Developmental Paediatrics is a pioneering new service integrating assessment and therapy modalities
for children and adolescents with developmental, learning, and behavioural difficulties in one multidisciplinary centre.
Our focus is on your child, the family and community in which they live, your shared journey through life,
and on assisting every child to reach their potential.
Our specialist team includes Developmental Paediatricians, Clinical Psychologists, Neuropsychologists, Speech Pathologists, Dietitians and more.
Meet The Team
As a centre of excellence in developmental paediatrics, we have a range of experts in their fields available for consultation, and have developed a number of innovative multi-disciplinary assessment clinics.
Located in a new purpose built and centrally located centre in Bondi Junction, we are adjacent to Westfield shopping mall and public transport.
As a centre of excellence in developmental paediatrics, we have developed
an innovative School Age Multidisciplinary Assessment Day and an Early Childhood Multidisciplinary Clinic.
We also have a range of experts in their fields available for consultation.
Consult with a Developmental Paediatrician and a Speech Pathologist or Psychologist to determine the direction of further assessment and therapy for your child.
A comprehensive, collaborative team assessment enabling busy families to have their child or adolescent seen by an expert team in one centre.
We offer a Multidisciplinary Tic Service with comprehensive assessment and treatment to young people presenting with chronic motor and vocal tics, or Tourette Syndrome.
We offer support to children and their caregivers who are faced with feeding issues such as delayed feeding skills and oral motor skill development, restricted food variety, and more.
- Learning difficulties
- Developmental delay
- Attention difficulties
- Oppositional and other challenging behaviours
- Behaviour difficulties
- Emotional disorders
- Autism spectrum disorders
- Sleep disorders
- School support
- School readiness
- School refusal
- Parenting support
- Social skills development
- Speech, language and communication
- Fine and Gross Motor developmental concerns