Early Childhood Intervention

Our Early Childhood Intervention service focuses on providing specialised support to infants and young children aged 0-8 with developmental delays or disabilities, regardless of diagnosis.

An Early Childhood Interventionist is a lead therapist who can support you and your child through your entire NDIS journey.

Early Child Intervention support is available to children aged 0-8 and their families. Once your child is aged over 8, we can continue to provide support as your lead therapist.

Who are Early Childhood Interventionists?

Early Childhood Interventionists can be any qualified allied health professionals who have a trusting relationship with your child and your family. As your Early Childhood Interventionist will be your primary point of contact, it’s vital they can build a strong rapport and respect with your child and family. Your Early Childhood Interventionist will engage a variety of professionals to provide an integrated support team. Each member of the team contributes knowledge and skills by collaborating and, collectively, the team determines the best approach for your child.

An Early Childhood Interventionist may be an:

Occupational Therapist
Physiotherapist
Speech Pathologist
Developmental Educator
Early Childhood Educator
Social Worker

How it works?

  1. One of our experienced practitioners will conducted an initial functional assessment to determine which Early Childhood Interventionist is best fit for you, your child and your family.
  2.  Your Early Childhood Interventionist will then develop a Family Support Plan which identifies the goals that are most important to you and your child.
  3. Our Early Childhood Interventionist will work directly with you and your child and call on the expertise of our other team members as required, so that you and your family have a united therapy team based around your child’s needs.

Where are supports provided?

We will work with your child and family to identify your child’s needs and develop a framework of intervention strategies. We will talk with you, your child’s carers and visit you and your child in a variety of settings – at home, preschool, school, a grandparent’s home or anywhere in your local community.