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Theracrew is an online learning tool which supports children with special education needs to learn in their own individualised way. A great deal of science has gone into the design of the entire website and products, as well as strategies to assist with maintaining children's confidence and motivation. When learning is easier children enjoy themselves more.

Children need supporting in different ways. There never seems to be enough time in the day to organise resources to meet their needs. Some needs are little and some can be overwhelming.

Theracrew provides you with access to:

  • Adapted early learning and curriculum activities
  • Teaching tips for Parents, Teachers and Teachers Aides
  • Demonstration videos
  • Printable worksheets

Our activities have been designed to suit your child's learning support needs:

  • Concentration difficulties
  • Lack of pencil and hand control
  • Difficulty understanding instructions
  • Sequencing and planning difficulties

 

"I have used Theracrew resources with many different children including those with Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Coordination Disorder, cognitive disorders and others. With these workbooks, the kids stay engaged far longer than with other kids of activities that require visual motor ability. They love the books (and T.C. the robot!)." Laura de Macedonia (Occupational Therapist, Brazil)

 

"Both the kids and parent helpers are loving the Theracrew fine motor Workbooks - we've even incorporated some of them into our homework program." Judith Thomas (Teacher, Australia)

 

"My son Matthew started this year at one of the Autism Spectrum Australia Satellite classes and gets homework to do each night. I include Theracrew worksheets with his homework as he really loves using them. They're so colourful, visual and fun to do. "Matthew says to me: 'Mummy I want more of this one' and points to the Matching Money and Money Patterns. One day a week he get to go to the school canteen and buy something, so this is just the perfect way to help him visually learn about money and counting." Ali Swinbourne (Parent, Australia)