Early Childhood Intervention Program

We support the development of young children with disabilities to increase their independence, wellbeing and participation in everyday activities.

How we can help

Early intervention is vital to give children who have disabilities the best start in life. Our qualified therapists work with young children aged 0-8, their families and carers to build on strengths and develop key skills. Support can include:

  • Play and social skill development
  • Communication skill development
  • Mobility and movement support
  • Toileting, self-care and hygiene skill development
  • Feeding and mealtime management
  • Sleep support
  • School readiness and transition support
  • Relationship development
  • Behaviour support
  • Sensory and emotional regulation
  • Development of routines
  • Provision of aids and equipment that support Early Childhood development

Our early intervention program and disability support services are flexible and can be tailored to the needs of each individual, their family and their carers. Our aim is to ensure that we deliver the appropriate amount of support and care to give children living with a disability the skills they require to get ahead in life.

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