Why Chose an EarlyEd Therapist?
Our Speech Therapists, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Behaviour Support Specialists and Special Educators have extra training and experience in best practices in early intervention which include:
- aspects related to the specific and individual needs of children with both delays in development and disability
- holistic approaches to intervention your child
- family centred approaches to supports
- working with childcare and preschools
- working collaboratively with schools and families
- supporting children in community settings
Click below to learn more about our therapists.
A Key Worker is an early childhood intervention professional who will work with your family for your family.
Physiotherapists have expertise in large muscle movement and function, who work in partnership with families to assist the child in their strength, balance and mobility.
Occupational Therapists have expertise in the development of small muscles and sensory issues to enhance a child’s independence, self-care, play and social skills.
Speech Pathologists have expertise in helping children to communicate either verbally or through other ways such as Key Word Sign or visuals and to understand others. They can also support with feeding issues and starting solids.
Behaviour Specialists have expertise in supporting children in regards to behaviour that can affect learning or participation in the community.
Special Educators have expertise in supporting children and their families to be included in their natural environment, educational and community settings. The child’s overall needs are enhanced by facilitating their learning and development.
Family Support Workers (Social Workers and Psychologists) have expertise in supporting children, families, groups and communities. Support is offered to help you identify and find solutions for any concerns that you may be experiencing.