Hartbeeps Cairns - Baby Classes Stratford | Childhood Development Classes Cairns
When it comes to the learning and development of your children, you should only trust the best.
That’s why if you are looking for the best baby classes in Cairns, then Hartbeeps Cairns is the perfect choice for you.
Hartbeeps combines fun with learning in a creative way that is sure to engage your little one.
Early Childhood Learning Stratford
Early childhood is a crucial time in the mental development and growth of a baby.
At Hartbeeps, we make learning fun!
This creative attitude towards learning new things encourages the children to be inquisitive and curious about the world.
Hartbeesp offers classes to various age groups, from babies to toddlers. Hartbeeps also offers baby and toddler music classes in Cairns North and other suburbs in the Cairns area.
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Hartbeeps Cairns offers the following classes:
- Mum & Baby Classes
- Baby Classes
- Toddler Classes
- Baby Music Classes
- Toddler Music Classes
- Pre-School Training
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To give your child the gift of music, then get in touch today.
Childhood Development Classes Cairns
If you want to have fun with your little one, building a sound foundation for your child’s education, then Hartbeeps is the one for you!
You can contact Hartbeeps Cairns seven days a week, from 9am to 5pm. Dial 0410 23# ### during office hours and get the details of classes best suited for your little angel.
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“My now 3 year old son was failing to meet some of his growth milestones as he suffers from aspergers, so our GP recommended that he go and see an Occupational Therapist.
The therapists at Southern River were great, very experienced with cases such as ours and gave me some really sound advice. My son has since started to reach some of his growth goals and I couldn't be happier. Thank you so much.”
“Dr. Cummins is an exceptional surgeon. All information was explained clearly pre and post op. Our son had a jejunal atresia and malrotaion that was diagnosed at birth. Dr. Cummins came to the hospital from home and operated at midnight. A few years post first op wer saught the services of Dr. Cummins again to do another procedure on our son. Again everything went smooth. Dr. Cummins bed side manner was outstanding and her ability to talk to children at their level made the experience a whole lot easier.”
“I found Dr Power to be very unprofessional and hasty. First meeting he diagnosed my 5 year old son with ODD after receiving a brief referral and observing his 5 minute play and weighing him? and told me this could not be medicated and he would hopefully grow out of it. 3 months later on our second appointment he failed to even look at my son, sat with his back to him the entire 10 minutes we were there as he was playing noisily behind him and told me he did not have time to go over my sons behaviour sheets as he has 31 other children to see today but he can medicate that noisy play in the back ground and then proceeded to write me out a script for Ritalin with no consumer information, no alternative advise, no explanation and when asked the side effects of this DRUG he told me he may loose a little weight which he could do with any way!!!!!! my son is 5 and a half and weighs 21kg!
Not impressed Dr Power and such a shame as now we are going to have travel 4 hours to seek some REAL PROFFESSIONAL advise.”
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