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Speech Pathology Week 2017

During Speech Pathology Week, from 20-26 August, the Alliance encourages parents to think about their children’s communication and if they are concerned they can call for advice about Early Childhood Intervention, the NDIS and supports currently available.

Fussy Feeding Workshop focusing on sensory issues

Join our Fussy Feeding Workshop focusing on sensory issues. Presented by Mary Cameron, Speech Pathologist & Kristen Colthorpe, Occupational Therapist
Wednesday 21st June PORT MACQUARIE 5.30pm – 7.30pm

Connect with us at two free NDIS information sessions

Join us for TWO NDIS INFORMATION SESSIONS focusing on Early Childhood Intervention
Thursday June 22 2017 12.30 – 2.30pm or 6.00pm – 8.00pm

Mad Hatter House opens doors to Early Connections

Mad Hatter House have partnered with Early Connections to bring more early childhood intervention services to Wauchope and surrounds. Early Connections will meet families at 24 Hastings Street, Wauchope during school hours on Monday to Friday.

Three locations for Early Connections Port Macquarie / Hastings

Introducing two new locations for Early Connections – Port Macquarie/Hastings. With the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme we can offer expanded services and a growing team of professionals to families in the Port Macquarie region.

NSW ACT ECIA Conference 2017

The ECIA Conference themed ‘Beyond Possibilities – Investing in the Future,’ gives early childhood professionals an opportunity to understand the NDIS and the impact on children with a developmental delay or disability.

The Trandisciplinary Key Worker

You may have heard the term “Key Worker”, you may have one already through Early Connections or you may be interested in learning about the most evidence based way of coordinating a range of supports for your child.

Release of National Guidelines for Best Practice in Early Childhood Intervention.

For the first time, professionals working in Australia’s childhood disability services sector can access new Guidelines for Best Practice in Early Childhood Intervention.