Tamsin Colley is a fifteen-year-old Rio Paralympian who attends Randwick Girls' High School. Together, Tamsin, who has cerebral palsy, and Angie MacGibbon have been organising the Carnival through the Youth Frontiers mentoring programme. Tamsin wants other kids with disabilities to have the opportunities she has had to participate in sport as she is well aware of the physical and mental benefits sport offers.
The Eastern Suburbs Special Needs Athletics Carnival will be held on:
Saturday 21 October, 2017
ES Marks Athletics Field
10.30am - 2pm
Little Athletics will be there to help on the day as will Wheelchair Sport NSW who will be bringing their athletes and racing wheelchairs so competitors have an opportunity to race in a proper racing chair. There is a free sausage sizzle, free face painting, ribbons for all competitors and a free raffle to be drawn on the day.
Download your copy of the registration form HERE and if the link doesn't open for you, please request a copy by email using the form below -
We hope you get as excited as us about this BRAND NEW LAUNCH!
3 years in the making and it’s finally HERE!!!
Get ready to totally transform your performance with REBOOT
There are three aspects to REBOOT Sport and a framework of thinking which is referenced from current theory and intervention/techniques which create sensory integration and neuro-sensory developmental changes.
- Online Webinar Education System
- Personal Mentoring for Elite Coaches
- Hands-on Treatment for Athletes
Check out the REBOOT program here
About REBOOT: Jacky Peile and the team at Early Links have been building the REBOOT Sport program for the last 3 years, and now it's ready for launching.
Our mission is to give athletes and coaches a fresh approach when it seems that everything else has reached plateau - the sensory integrative process.
Jacky Peile and Kate Keisler are Occupational Therapists who have a toolbox full of practical strategies. Teachers and Counselors that work with children who have experience trauma will benefit from attending this Webinar... Learn more...
Occupational Therapy can be used to support improvements in functional movements, from a neuromuscular and developmental aspect. Both hands-on and activity based relearning is supported through exploration and discussion. This WEBINAR provides coaches with an opportunity to build their understanding of key points within "function-developmental neuro-physicological" movement patterns. The building blocks for complex and skilled movements which are often overlooked in other treatment and coaching principles
Students of Occupational Therapy who have a passion for learning...you're invited to attend a special training event with the Team from Early Links on Sunday 11th September. Topic covered will help you make a positive impression on your supervisors and excel your clinical reasoning and the development of your professional identity.
REBOOT on Cockatoo Island was an enjoyable relaxing event that helped four (4) people to realise they were stressed and not managing their stress-behaviours well. We will be posting a BLOG later this month with the outcomes of their progress.
A huge thanks to Kate from Calm and Connected, who supported the program
Will from Surprise Me Chef, who catered
Karlie from Coco Motion Mumma, who taught us about essential oils
For more information and/or to book yourself into the next REBOOT Retreats, click on the link to enter your details. http://events.earlylinks.com.au/reboot
Melbourne in November
Perth in December
Queensland in January
Sydney in March
Our team has been working round the clock with the help of University students to bring you new information about the way we practice, the interventions you may wish to learn more about and how Occupational Therapy might just the answer you weren't looking for...
Early Links has a purpose - to build and share the "human instruction manual" so you understand when it's time to seek help on those little daily challenges you ignore.
It's not an easy task, but we are enlisting the help of our students, research graduates from US Universities and our consulting clinical experts. We'd also love your help - if there is something you think "how could OT help me do better" - we'd love to hear about it...