Let's Play Developmental Therapy Pty Ltd provides Occupational Therapy services to children who have difficulty relating, communicating and functioning within the demands of daily life. The primary focus is working with children between the ages of 0 to 12, with special emphasis on children in their early years (0-6 years).

** Please note that from 01 January 2015, Kylie Marquenie will be on a further period of maternity leave, as she is awaiting the arrival of twins this year. The practice will not be operating during this time. Please contact your Paediatrician or Autism Adviser for other service providers.

You can still continue to make enquiries using the Contact Us form. Kylie will provide an update on clinic recommencement
plans in early 2016. **

The practice specialises in offering services to children diagnosed with a/an:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)Kylie Marquenie in a stretchie
  • Asperger's Disorder
  • Pervasive Developmental Disorder- Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS)
  • Sensory-Motor Disorder/Difficulties
  • Regulation Challenges
  • Dyspraxia
  • Global Developmental Delay
  • Social Emotional Difficulties
  • ADHD / ADD

The practice uses the evidence-based, play-based DIR/ Floortime framework and sensory-motor interventions, and is fully equipped for play-based therapy.

The practice is a registered provider for the FaHCSIA 'Helping Children with Autism' (HCWA) package. It is also a provider for Medicare and several Private Health Funds. Hence, funding and/or rebates may be available for your child.

The practice is located in Brisbane. The practice is run by Occupational Therapist Kylie Marquenie, who is an experienced and energetic clinician with a passion for helping children with special needs. The therapy environment is fully equipped for play-based therapy within a sensory gym. Sensory equipment includes sensory swings, spandex hammocks, ball pit, trampoline, and crash mats.

In all, these combine to fully support parents and their children in efficiently moving along the developmental pathways required to achieve their full potential.

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