Early Childhood Intervention

The early childhood early intervention (ECEI) approach is for children aged 0-6 years who have an early childhood disability or developmental delay and are not receiving disability support already.

Early childhood intervention has been developed as a first point of call for families and aims to support and help children and their families develop the skills they need to take part in daily activities and achieve their ongoing goals.
Early childhood intervention services are crucial in providing tailored support and resources to help children reach their developmental milestones and thrive in their environments.

Supporting young children through early childhood intervention

Supporting young children through early childhood intervention encourages their active participation in everyday activities, fostering their development and boosting their confidence to explore their world.

The ECEI approach prioritizes the child’s development, implementing strategies that support young children in overcoming developmental obstacles and fostering an atmosphere that nurtures their innate potential.

Early Childhood Intervention Australia (ECIA) plays a pivotal role in providing specialised support to young children with developmental delays, assisting them in achieving their developmental milestones and enhancing their potential to thrive in their environments.

The Early Childhood partner is a crucial ally for families facing developmental concerns, offering customised strategies and resources to help children overcome these challenges and achieve their full potential.

NDIS Early childhood approach often includes family counselling and support, individual assessments and referrals to other healthcare professionals. They also provide parent education and training, as well as a range of therapeutic activities that focus on enhancing the child’s communication and social skills.

These therapies might include music therapy, speech pathology, occupational therapy, play therapy, and more. Early childhood intervention professionals also work closely with the child’s school and other pertinent professionals, providing necessary support in order for the child to be successful.

Our Early Childhood Intervention team consists of professional therapists including Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Psychologists, Speech Pathologists, and Educators.