Thu 1 Jan 1970

Allambie Heights Campus
10/1/23 to 20/1/239am - 4pmWeekdays

With global recognition, HABIT-ILE is a breakthrough therapy for children who experience challenges with hand and gross motor function.

Developed in Belgium in 2011, HABIT-ILE leverages the latest science in neuroplasticity and is clinically proven to provide lasting and significant functional improvement.

HABIT-ILE uses playful and engaging methods that will motivate your child in a fun and social environment. 


What does it involve?

  • Craft, Scooter and Bike Riding
  • Everyday living skills
  • Gaming technologies


What are the outcomes?

  • Fine and gross motor skills accelerated development and improvement
  • Confidence and improve ability to participate in daily activities at home, at school and in the community


Who is the program for?

  • 6-13 years
  • Children who have mild to moderate cerebral palsy or similar condition (GMFCS I-III) who can follow instructions and participate in a group environment
  • With a goal to strengthen, fine tune or learn new motor skills so they can play and participate more confidently in everyday activities. Goals can include riding a two wheel bike, catching a ball, tying shoe laces, walking up and down stairs more independently and others.


For more information, visit our HABIT-ILE webpage.



Limited spaces available! 

Call 1300 888 378, email ask@cerebralpalsy.org.au or complete the registration form at the top of this page.

This program can be funded by your NDIS package, under the following categories:

Tell me more



Yuki Tesoriero.

Email ask@cerebralpalsy.org.au

Call 1300 888 378


187 Allambie Road
Allambie Heights New South Wales 2100