What’s it all about?

Physiotherapists work to improve children’s movement. Physiotherapists can support development of skills in a number of areas, including:

  • Helping muscles and joints work to their full potential through the use of movement training, exercise and stretching
  • Assisting larger movements such as crawling, rolling, walking and balancing

KidzWish Physiotherapists work with families, caregivers, preschools, schools and community organisations to support children.

How does it work?

Our Physiotherapy service offers:

  • Family centred goals and intervention based on an individualised plan with a focus on inclusion.
  • Flexible therapy services that cater to each family’s individual circumstance.
  • A range of service options including individual therapy, group therapy services, collaborative intervention with schools and preschools, and transition support.
  • A range of service locations offer for therapy services including sessions in our clinic, at home, school, preschool or in the community.
  • Joint sessions available with other therapists as required.
  • Goals and outcomes driven intervention that is based on best available research and evidence.

Funding sources

KidzWish Physiotherapy services are for children aged 0-18 years living in the Illawarra region. We currently accepting referrals from the below funding packages:

  • National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

Please call our Therapy Admin Coordinator Teagan on 1300 260 990 to discuss referrals.

Other therapy services

For further information about other Occupational Therapy or Speech Pathology therapy services please email us at or call 1300 260 990. 

Are you NDIS eligible?

As your local NDIS provider, we will transition to provide Physiotherapy services under individual NDIS packages after 1st July 2017.

Find out more
To apply for our Physiotherapy service, please call our Therapy Admin Coordinator Teagan to discuss referrals on 1300 260 990
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