NDIS Early Childhood, Early Intervention Perth, Adelaide, Townsville & Brisbane
Early intervention refers to taking action as soon as possible to address child's developmental and support needs.
The best way to support the development and well-being of children with disabilities or developmental delays is through early intervention. It can assist children in developing the skills required to participate in daily activities.
NDIS Early Intervention
It is frequently stated that children are our most valuable asset and our best hope for the future. This is true whether or not a child has a disability or developmental delays. However, for these children, having the support they require to function at their best is their most valuable asset and source of hope for the future.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has an Early Intervention programme to help participants minimise the negative effects of disability. Supports for people with disabilities can reduce the future burden of their disability by addressing issues before they worsen when the need for intervention is identified at an early stage.
The NDIS early childhood intervention approach
Whether you or a loved one has a disability or you are simply interested in learning more about the programmes available to people with disabilities, the NDIS Early Intervention programme has a lot to offer.
Make sure you understand what it means to provide Early Intervention and how it can benefit you or a loved one. The NDIS early childhood approach focuses on getting your child early intervention as soon as possible.
It ensures that children under the age of seven who have developmental delays, developmental concerns, or disabilities have immediate access to support tailored to their specific needs and circumstances.
Your child can receive support under the NDIS early childhood approach without becoming an NDIS participant. This assistance could take the form of early connections or early supports.