The Healthy Kids Bus Stop pulled over at Goulburn Public School to do a check-up on kids aged three to five years.
The visit was over three days, Tuesday to Thursday, November 19-21.
Healthy Kids Bus Stop spokesperson, Felicity McDonnell said the aim was to ensure children had the skills needed to be ready for school.
"The period from three to five years of age is key in a child's development," she said.
"Yet, accessing the specialist paediatric care needed to assess and address developmental issues can be difficult for families living in the rural areas surrounding Goulburn.
"We take a look at the kids and see whether they have any problems that could affect them when they start kindergarten.
"We give them a quick dental checkup, check up on their fine and gross motor skills as well as inform parents on things such as a healthy diet for their children.
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"On our truck, away from all the noise, we also check the kids' hearing."
The Healthy Kids Bus Stop is funded by a grant from IMB Bank Community Foundation.
IMB Bank chief executive Robert Ryan said the foundation was always happy to help the community whenever possible.
The Healthy Kids Bus Stop is just one great example of a community group in Goulburn making a real difference, Mr Ryan said.
"The foundation is tremendously proud to be able to help facilitate change at a grass roots level."
The Healthy Kids Bus Stop heads to different parts of the country 10 to 12 times a year and deals with over 2000 kids in that time.
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