What is SBRS at Lansdowne?

School Based Rehabilitation Services [SBRS] include

Occupational Therapy [OT], Physiotherapy [PT] and Speech Therapy [ST]

for speech needs and is provided to school-aged children in their

publicly-funded schools.

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Who is eligible for SBRS?

Children attending publicly funded schools who meet eligibility criteria can receive OT and PT from school entry.

 

SBRS speech therapy can be initiated in senior kindergarten (SK) for children with articulation, fluency or voice concerns.

SBRS referrals can be initiated by Lansdowne Children’s Centre community-based therapists or schools with consent from parents/guardians.

What can I expect?
Once a referral is received, your child may be placed on a waitlist. You will be contacted by an intake coordinator when your turn comes, for an update of your child’s information. The SBRS therapist will then contact you to explain the assessment process, obtain your consent and let you know the date of assessment, which will take place at school.

 

Once assessment has been completed you will be contacted to review the findings, develop goals and determine the plan of intervention following our care pathways.

 

You are welcome to attend assessment and intervention sessions at your child’s school.

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