About Us

The mission at Links to Learning is to enhance the health, learning, cognitive function and productivity of those who are seeking to realize their full potential.

The principal belief of our work is based on 'Neuroplasticity' which is the brains ability to change.

We offer an evaluation to understand potential underlying causes of why an individual is experiencing challenges or not developing as expected

This simple checklist below will quickly give you an indication of the types of challenges we can typically support.

Auditory Processing Difficulties

Sound Sensitivities

Sensory Processing Difficulties

Speech and Language Delays

Reading and Spelling Challenges

Poor Social Engagement

Self-regulation

Attention Difficulties

Motor Coordination Challenges

Poor Learning Outcomes

Brain Injury

If the above resonates then it’s time to organise an initial appointment for us to gain an understanding of your needs and the potential underlying cause of those difficulties.

NDIS participants across Australia with self-managed or plan-managed funding can access some of our programs.

If you are unsure whether or not you’ll be able to access this program please

contact us.

Tracey Butler

Director, Practitioner, Trainer & International Speaker

Learn more about  our Director Tracey Butler and read her recently published Research - the largest study of its kind ever to be completed in the world.

For over 20 years, Links To Learning have had an international alliance with Advanced Brain Technologies (ABT) and ABT are continuing to develop innovative products which are a result of over 30 years of clinical research by experts in the field. ABT have the latest neuroscience and music research available.

Adele Suda

Senior Occupational Therapist

 Adele Suda is a Senior Occupational Therapist, Counsellor, Lecturer and Allied Health Consultant with over 28 years’ experience working with children and families with disabilities. 
Learn more about the amazing work that Adele does by clicking here.