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Some children need ongoing support to develop their motor skills. Physiotherapists recognise that finding everyday ways to practice skills achieves this best results. Bikes are not only a fun activity but also have many benefits for your child and their development. Children of all ages and levels of ability can get involved with bikes. EarlyEd’s Bike Days on September 24th & 26th can help you find a way to get your child on a bike [...]

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You can probably relate to this situation. You go to a supermarket and your child wants you to buy the packet of lollies at the register. Your answer is “No”: You don’t want your child eating lollies! You’re in charge, you’re the parent and you’ve said “no”. But your child isn’t taking “no” for an answer. You repeat yourself: “No”. They get louder and more demanding. You don’t want your child to be making a scene. You have to work out what to do next. [...]

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Tumbalong Lights is an inclusive playground that allows everyone to play and engage with Vivid Sydney 2018. Created by Cushman Wakefield, with design assistance from EarlyEd, the event will excite all children as they interact with Vivid Sydney. [...]

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Tumbalong Lights is an inclusive playground that allows everyone to play and engage with Vivid Sydney 2018. Created by Cushman Wakefield, with design assistance from EarlyEd, the event will excite all children as they interact with Vivid Sydney. [...]

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EarlyEd wants to bring together families, early childhood intervention practitioners and community members to collaborate on a project focusing on the needs of families when a baby has a disability or delay in their development. [...]

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EarlyEd highly values the amazing people that give up their time to volunteer for us and to help the families that we provide services for. Meet some of these great volunteers here. [...]

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Why Sport Benefits Child Development How important is sport?  For some Australians – extremely!  It’s seen by many as a core part of our culture. What value is there then for children, especially children with a disability to actively participate in sport? Involvement in sport as a child, even a non-competitive sport, has a large [...]

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Planning for Your NDIS Review Before your NDIS plan finishes you will need to have a review. EarlyEd has some tips to help you prepare for your NDIS review. We suggest you take the following information with you to the review meeting. Progress Report Ensure that you have a progress report from your provider. Ask [...]

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