- Develop a private practice that delivers high quality, best practice services and therapies to children, their families and support networks. We aim to provide an individual, bespoke service that has a foundation in international research, resources and community.eta name="google-site-verification" content="hIcNnFtCuz8biKyB5iVdUrICTiA0Lp673YZfLFIEYFw" />
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OUR RANGE OF RESOURCES
"The resources listed on this website have been pulled together by a range of contributors including allied health professionals, teachers and parents."
There's heaps for you to explore and find on here. Start by selecting one of the 6 categories above. If you get stuck, contact us and we'll help you out.
TOPIC: Why do therapists what me to use visuals* at home?? *We mean visuals as pictures, photos or symbols of something or someone. WHY: Visuals are a great way to explain to someone what is happening or going to happen. They also don’t require verbal language to understand them (think…Read More
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.,…Read More
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…Read More