Program Benefits for Teachers

 

Is your day completely overloaded already? Having difficulty with managing challenging behaviours? Concerned about the children who are arriving at school without basic skills?

We hear you! Animal Fun has been designed to address some of your concerns without adding stress to your workload.

  • Easy to follow and implement.
  • Evidenced based – proven results.
  • Fun for you as well as the children.
  • Flexible delivery – can be structured learning or embedded into existing curriculum.
  • Helps to meet curriculum and quality guidelines.
  • More time for teaching – less behaviour management.
  • Enhance your leadership skills and become the Animal Fun Champion.
  • Provides great ideas for sharing the program and knowledge with parents.
  • Look forward to each day in a happy, responsive and productive classroom.
  • Take pride in the positive impact this program will have on the children.
  • Program comes with 3 levels of support to choose from – Read More…

Animal Fun was designed by physiotherapists, occupational therapists and psychologists from Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. The effectiveness of the program is supported by findings from a 3 year randomised controlled trial. Learn about our research here…

Hear what Animal Fun users say about the Program!
I just wanted to say that Animal Fun has been a fantastic resource for the clients that I work with in the disability sector. I have been utilising the program in the school setting, as well as in the clinic setting, for my clients with a range of disabilities, including Down Syndrome, Autism, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, and FASD. I have been finding the way the resources are presented incredibly helpful to optimise client engagement, compliance and gross motor skill acquisition. Hence I just wanted to say a big thank you for contributing to optimising the gross motor outcomes of the clients that I work with. And as highlighted in the program, these gross motor gains can translate to fine m… Read more
LauraPhysiotherapistWestern Australia
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