Early Childhood Intervention

Early intervention may modify the trajectory of a child’s developmental journey

Early Childhood Intervention involves identification of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and the development of specific interventions to improve functional capacity and learning.  Children aged 0-6 can benefit from Early Childhood Intervention as these are the important formative years of their development and education.

Not all children referred for Early Childhood Intervention have, or will end up with a diagnosis of ASD.  Very often the diagnosis of developmental disorders are delayed to allow time for the child to ‘catch up’, but the monitoring of progress needs to be done closely.  If the child requires additional support during this time, it is important to be able to access this early.

We partner with The Shrink Academy who is an accredited provider of Early Childhood Early Interventions (ECEI) under NDIS.  Whilst not every child will qualify for NDIS, they are very likely to be able to assist in accessing this where eligible, which would open up many support options available.

The Shrink Academy is able to provide a turnkey service in diagnosis, management, treatment and access to required supports such as NDIS.  If you have concerns about your child’s cognitive or behaviour development, please reach out to them and they would be happy to assist.

To learn more about Early Childhood Intervention please visit them at The Shrink Academy.