About the logo
The Bell Curve will be known to some as a statistical figure. It describes how most people when tested fall within the `average` range, a few fall above or below average. This symbol forms the basis of the Kids Therapy Network logo. We know that some children struggle with aspects of their development and that life at the `below average` red end of the curve can be challenging and tiring. However being a curve there is the visual implication for progress and change. So it is true for our children.
The rainbow spectrum shows red as a warning, prompting us to stop and check this child`s development. The yellow is caution, monitor and watch this child`s progress carefully. Green has been boldly selected to remind us about the endless possibilities for growth.
With intervention we aim to help bring children together to feel healthy, hearty and to be whole people somewhere in the middle, happy, confident and participating in life successfully. The figure in the middle of our logo is just that little person.
What a Team
Cathy Love is an Occupational Therapist with over 20 years specialist experience in paediatrics, she is the founder and director of Kids Therapy Network.
KTN attracts Occupational Therapists who not only have excellent technical and professional abilities but an energy and passion for their work. Occupational Theraipsts Anjelee, Anni, Jackie, Ilana, Christel, Natalie, Neil.
Wendy the Office Manager is exceptional. Renee and Kylie work part time to manage the store and assist with admin.
We provide an excellent service to our clients by embracing family centred practice, collaborating with others and staying abreast of Occupational Therapy theory and practice developments.
Kids Therapy Network is now part of Everyday Independence Pty Ltd.
Everyday Independence is proud of its strong heritage of delivering highest quality therapy and rehabilitation services.
Spot for Kids, Kids Therapy Network and Australian Rehab Works are some of our brands that have built reputations for quality services to the disability sector working with children and adults.
These organisations, and their specialist Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist, Physiotherapist and Case Managers, now form Everyday Independence - continuing to support people to live an everyday life.
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