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Therapy Hive Mentors and Support Workers work with children (0 - 21 years) to develop new skills, supporting them to thrive.

Our Mentors and Support Workers can support children in skills such as:

  • Daily living and life skills

  • Community participation skills

  • Social skills

  • School readiness and transition skills

  • Emotional literacy and regulation skills

  • Adaptability and perseverance skills

  • Assist reading and writing (learning skills)

  • Personal hygiene skills

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Our Mentors and Support Workers can provide skill support in a various environments, for example:

  • In recreational activities, like painting or soccer

  • On outings and attending events

  • At home (engaging in play, life skills)

  • In the community, like the playground or sporting events

  • At school

  • Using transportation


Our Mentors and Support Workers are passionate about supporting children to build their skills. They are experienced or studying in the following areas:

  • Allied Health or Education students studying at university
  • Hold a Certificate or Diploma in Allied Health Assistance or Children’s service
  • Hold a Degree or higher certification as an Allied Health or Education trained professional
  • Hold the required police checks and certificates

All our staff are insured by us. We encourage and support further professional development for all our staff.

Our Fees Are:

  • This will vary depending on your child's needs, the budget category, and the days and times you are wanting the support for. Please contact us to find out more.
  • This can come out of Core Supports (Access to Community Social and Recreational Activities) or Capacity Building (Individual Skill Development and Peer Support).

We provide Mentors and Support workers between the hours of:

  • Monday - Sunday 8.00am - 6.00pm (services outside of these hours can be discussed  with us)

Support is a minimum 2 hour session.

The hours can be agreed during the free ‘getting to know you’ session between the prospective client and the Mentor and Support Worker to accommodate both parties.

We can provide Mentors and Support Workers if you are:

  • NDIS Self Managed
  • NDIS Plan Managed
  • Independently funded
We support the NDIS

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How to engage a Mentor or Support Worker for your child.

Connect with us and we will chat with you to ensure we understand the needs and interests of your child to match them with the right Person

We then organise a ‘Getting to Know You’ session. This helps to ensure it is a right fit for both parties.

We forward a Service Agreement outlining the terms and conditions along with consent to utilise our Portal. This will need to be signed and returned to us prior to the first session.

Our staff attend regular sessions with the child at the agreed location (home, educational or community setting) to support them.