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Read our article in Source Kids Magazine

Growing Early Minds' occupational therapists, Sophia Goodwin and Christine Lee teamed up to develop an article for Source Kids Magazine that demystifies occupational therapy for kids. Occupational therapy can transform a child's life, unfortunately, there are many misconceptions about what…

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Checkout our new discipline specific brochures!

The team at Growing Early Minds have been busy developing new discipline-specific brochures. These brochures have been designed to help families understand what is involved, would it be beneficial, what to expect during a session, how to get started and…

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Calling for Christmas hamper donations

Growing Early Minds and Familylinks are calling for hamper donations!   Last year we put together Christmas hampers for some of our vulnerable families that we support, as we know Christmas time is often a time of struggle and hardship. Some of these families have…

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Familylinks Eat Play Drum Parenting Program

Eat Play Drum is a new program designed by Familylinks, which launched in term 3, 2018 and ran for 8-weeks. We asked Jeanette and Donna from Familylinks to tell us more about this new and exciting parenting program. Can you…

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Hear from us at the National Disability Summit

Our Executive General Manager, Dylan Reynolds, and Manager of Windaan Aboriginal Services, Joseph Archibald, will join an expert team of keynote speakers at the National Disability Summit on August 20-21, 2018. The 9th Annual National Disability Summit will take place at the Novotel…

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Therapists visit Windaan in Coffs Harbour

Windaan hosted a fun, family-friendly community engagement day at Youth Hub Coffs Harbour on Tuesday, 17 July for families wanting to know more information about our early intervention and NDIS services. The event is a follow-on from the success of the first community engagement day back…

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Celebrating NAIDOC 2018

Growing Early Minds was thrilled to be involved in Ngallu Wal’s NAIDOC celebration on Wednesday, 11 July 2018. In line with the theme “Because of her, we can!” we took some time aside as a team to reflect on all the valuable contributions…

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