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Early Childhood Supports -Webinars in March and April

Who is an Early Childhood Key Worker and what is their role in your child’s therapy services?

An Early Childhood Key Worker knows early childhood development, working alongside families with children up to eight years of age with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, and physical or intellectual disability. They serve as your main therapist, planning and delivering most of your child’s therapy and coordinating services from therapists on your team to support your family in achieving their goals.

Join our Early Childhood Lead, Tania Houghton, and Key Worker, Keren Hayes as they take you on a journey of how we deliver early childhood services to achieve the best outcomes for families. You’ll hear real-life stories and experiences of positive life changes in children and families supported by Everyday Independence’s Key Workers.

This webinar will focus on:

  • Explaining the Key Worker’s role in our team-based approach to delivering services
  • Demonstrating a community-based approach to enhancing your child’s participation and overall quality of life
  • Identifying the importance of early intervention and discussing when it should be considered

Session dates:

  • Thursday 7 March
  • Thursday 4 April

During the webinar, you’ll gain access to free downloadable resources to help you decide if we’re the right fit for your child and family. You can access our webinar at a time that works best for you and the recording will be made available post-event. When registering for the event, let us know if you have any questions, and we’ll try our best to answer them.  

Registrations are now open, save your spot now.

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