We deliver integrated, individualised, evidence-informed supports and therapies for children and adults with autism, developmental and neurological differences. So everyone has the opportunity to reach their potential and live their best life.
Each child has access to our collaborative multi-disciplinary team to ensure the best outcome.
Being a strengths-based family-centred practice, we seek to understand the unique strengths, challenges, and needs of every child and their family so that we can provide supports in an optimal way for each child.
Our supports and therapies are informed by evidence as interventions for autism, developmental and neurological differences.
Find out more about our service streams below:
WHO WE CAN HELP
Movement-based activities builds neural pathways to help speech, anxiety, meltdowns / tantrums, social interactions, sensory issues and more. Emphasis on restoring health and optimising function, including the opportunity for play-based engagement to assist with communication and socialisation goals.
Drug free program improves focus, irritability, anxiety, learning and all areas of well being.
Play-based program develops ability to cope with noisy / busy environments and manage change without becoming overwhelmed.
Integrates reflexes and builds efficient neural pathways and connections so the brain and body start to work synchronously.
Helping children with special needs to find their voice and to thrive in a world that really doesn’t make sense to them, is at the heart of Brain Train’s DNA. Indeed Brain Train’s very existence can be traced back to a special little girl, Chloe, whose journey with autism, ADD, sensory processing disorder and dyspraxia paved the way for our holistic and functional ‘move, activate and integrate’ Sensorimotor program.
Brain Train was founded by Chloe’s parents Marietta and Justin Goddard, and her Auntie and special needs teacher Paula Fabiani, after researching, participating in and synthesising world’s best practice in sensorimotor, occupational and play-based therapies for children with neuro-developmental challenges. Sensorimotor therapy was a critical part of Chloe’s journey. It was a game changer that improved her health and happiness significantly and changed the trajectory of her life in a positive direction.