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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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."

Knowledge

Find the information you need easily in one spot.  Search our 6 categories to find the information you are after.

Expertise

Read through the collective bank of information and resources developed by professionals in the field.

Efficiency

Save time searching and researching!  Find what you need easily.  It doesn't need to be hard!

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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.

Guest Post! Top 5 Apps for new Mums and Dads!!

By Farrah Rosier | April 15, 2018

Guest Post This month we have a guest post!! Farrah is a writer, millennial, and single mother of two – one living daughter, and one son not. She had both children while attending university, and is now studying a Masters degree. She frankly details life, pregnancy and parenting after the…

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Children with additional needs accessing hospitals – What does the evidence say?

By Tim Rossow | October 15, 2017

WHAT DOES THE EVIDENCE SAY? Children with additional needs accessing hospital and emergency departments.  Through each developmental stage, children interpret, comprehend, and process the world in a variety of different ways. Children and adolescents having to be treated in hospital, especially children with additional needs, can find the experience of…

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Bullying – What is the evidence?

By Tim Rossow | August 15, 2017

BULLYING – WHAT DOES THE EVIDENCE SAY? Bullying can be defined as a subcategory of interpersonal aggression characterized by intentionality, repetition, and an imbalance of power, often with the element of abuse of power being a primary distinction between bullying and other forms of aggression (Smith & Morita, 1999; Vaillancourt,…

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