All About Kids Therapy Centre

Address: Suite 4, 286-288 West Street, Umina Beach NSW 2257
Phone (02) 4339 7314
Email: nsw@allaboutkids.com.au
Website: http://www.allaboutkids.com.au

The above link is for your convenience. It provides information about this service provider. The Department does not necessarily endorse all of the contents in this link as it may provide information about therapies that the Department has deemed ineligible for HCWA funding, i.e. there is insufficient evidence to prove that these therapies are of benefit to children with ASD. Families should make informed choices about the therapies they wish to purchase and enquire about those that are eligible and ineligible for HCWA funding.

 

Consortium Members and/or Delivery Locations

  • Name: All About Kids Therapy Centre
  • Delivery Address: Shop 1, 152 Lakedge Ave, Berkeley Vale, NSW 2261
  • Phone: 02 4339 7314

 

 
Fee Schedule for All About Kids
Eligible Intervention Type/s Provider and Delivery Location Multidisciplinary Team Name and Description of Intervention/Service duration Cost

Language and communication development

Social development and interaction

Repetitive behaviour and/or restricted interests

All About Kids Therapy Centre at Umina & Berkeley Vale NSW Psychologist Initial Consultation 1 hour $180
Standard Session 1 hour $180
e-consultations (skype or phone) 1 hour $180
Home/school visit 1 hour $200
Short report/letter 1 hour $200

Language and communication development

Social development and interaction

Repetitive behaviour and/or restricted interests

All About Kids Therapy Centre at Umina & Berkeley Vale NSW Speech Pathologist Initial Consultation/Assessment/Report 1 hour $260
Standard Session 1/2 hour $90
e-consultations (skype or phone) 1/2 hour $90
Home/school visit 1/2 hour $130
Short report/letter 1 hour $200

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 Helping Children with Autism package.

 

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