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Toilet Training…. Are You Ready? There are good reasons why there are chapters upon chapters written about toilet training and even fun children’s books on the subject. Toilet training is more than just learning a routine. It is challenging for children and requires a huge set of skills for a child to acquire. That is why [...]

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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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Does This Child Need Help? How to handle difficult conversations with parents. When I first heard about this course, I thought ‘this is perfect’.  The ‘Does this child need help?’ course was developed to help childcare and preschool teachers talk to parents when there are concerns about a child’s development or behaviour. It can also [...]

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Bike Week EarlyEd supports NSW Bike Week. https://bicyclensw.org.au/events/bikeweek/ Our local newspapers have provided you will some great places for bike riding. Check these out . Bike riding is a great social activity for families and gives children a sense of belonging as well as providing a fun way to take part in exercise. For all [...]

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“Play For All” Inclusive Play Spaces Open in the Northern Beaches Innovative inclusive spaces are taking shape across 5 pocket parks in Belrose funded by Northern Beaches Council. Why not visit each one to see how they all link together? You can find them at Windrush Ave, Maple Pl, Wentworth Pl, Lindrum st and Pusan [...]

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