When: 29th September 2019
Where: Heffron Park Field 71
(Directly opposite Moving Mountains Therapy Clinic and behind Matraville Gymnastics)
Sense Rugby was founded in October 2015 by Paediatric Occupational Therapist, Carlien Parahi and Australian Rugby Sevens Olympian, Jesse Parahi.
Sense Rugby is a rugby based Occupational Therapy program designed to help kids who usually find it difficult to be part of a sports team. There are many reasons why kids may struggle to find success and enjoyment in sport. We are here to help you get to the bottom of it and send them on their way to success.
Some of the goals families have when they join a Sense Rugby program include for their kids to:
Develop their confidence and self-esteem
Find a regular activity that can be their own
Learn a new skill that gives them a great community to belong to for life
Find a way to get the movement they seek in an appropriate environment
Learn how to follow instructions, wait their turn and be part of a group
Learn how to manage their emotions
Improve their ability to self-regulate
..and many more!
Sense Rugby has a few key values that help us help kids. We always have an experienced Paediatric Occupational Therapist that works with trained rugby players to help the kids to achieve success. We utilise a child’s strengths and their motivation to help them to participate and we focus on creating a positive successful social experience first and foremost.
We’d love for your family to join our community and become part of the team!