Transitioning program

This program is transitioning into the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Please visit the HCWA and Better Start pages for more information about receiving future supports.

Your Mind Matters Psychology Services

Address: Suite 7, 1-7 Leicester Avenue, Glen Waverley VIC 3150
Phone: 03 9809 5947
Email: Laura@yourmindmatters.net.au

This link is for your convenience and does not constitute endorsement of material at this site. Please note that services and/or products detailed at this site may not be covered by the early intervention funding under the Better Start for Children with Disability initiative.

Delivery Locations and/or Consortium Members

Address: Suite 7, 1-7 Leicester Avenue, Glen Waverley
Phone: 0413 465 706

Fee Schedule for Your Mind Matters Psychology Services
Intervention Domains Delivery Location Profession Service Duration Total Cost

Language and communication development

Social development and interaction

Repetitive behaviour and/or restricted interests

Suite 7, 1-7 Leicester Avenue, Glen Waverley VIC 3150

Psychology

Psychology Initial Consultation

60 minutes

$210

Psychology Consultation (standard) 60 minutes $180
Off-Site - Home/School visit for observation and treatment planning 2 hours $350
Cognitive Assessment - only at parent’s request if the child is about to transition into a new learning environment (e.g. school) and the school require an assessment to help create an individual learning plan. 180 minutes $600
Report at the parent’s request - Brief written reports where an eligible child is about to transition to a new setting such as a school or new service provider where requests for a report are made by a parent. 60 minutes $180
Provisional Psychologist Initial consultation 60 minutes $180
Provisional Psychologist consultation – standard 60 minutes $160

Please note that there may be cancellation and/or other fees associated with some services. For more information please contact the service provider as these are not covered by the early intervention funding under the Better Start for Children with Disability initiative.

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