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From OTs to Key Workers: We’re Here for Your Child’s Development

Early Childhood Intervention Services Available!

For a limited time only, your first early childhood support (early childhood intervention) appointment is free!

Be supported by a key worker and therapy team who work together to help your child develop everyday skills and live to their full potential. Don’t miss out – get started today.

Our Gold Coast team has key workers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, and behaviour support practitioners available now. Speech pathologists have a three-week wait^.

See terms and conditions below.

Positive Changes Together With Our Key Worker Model

When you work with us, you’ll be matched with a key worker, who is a degree-qualified teacher with a thorough understanding of childhood development. They’ll take the time to get to know your family, what’s important to you all, and what you want to achieve. They’ll be your main contact for your services with us.

Additionally, they’ll coordinate services provided by therapists and practitioners on your team, which may include speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, behaviour support practitioners, and habit coaches. While each family’s team configuration depends on the child’s developmental needs and therapist availability, you can count on the support of a key worker, and at least one therapist for your early intervention services.

Tailored Support for Your Child and Family

Whether it’s enhancing social skills, making new friends, increasing independence, improving communication or mobility, our early childhood services help improve the well-being and quality of life for your child and family. When you choose us for early childhood supports, you can expect that we will:

  • Look at your child’s needs across all areas, rather than focusing solely on specific aspects of your child’s development
  • Provide services and support in your home and local community
  • Suggest ideas and approaches that consider the unique needs of your family to help develop your child’s skills
  • Help you adapt everyday routines so your child maximises their opportunities to learn new skills

We’re Ready to Get you Started

Your first step to getting started with early childhood support is to meet with a key worker, in your home. They get to know you, your family and child and other members of your support team to understand the outcomes you all want.

Is your child not yet a NDIS participant? Visit our NDIS page for information on getting your plan funded.

Terms and conditions

^Waittimes correct at 13 February 2024. We aim to provide accurate availability times, however timeframes do change quickly.

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