What is special about Kids Chance?


Our therapy has no secrets. We are looking for the latest knowledge of neuroscience and combine it with the practical experience of the previous forms of therapy. Here, employees of various therapies (physiotherapy and occupational therapy, speech therapy, orthonology and pedagogy) work together in a team on the child. The measures are used from all the possible therapy and pedagogy methods that are best suited for the child. Sometimes it is more occupational therapy, sometimes more physiotherapy, or pedagogical parts of the therapy.


Since the child cannot be treated alone with one part of a concept, all therapists in the team use the concept parts of the other therapists (i.e. occupational therapy with physiotherapy, together with pedagogical components, etc.). We call this form of therapy “transdisciplinary” – a further development of interdisciplinary therapy.

Transdisciplinary teams do not work according to a concept. The concept is being developed.

The great advantage of such teams is not only the optimal therapy of the child, but also the continuous further development of previous therapies. You can imagine this as a concoction in a witch’s cauldron – the competence of each individual therapist goes far beyond the usual competence of individual therapy.


We also pass on this competence of the transdisciplinary team of the Kids Chance to you. We will show you how exactly those steps, the measures that your child needs to be optimally promoted, work. It doesn’t have to be exhausting. Sometimes it’s just small “tricks”, sometimes aids that you get at Ikea (quite simply).


Practicing is often perceived as tedious – we also practice, and it’s fun! Practicing is constant repetition. This usually happens automatically. As we walk, we practice the steps: put one leg in front of the other, again and again. We are not thinking about how we are going. That’s because of our plan in the brain. We don’t practice going, we have a goal where we want to go. The steps happen automatically. This is how we practice with your child. We need a goal that is welcome. The creativity for this is your child’s own, we just have to recognize it.

Scientific background

We haven’t reinvented anything, but we’re using the experience of neuroscience. And what we can’t find there, we get ourselves out of working practice.

Correction: Maybe we invented something new

… you mean

Dr Wolfgang Kubik