Information session: early childhood intervention

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Come and join our experienced NDIS Transition team for an early childhood intervention information session on Monday 19 June for parents and carers of children aged 0-6 years.

You’ll get to hear about the NDIA’s early childhood intervention approach and the programs we’ve developed using the latest brain science to support children with disability reach their potential.

How we can help

Getting your head around what this all means for your family can be tricky. That’s why we’re holding an information session to help you gain an understanding of what this means to you and your family, and how best to prepare.

During our Early Childhood Information session, our team will explain the importance of brain science in helping children with disability reach their potential.

We will look at how neuroplasticity can train the brain to achieve new challenges and how being exposed to new learning opportunities on a regular basis, supported by the best research into therapy for disability, can make a world of difference to your child.


DATE:   Monday 19 June 2017

VENUE: St Luke’s Anglican Church – corner Kingsway and Jackson Avenue, Miranda

TIME: 11am-1.00pm + 6.00pm-8.00pm

REGISTER: Click here to register your attendance

Why you need to know

The Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach is how the NDIA is working with providers like Cerebral Palsy Alliance.

With the ECEI rolling out across the state in line with the NDIS transition, Cerebral Palsy Alliance is keen to support parents/carers preparing for the future of their little ones.

Preparing ahead of time is key to ensuring your child can access the supports and services they require to achieve the best possible outcomes throughout their life.

Join us on Monday 19 June to learn and hear about:

  • the ECEI process
  • preparations needed to get ahead
  • neuroplasticity and how it’s transforming the way we think about brain injuries
  • apps for playtime learning
  • our early childhood program
  • other parents’ experiences

It’s also a time for you to ask questions and hear from other parents who are on the same NDIS journey as you.

Unable to attend?

If you’re not free to join us, please email our team with your contact details and we will post you an information pack. We can also put you in touch with your closest NDIS transition team for further assistance.