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 Why would you use a toy library? Have you been tempted to buy a toy because you think it might teach your child something they need to learn? Have you then found they played with it once and never again? Why use a toy library? Have you bought a toy because you think your child [...]

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Supporting children to have something to say When a child experiences significant difficulties learning to talk, parents worry about what is the best thing to do. The main questions facing them at this time are: Do I need to try some sort of communication system? If I use a communication system will it slow my [...]

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Toilet Training…. Are You Ready? Toilet training is one of those areas parents are keen to sort out as soon as is possible in a child’s life. If your child is delayed with their learning you will want to be able to know when the right time is to start and what things you can [...]

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EarlyEd Supports NSW Carers Week  EarlyEd recognises the critical role all family members play in supporting their child who needs early intervention. National Carers Week is dedicated to acknowledging carers in Australia, runs from Sunday 15 – Saturday 21 October 2017. The theme for National Carers Week is Carers Count. By letting people know how [...]

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Spotlight On: Occupational Therapy at EarlyEd Namrita Singh, occupational therapist at EarlyEd, talks about her role in delivering early intervention services to children with disabilities and delays. Find out more about her day-to-day role at EarlyEd and what it’s like being an occupational therapist in a transdisciplinary team. What do you enjoy most about working [...]

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