PITS FundingRecently, PCH has increased the amount of PITS funding received following interventions at the hospital such as botox or surgery. The PITS Funding now aligns with the NDIS Physiotherapy rate received in Western Australia. This is a significant increase in sessions able to be accessed following these interventions.
As the funding is designed for rehabilitation or maximising the effects ‘post-intervention,’ PITS funding with Little Bodies Therapy will be required to be utilised in an intensive format, with a minimum of 3 times weekly appointments, or by completing a two-week intensive block. To ensure you are able to maximise your child's therapy funding, we recommend PITS be used for completion of intensive therapy blocks and NDIS funding be utilised for regular ongoing appointments.
If you have any queries or concerns in regards to use of PITS funding, please feel free to discuss this with your therapist.
School Term Intensives
Did you know we now offer year-round intensives?
We have the following intensive hours available for physiotherapy, cage therapy or CME therapy:
With back-to-back times available, we are able to offer 2- or 3-hour intensives depending on your child's goals and if this is suitable or indicated for your child.
If your child hasn't completed intensive therapy before, we recommend discussing with your therapist how many hours may be suitable for your child to complete.
For dates or to register your interest, please visit our website.
July School Holiday Intensives
Our 2-week physiotherapy intensive blocks will be taking place again over the July school holidays and are almost booked out!
If you would like to organise an intensive during the July school holidays and haven’t already contacted us, please do so soon as spaces are limited!
Please note, whilst we do try and accomodate all requests, as spaces are limited, priority will be given to school-age children during the holiday period. If your child is not yet at school, please consider whether an intensive block during the school term may suit your child's schedule.
Team Movements and Updates
- Katey – 20th (afternoon) to 27th May
- Ash – 7th to 11th of June
If your therapist is away during this time, we will discuss reorganising sessions during your scheduled appointment time or alternatively please send us an email if you have any concerns.
Learn to RUN!
Meet new people and move your body in a fun, safe and supported environment. This is a rare opportunity for people living with a physical disability to learn running skills with support from Community Coaches.
All sessions will be delivered by Noula Gibson, Senior Physiotherapist.
Learn to Frame Run Information:
Frame Running is an innovative sport for people with physical disability or impaired balance. The runner is fully supported by a custom-built bike/frame runner, propelling themselves forward by the feet, while using the hands and/or arms to steer.
This program has limited places and is available for adults and children aged 5 and over.
Learn to Run Information:
This program has limited places and is available for adults and children aged 8 and over who are able to walk at least 10 meters unassisted.
If you would like to participate, you are required to complete an enrolment form for your child and submit a GP clearance prior to starting.
For further information and to obtain a copy of the enrolment form please send us an email at or alternatively you can email the program directly.