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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahly View Post
    I don't want her to be the only kid in her class at school when they do bike awareness in a few months time that is on trainer wheels and still a poor rider. That would make her very anxious and embarrassed and would cause her undue stress. So without putting too much pressure on her I know for herself she needs to learn to ride soon. Also I do think it is a skill that, despite not being life-saving, is requisite, like learning to read, write, swim and use your manners!
    Did you say you are in Melbourne? Have you seen this organisation? They might have something to offer. Also, ask at your local bike shop.

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    Contact a children's ot, and ask them if they know of anyone offering a course.

    I saw a brochure at ot recent for paed physio who ran a course in bris.

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