Thanks to CSU and all our supporters for their generous donations towards decodable readers, equipment for our learning room and assistive technology for our service.
Celebrating Early Connections Occupational Therapists OT Week 2019. All our friendly Occupational Therapists have lots of experience working with children with disabilities to help them build their skills.
Internationally renowned reading researcher Dr David Kilpatrick to recently visited Australia on a National Tour with Learning Difficulties Australia. Early Connections Mary Cameron was there to meet him.
More than 1.2 million Australians have a communication disability and 20% of four year old children have difficulty understanding or using language
Win a Thermomix valued at $2000 We have just 200 tickets for sale to win an amazing prize, the latest Thermomix. At $20 per ticket you have to be in it to win it. This exciting raffle will be drawn at the Trivia Night @ Sawtell RSL on the 27th Sept 2019. If you win you … Continue reading “Coffs Coast Trivia Night and Thermomix Raffle”
Professional Development for Early Childood Educators focusing on meaningful inclusion Tuesday 24 September • 9am to 2.30pm, Early Connections 34 Belgrave St, Kempsey NSW
After 12 months of individual speech pathology sessions Connor is now able to read short texts and is beginning to write sentences.
Thanks for helping us improve our early childhood intervention services by taking this quick 3 minute survey. If you’re an early childhood centre, allied health professional, parent or carer, your feedback is important.
Thanks Telstra for your donation to support children with disabilities. If you have a business and would like to support Mid North Coast families contact us.
Make a confident start to the 2019 school year with the new Port Macquarie Early Connections Literacy Team.
Saya’s story helps you understand how the Early Connections team works collaboratively using the transdisciplinary model to support your child.
An emotional intelligence program for school aged children 6-9 years Port Macquarie and Wauchope
Port Macquarie – Introducing our six week group program for children starting school in 2019.
Communication Access is the theme for Speech Pathology Week 19-25 August 2018.
The Coffs Coast 8 week Circle of Security program starts on 6 September 2018. Register today.
Find out about changes to the referral pathway for new families of children aged 0 – 6.
Early Connections Alliance is officially recognised by Early Childhood Intervention Australia for best practice in action on the Mid North Coast.
Creating opportunities for young people to find out more about careers in Early Childhood Intervention.
Six year old, Janalia has Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy. Read her NDIS story here.
Your feedback helps to guide our programming and can be used to support our grant applications for new parent support projects in the future.
March 14th, 2018, is Swallowing Awareness Day. Did you know humans swallow at least 900 times a day?
Kerrianne White, Special Education Teacher, Early Connections Port Macquarie/Hastings featured in this months Focus Magazine.
Join us for a social stories workshop Tuesday 14th November 5.30pm – 7.30pm in Port Macquarie. Call (02) 6583 8238 to book.
Happy #OTWeek2017! This week we celebrate occupational therapy and the positive impact our occupational therapists have on individuals and the community.
Sara Philips parenting coach from Mindful Parenting, Mindful Coaching shared lots of fantastic tips and strategies for parents with children starting school in 2018. Thanks Sara.
Thanks to the Lake Cathie Ladies Bowling Club an incredible 62 Woolworths sticker books will help buy therapy equipment for local children with disabilities.
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 ECIA Conference themed ‘Beyond Possibilities – Investing in the Future,’ gives early childhood professionals an opportunity to understand the NDIS and the impact on children with a developmental delay or disability.
For the first time, professionals working in Australia’s childhood disability services sector can access new Guidelines for Best Practice in Early Childhood Intervention.