OnTrac Group Programs

OnTrac is a collaborative group program helping people build confidence, independence, and useful skills for ADHD management. The program brings participants together with others their own age who are facing similar challenges.

OnTrac is broken into several groups and teaches age-appropriate strategies they can use in everyday life. This includes techniques to improve behaviour at school, home, parenting, work and psychoeducation on ADHD, building skills relating to organising, planning, and prioritising, managing distractibility, reducing procrastination, improving communication, and improving anger or frustration management.

OnTrac Programs

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Parent & Child (Combined) OnTrac (7 – 10 years) | Tween OnTrac (11 – 13 years)

Parent & Child (Combined) OnTrac (7 – 10 years)

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  • 6 Week group program for both the parent and child (due to space restrictions, only one parent to attend)
  • Child must have a formal ADHD Diagnosis and be aged between 7 and 10 years old
  • Tuesday’s | 4pm – 6pm | Commencing 9 August (16th Aug, 23rd Aug, 30th Aug, 6th Sep, 13th Sep)
  • Complimentary Q&A session on Wednesday 21st September with guest speaker
  • $620 ($100 per 2 hour weekly session, plus $20 for consumables)
  • Medicare rebate if eligible with a valid referral

DOWNLOAD: Rationale for Parent & Child OnTrac

  • Term 4: Due to commence 18th October, but to be confirmed closer to the time

Book Term 3


Tween OnTrac (11 – 13 years)

  • 6 Week group program for tweens aged between 11 and 13 years
  • Tween must have a formal diagnosis of ADHD
  • Wednesday’s | 5pm – 7pm | Commencing 10 Aug (17, 24, 31 Aug, 7, 14th Sep)
  • Complimentary Q&A session on 21st September with guest speaker
  • Parent one-on-one session with facilitator included
  • $720 ($116.67 per 2 hour weekly session plus $20 for consumables – and – includes one-on-one parent session with facilitator)
  • Medicare rebate if eligible with a valid referral

Book Term 3


DOWNLOAD: Rationale for Tween OnTrac

  • Term 4: Due to commence 19th October, but to be confirmed closer to the time


Grace da Camara

Registered Psychologist

Grace is a registered psychologist specialising in working with parents of children of all ages, with ADHD, as well as partners of individuals with ADHD. Her passion for working with ADHD comes from experiencing its impact on her own family. As a parent to a child with ADHD, she recognised the need for greater knowledge…

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Online only

8:30am to 4:30pm


$140 per session

Registered Psychologist


If you feel that you would eligible for a rebate under Medicare Better Access Initiative due to mental health difficulties encountered in managing ADHD symptoms, then you could meet with your GP or Specialist to discuss your eligibility for a Mental Health Care Plan and obtain a referral under the Better Access Initiative, namely group therapy item number 80120.

You will need to supply your referral letter from a specialist or a mental health plan and referral from a GP for Group Therapy, item no 80120. Participants without referrals are welcome to participate, however, they will be not be entitled to a Medicare Rebate.

DOWNLOAD: Referral letter for GP or Specialist

Medicare Rebate

For those who have an eligible referral, a receipt per session attended will be emailed following attendance at a session. These receipts can be used to claim a Medicare rebate of approximately $22.55 per session attended. Please note that Medicare rebates cannot be claimed for sessions which the client does not attend and it is a Medicare requirement that a minimum of 6 participants attend in order for any participants to get the rebate. We cannot guarantee the rebate due to participant non-attendance should total numbers fall below the minimum requirement of 6.

Private Health Care

If you wish to access your private healthcare cover, please check with your provider if you are entitled to a rebate from your private health insurance policy.

Fee Agreement

Registration and payment mean that I understand that I am expected to pay the course fee in advance of the start of the course, and I am not entitled to a refund for non-attendance. I further understand that receipts for the purpose of claiming Medicare rebates will be issued on a session by session basis, and will be not issued if for any missed sessions. I understand that it is the client’s responsibility to process Medicare claims.

    • Participants need to be able to commit to 6 or 7 weekly, two-hour sessions (depending on the program)
    • Minimum 7 and maximum 10 participants
    • Participants must have an ADHD Diagnosis
    • Medicare rebates apply for those with an eligible referral
    • For Tween program, parent involvement is required, however, the child is the main collaborator.

The program is offered under Medicare’s Better Access Initiative (namely Group Therapy). In order to benefit from the Medicare rebate, participants need to have a valid referral from their Paediatrician, Psychiatrist, or a Referral and Mental Health Plan (MHP) from their GP.