Our Story


AIM Therapy was established in 2009 by an Occupational Therapist who recognised a gap in the market for a family-oriented, child-centric business that delivered therapy through play.

First providing Occupational Therapy, the business has expanded to offer Speech Pathology, then Physiotherapy and Psychology, so that families and children can access all they need under one roof.

Whether the referral is via the NDIS or private paying, AIM Therapy’s focus has always been the creation of a fun atmosphere, where children want to come, and where their families are understood, welcomed, supported and feel part of a community.

Many clients are long-term, reflecting AIM Therapy’s belief in helping children to gain foundational skills that last a lifetime.

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Our Values


We hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards, delivering our important services respectfully, honestly and fairly.


We strive for excellence in everything we do, understanding that high quality services are tailored, holistic, evidence based and innovative.


We believe that collaboration leads to empowerment, so we foster a family-centred, inclusive environment where children and their carers are valued and heard.


We put kindness first, supporting our clients, their support network and each other in an empathetic, sensitive and non-judgmental way.


We are diligent and consistent, doing what we say we will do. This commitment fosters trust and cultivates a culture of continuous improvement.


Our vision

To be the most trusted paediatric therapy service that empowers children to live life to their fullest potential.


Our mission

We develop and deliver play-based, family-focused, evidence-based and multidisciplinary care in a supportive environment. Our services are accessible and comprehensive, positively influencing the lives of children and families in a way that will stay with them forever.

Our services

NDIS and private paying: Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Physiotherapy and Psychology. Individual and group-based services.

• 100% paediatric therapy service, supporting children from 0-18 and also supporting children to transition to adult services.

• Supporting children living with a variety of disability types to build capacity in everyday skills and to participate in the community.

• Adopt a play-based approach, using the interests of the child to develop their skills and keep therapy interesting and relevant.

• Working with the family as a whole unit, we get to know the family members, dynamics, challenges, needs and interests to tailor our support.

• Happy to deliver the service where it is needed: school, day care, community, clinic or home. • School partnerships to ensure support for children regardless of scheme.



Perth, Western Australia. Clinics in Wembley, Canning Vale and Joondalup, plus community based and telehealth offering as required by children and families.

Our team

Size: 45+ team members working from three locations across Perth.

Operational team includes: Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Physiotherapists and Psychologists.

Other key roles include: Practice Managers, Clinical Leads, Team Leads and a supportive administrative team that is integral to a positive client experience.

Team culture

• Family is in everything we do: how we approach our work (‘family-first’), how we work with each other and how we respect our people’s time and help them to maintain a work/life balance (family-first there too). Our amazing admin team is the glue that holds us together.

• We love to be cheerleaders for each other, celebrating both personal and professional achievements and getting together for team lunches and social events.

• We’re supportive, not competitive. We enjoy networking, learning and being together. Leaders work across locations to access each other and provide support.

• We’re joyful, positive and nurturing. We’re flexible, fun and friendly. Want to accessorise for Halloween or Christmas? Go for it!

• Ultimately, we want to be a fun place to work for our people and a fun place to go to for the children we support and their families.

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Team benefits

• Career development specific to the area of paediatrics that a clinician works within, with a whole day and $500 (pro rata) to use annually (which can rollover to another year if needed, though we encourage all team members to use it). Time is set aside every week for our clinicians to better themselves professionally, and we enjoy monthly discipline specific training presentations and whole team professional development every month.

• Flexible work hours and the option to work part time, if preferred.

• Every fortnight we enjoy a lunch time meeting where we practice gratitude and share acknowledgements, thanks and updates.

• Regular team social events, personal celebrations and acknowledgement of discipline-specific days or weeks.