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! We aim to assist young people to successfully navigate life’s major transitions. Our clubs suit two different learning styles: 1) Experiential ‘hands-on’ learning by doing and 2) Explicit teaching of skills and knowledge. Young people can pick the style that suits them best.

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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Animal Lovers for Success Club

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

Some young people feel a stronger affinity with animals than humans. Others find they feel more comfort from animals than humans. At Succeed, we blend the best of the two worlds in our animal assisted therapy clubs.

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Thrill Seekers for Success Clubs (Ninja Warrior and Revolutionaries Clubs)

Concentration/organisation, Coordination/strength, Emotions, Friendship/conversations, Sensory

Many carers tire of their young person resisting going to therapy. Therefore we strive to make our therapy programs fun, engaging and practical so that young people voluntarily want to attend. Skills covered include social, emotional, physical, sensory and cognitive skills in a motivating and meaningful environment.

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therapy assistants at school

Lifehacks for Success Club (independent living skills)

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

Many carers feel like they need an extra pair of hands to carry the load and help their young person grow and develop into all they can be. They want their young person to experience success in the home, at their place of education, and out in the community. Succeed provides therapy assistants where you need them to help young people to achieve their goals. Therapists also provide daily living skills hacks sessions.

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Going Wild for Success Club (outdoor therapy)

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

Many carers are concerned that their young person spends too much time indoors on a device. Or they are worried that their energy is not a good fit for learning in a classroom environment. Young people need the space to experience the calming benefits that nature provides, whilst socialising with others, igniting creativity and learning to take calculated risks that enhance development. Succeed seeks to capitalise on the inherent motivation that nature provides, to facilitate the development of school and handwriting skills.

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PEERS Clubs - friendship skills plus optional dating skills

Peers for Success Clubs – friendship skills plus optional dating skills

Emotions, Friendship/conversations, Independence/study/work

Social isolation and loneliness are associated with physical and mental health problems including depression, anxiety and risky alcohol/drug use. The Peers for Success Clubs are social skills programs for young people who are interested in making and keeping friends, and handling conflict and reducing rejection.

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PEERS for Careers Club

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

Some carers worry about if their young person will be able to find and keep a job. Young people can feel unsure about what course to study or what work would suit their unique skills. 38% of neurodiverse people of working age are employed. We want to help to match the right person to the right job.

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Think Smart Club (Brain Training)

Robotics (primary) and Coding (teen+) for Success Club (executive function)

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

Everyday tasks, assignments and work deadlines can cause a lot of stress for families as young people can forget to do them or leave preparing for them until the last minute. Succeed uses robotics or coding as activities to teach practical executive function strategies, including focusing, organisation, and problem solving.

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Secret Agent Society Club

Secret Agent Society Club – recommended to be undertaken first for 8-12 year olds

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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Individual Exercise Physiology, Physiotherapy, Nutritionist or Occupational Therapy Consultations

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

Some young people feel increasingly self-conscious that they are falling behind their peers in their development, at times not being willing to try as they are afraid they will fail or that others will notice. We aim to give young people the edge to maximise their strengths and compensate for their challenges to rise above their difficulties.

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‘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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