During Speech Pathology Week, from 20-26 August, the Alliance encourages parents to think about their children’s communication and if they are concerned they can call for advice about Early Childhood Intervention, the NDIS and supports currently available.
The theme for Speech Pathology Week 2017 20-26 August is: Communication access: Everyone gets the message! There are a number of simple ways to better communicate with a person with communication disability.
From mealtime tantrums to super market meltdowns, Stepping Stones Triple P helps parents sort through the big and small issues of family life- and raise happy and confident children.
Six year old, Janalia has Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy. Read her families story about their experience with Early Connections and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
The Early Childhood Intervention Australia (ECIA) Excellence Awards celebrate excellence, passion, vision and commitment to assist children with developmental delay or disability and their families to achieve their goals.
For news, workshops, events and updates on campaigns like #AcceptDifference please follow @EarlyConnections and share with families looking for #EarlyIntervention on the #MidNorthCoast.
Director of Early Connections Port Macquarie, Beth Todd and Manager Early Connections Coffs Harbour, Caryn Maher will present at the Early Childhood Intervention Australia (ECIA) Conference in Sydney on 26th May 2017.