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Our Clinic

Kids That Go is a community-based clinic in the leafy locality of Rosalie, just beside Paddington in Brisbane. 

You will find us downstairs in the Rosalie Baptist Church Hall at 97 Fernberg Rd Paddington, where our rooms have plenty of space for discussion, play and planning. There is free onsite and roadside parking, as well as cafes and parks within walking distance.

Who should come to the appointment?

Parents are welcome to bring their child to appointments. Please avoid bringing other children, especially to the first session. Talk to your therapist if this is going to be a difficulty, we can usually set up something for them to do in an adjacent room.

Sometimes, we may ask to see older children by themselves while the parent waits nearby. We only do this with your permission and where the clinician deems it helpful to achieving the best outcomes for your child.

Looking for support as you negotiate each day with your little person?

Why not check out our Parent Workshops for current information and discussion with experienced clinicians.

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Struggling with your child’s toileting issues? There’s hope!

 

 

 

 

 

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We’re here to help. You do not need a Doctor's referral to see us.

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How we can help:

Continence

We are the toileting specialists, caring for kids with poo or wee issues, day or night, through tailored evidence-based programs.

 

 

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Child Development

Self care, sensory processing, school readiness, fine motor, handwriting, anxiety and behaviour. Growing up is a busy thing!

 

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Kids with Disabilities

The pathway to growing up takes it's own track sometimes. We are here to help with tailored, experienced care, advocacy and skill development.

 

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Kids with Chronic Illness

Growing up can take tricky, unexpected turns. With personal experience and compassion, we are here to help both kids and families grow through these challenges.

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Helping families boost independence and wellbeing through knowledge, nurture and play.