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Pinarc Services

This great one-page printable is perfect for your fridge or noticeboard, or to share with friends. It  gives a quick description of the services Pinarc provides (and you can always find out more by contacting us or on the rest of our website)

Click here for the printable

Choosing the right services 

This checklist is designed to help you gather information to make good decisions about services for your child or family member. 
Click here for the fact sheet

Parent Support Groups

For those who care for someone with a disability or additional needs. Some come to get support, others to share experiences and to support others. See a list of current groups.

Parent Support Groups 2019

Assessment and Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders

If you are worried about your child's development and you, or your doctor, think your child may have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) you may be referred for an autism assessment. This fact sheet tells you more about how to organise an assessment, and what to expect
 Click here for the ASD fact sheet

Helping Children with Autism Program

Did you know families can access up to $6000 in any year to support Early Intervention for their child? Read more about how you can access this and how the funding can be used below

Helping Children with Autism - Medicare

If you have a child under the age of 13, who is under a treatment plan for a range of things, you may be eligible for rebates for up to 20 allied health sessions (such as Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Psychology etc) under Medicare. To find out more, click on the link below

Helping Children with Autism - Resources

Did you know you can use a portion of your child's HCWA funding to purchase of equipment and resources? Pinarc can assist with this, as well as assisting you to register for HCWA intervention services. Contact us on 5329 1398 or click the below link for more information

Occupational Therapists & Speech Pathologists,12 month contracts

Occupational Therapist, Full-time (Part-time considered) Melton
Occupational Therapist, Full-time Ballarat
Speech Pathologist, Full-Part-time Melton
Speech Pathologist, Full-time/Part-time Ballarat
The Therapy Education Support Team is looking for a Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists to join our dynamic and innovative team. Ideally you will have experience working with children with developmental delay and disabilities. 

At Pinarc you would be working within a large multi-disciplinary team which includes Social workers, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists and Early Childhood Educators. Our team offers great professional support and a flexible working environment. You would also have access to generous salary packaging options. 
If you would like further information about these roles please call Andrea Curran-Bennett on 5329 1339 or Sandy Facey on 5329 1323.
Applications close Sunday 14 September 2014

Occupational Therapist Position Description       Speech Pathologist Position Description