The building blocks for learning.

Succeed Healthcare offers a range of group and individual programs for participants aged 3–35, to learn new skills, socialise and most importantly, have fun!

Benefits of clubs (group therapy)

  • Club members can serve as role models for other members of the club
  • Clubs allow young people to receive the support and encouragement of the other members of the club
  • Club are more affordable
  • Clubs can offer a safe haven
  • By working in a club, the therapist can see first-hand how each young person responds to other people and behaves in social situations

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Going Wild Club (outdoor therapy)

Concentration/organisation, Coordination/strength, Emotions, Friendship/conversations, Independence/study/work, Sensory

Young people need the space in nature to experience the benefits of free play/exploration, with support to inspire creativity, facilitate connection, and overcome challenges.

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therapy assistants at school

School Savvy Clubs (therapy assistants at school; primary and high school readiness; handwriting clubs)

Concentration/organisation, Coordination/strength, Emotions, Friendship/conversations, Independence/study/work, Sensory

Children's experiences of school can range from enjoyment to not feeling supported or understood. We aim to increase the success and enjoyment of school.

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Thrill Seekers Clubs (SAS Survivor, Ninja Warrior, Revolutionaries, Adrenaline Clubs)

Thrill Seekers Clubs (SAS Survivor, Ninja Warrior, Revolutionaries, Adrenaline Clubs)

Concentration/organisation, Coordination/strength, Emotions, Friendship/conversations, Independence/study/work

We see 3-35 year olds, including teens and young adults who voluntarily want assistance. Therefore we aim to make our therapy programs fun, engaging and practical. This includes using ninja rigs, trampoline and indoor rock climbing centres, theme parks, and outdoor adventure activities in therapeutic ways.

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Chill Out Clubs (including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy)

Chill Out Clubs (including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy)

Concentration/organisation, Emotions, Friendship/conversations, Independence/study/work, Sensory

Our Chill Out Clubs aim to help young people who suffer from intense emotions or chronic disease and want assistance to improve their quality of life using evidence-based strategies.

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Gamers Clubs (Minecraft, Roblox, Dungeons & Dragons, Mightier and HeartMath biofeedback)

Gamers Clubs (Minecraft, Roblox, Dungeons & Dragons, Mightier and HeartMath biofeedback)

Coordination/strength, Emotions, Friendship/conversations

Engaging kids in traditional interventions can be challenging. That's why at Succeed Healthcare Solutions, we believe in making therapy fun, engaging, and visual using gaming and biofeedback programs.

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PEERS Clubs - friendship skills plus optional dating skills

PEERS Clubs – friendship skills plus optional dating skills

Emotions, Friendship/conversations, Independence/study/work

The PEERS Clubs are social skills programs for young people (kinder to 35 years) who are interested in making and keeping friends, and handling conflict and reducing rejection.

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PEERS for Careers Club

PEERS for Careers Club

Concentration/organisation, Friendship/conversations, Independence/study/work

An estimated 53.4% of young adults with Autism have worked since high school, with only 33.6% currently employed. We want to help turn those statistics around.

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Think Smart Club (Brain Training)

Think Smart Club (Brain Training)

Concentration/organisation, Emotions, Independence/study/work, Sensory, Skills

Does your young person struggle to get tasks done? Young people who struggle to get tasks done may have difficulties with executive function skills. These skills are performed by the brain to help us to plan, focus, remember instructions, and multi-task. They are the key to performing well at school, work and in relationships.

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‘Team Seasons’ Club – Therapy That Feels Like Seasonal Team Sport

‘Team Seasons’ Club – Therapy That Feels Like Seasonal Team Sport

Concentration/organisation, Coordination/strength, Emotions, Friendship/conversations, Independence/study/work, Sensory

Ever wanted to be part of a sports team but found it hard to fit in? We use programs like Mini-roos soccer, Auskick AFL, Hot Shots tennis, etc as a therapeutic medium to teach skills.

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Secret Agent Society Club

Secret Agent Society Club

Emotions, Friendship/conversations, Sensory

This award-winning program uses an engaging secret agent theme to teach 8-12 year old kids social and emotional skills in a fun way. The goal is to equip kids to feel happier, calmer and braver while making and keeping friends. Features include an animated computer game, Helpful Thought Laser Action game, and Challenger board game. This is one of the most successful evidence based interventions of its kind in the world.

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