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Clinical Education

Good information can be hard to find. Keep your staff and clients up to date with Kids That Go’s practical Parent Workshops or whole day Professional Development Workshops for clinicians.

Parent and education staff seminars are generally 1.5 hours, and can be tailored to meet your group’s size, questions or special requirements. Check out our existing events for parents, see below for upcoming Clinician Training Events, or contact us with your request.

Because we have taken a special interest in helping kids build self-care skills, we are often asked to speak to parent groups and education staff on:

  • managing continence in children
  • implementing practical management plans in schools
  • sleep issues
  • feeding and mealtimes
  • self-care through puberty and the teen years

For clinicians, we offer a whole-day workshop which covers Constipation & Soiling, Urinary Incontinence & Bed-wetting. Contact us with your professional development enquiry.



(subject to change based on your specific requirements and travel distance):

Presentation of existing 1.5 hour workshop = $570 +GST

Preparation of new material: please contact us for a quote

Participant notes can be arranged for the cost of printing (quote can be provided once approximate participant numbers given)

Whole day workshop = contact us

Not-for-profit discounts may be available at the Director’s discretion.



Self Care Workshop presented by Rebecca Khan (with Kids That Go)


SYDNEY: Thursday, 4 May, 2023

BRISBANE: Thursday, 22 June, 2023

9:00am - 4:30pm (8:30am arrival for registration)


Join Rebecca Khan for this one-day face to face workshop where you will explore:

  • A framework for reviewing current function
  • A review of learning theory, task analysis
  • Practical workshop with writing goals (informed by the PRPP System of Task Analysis - stage 1)
  • Goal measurement tools including Quality of Life Measurements, with examples of implementation into NDIS report writing
  • Incorporating environmental supports to facilitate task participation
  • Facilitating implementation across contexts (home and school)
  • Explore watch and smart device apps to facilitate reminders

Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea included.



Toileting Masterclass by Rebecca Khan (with Kids That Go)


SYDNEY: Friday, 5 May, 2023

BRISBANE: Friday 23 June, 2023

9:00am - 4:30pm (8:30am arrival for registration)


Rebecca has prepared a hands-on, evidence-based professional development experience which will:

  • Deepen your understanding of how the child’s medical, cognitive, emotional, behavioural, social and environmental factors all impact on their capacity to participate in toileting skill development
  • Apply Assessments such as the Canadian Occupational Performance Model and PRPP System of Task Analysis to sharpen your assessment and provide baseline figures for reassessment
  • Report on your assessment findings and create a continence plan with clear goals that facilitate client dignity, choice and independence across toileting contexts
  • Design an intervention pathway in accordance with client goals while monitoring carer engagement and supporting carers in their role
  • Enhance your communication across educational contexts
  • Be prepared to write a review report for the NDIS
  • Write a Continence Assessment incorporating capacity building for the NDIS
  • Tips for NDIS report writing where the participant has toileting skills as a goal.

Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided.



Conquering the Puberty Blues by Rebecca Khan (with Zi Mei Events)

Dates: 1, 8, 15 June 2023 (see details here)

Location: 3 online sessions


This workshop will provide participants with:

  • an overview of the key physical changes for boys and girls in puberty
  • an overview of teenage sexuality
  • considerations/issues (regarding puberty) for neurodiverse children/teens and their families
  • support a collaborative approach for health professional to work in authentic partnership with individual’s and their parents/caregivers to address any concerns/issues that arise with regard to puberty and sexuality.

More information here.

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