Resilient Kicks specialise in innovative disability and mental health services for children and young adults in Adelaide. Their services follow an Emotional Resilience Program centered on promoting psychological and emotional health.

They run group programs in Inclusive Dance, Inclusive Art Therapy & their Inclusive Football Academy.

Their services are facilitated by various qualified professionals using the demonstration and teachings of evidence-based psychological strategies through a variety of disability support services and programs.

They offer a non-clinical and compassionate approach that is inviting and nurturing which has shown to achieve real impact with young clients.

Resilient Kicks

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