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At Optiform, we focus on helping you to understand what support and services are available to you.

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  Email     reception@optiform.com.au

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109 Victoria Street
East Ballarat VIC 3350

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Registered to provide services for people via Medicare, NDIS, TAC, DVA, Worksafe and Private Health Insurance.

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Ideas for Isolation . . .

It's a changing space for us all at the moment, and with the prospect of you and your children to be isolated at home in the coming weeks, we thought it was a good time to get some ideas out…

Upcoming Workshops

March 25th : Parenting For Life (P4L) Delivered by Speech Pathologist Meaghan Sullivan, this workshop will focus on what parents can expect to see at each stage of their child's speech development.  Meaghan will teach strategies to stimulate language, speech…

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"But I'm Bored....." Ideas for the Family during Isolation It's a changing space for us all at the moment, and with the prospect of you and your children to be isolated at home in the coming weeks, we thought it…

Speech Bookshelf

Speech Bookshelf has been compiled by speech pathologists for young children with speech and language difficulties. The following link provides a list of picture books for children that have been categorised by theme or speech sound. Simply use the menu…

Children’s Communication Milestones

Speech Pathology Australia produced the Communication Milestones Kit1 to provide information for parents and carers about the role of speech pathologists. The kit also assists parents and carers to find a speech pathologist if they are unsure about whether their…

Developmental Coordination Disorder

What is developmental coordination disorder (DCD)? Use this fact sheet to get basic information on DCD, which is sometimes referred to as dyspraxia. Click on the icon below, or print it out to share it with anyone who wants to…

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