Thank you for your interest in Cyclabilities road safety and learn to cycle program. We are very excited about this program and would love your child and you to be part of this!
Below is some information about the program. If you would like to be contacted about coming sessions, please complete the table below and email it back to us!
Cyclabilities is a road safety and learning to cycle program run by a transdisciplinary team of teachers, exercise physiologists and occupational therapists. The program is individualised and works to meet the goals and aspirations of each participant.
Over the course of ten weeks your child will be supported with an individualised cycling program developing the participant’s confidence, balance and coordination leading towards riding a bicycle independently and safely.
The road safety component of the program looks to develop road safety skilling in regards to understanding what a road is, how to cross a road safely and understanding of basic road rules.
A key component of the program is supporting children’s communication, emotional regulation, listening and concentration skills. These skills will be supported and scaffolded throughout each lesson.
Specific individual goals will be determined during the first session and will vary from individual to individual (e.g one child’s goal may be to ride a balance bike, whereas another child’s goal may be to ride without training wheels).
The program is run by educators and allied health professionals (exercise physiologists and occupational therapists). It is strongly based on motor learning/play based theory.
The cost of the program is $450. This cost includes insurance, equipment access, instruction by educators and Allied Health Professionals, insurance, support and access to the Members Only area of Cyclabilities website. If you are registered with the NDIS and self-managing your funds you may be eligible to use funding to access the program as we are a therapy based program. If you would like to discuss this further, please contact us.