Talking Matters Group Programs

Talking Matters offer a range of innovative programs that support and extend the standard clinical therapy sessions. As some skills are learned or consolidated best in a group environment, we offer a range of exciting group options for intensive intervention each school holiday period. Groups help children learn from each other, in a motivating and highly relevant manner. Information about a range of programs offered at Talking Matters is provided below.

Intensive Group Programs

Information for each of our intensive group programs are available below and you can apply for inclusion in these groups below now! Numbers for these groups are limited and places are offered to children based on suitability following completion of the registration process. Please email your queries to the Talking Matters office or speak to your Talking Matters professional by calling (08) 8255 7137.

Children must be available to attend all sessions to enrol. Session times can be found in the details for each of the programs.

Full details can be found in the brochures below.

Talking Matters has been supporting groups for over 6 years, our programs have evolved over the years

Missed sessions will need to be funded, as we are unable to cover the costs of providing the program unless all children are in attendance for every session.

Our Current Group Programs...

Play Skills Program

This small group program has been developed for preschool aged children who can speak in sentences and are showing an interest in other children. More Details…

Connect with Peers & Understanding My Emotions

This group is ideal for children aged 7 years and over who attend mainstream schools and who are aware and interested in engaging with their peer group. More Details…

School Readiness Program

This group is ideal for children 4, 5 or 6 years of age who are approaching the start of school or who are needing extra support in the reception classroom. More Details…

Connecting Through my AAC

This group is ideal for primary school aged children who have been building their skills in using their Alternative Augmentative Communication (AAC) in 1:1 settings and want to have more opportunities to use their AAC with peers. More Details…