Early Childhood Intervention

As per the NDIS “Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach is available to all children aged under 7 with a developmental delay or disability”

ECEI is typically recommended by health practitioners and is considered important to ensure the a child diagnosed with a disability develops properly at an early age.

Common disabilities may involve learning disabilities, ADHD, autism, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy – these may cause children to develop at a slower rate than most children.

ECEI services include pediatric, occupational therapy, psychology, speech pathology, physiotherapy.

For a full guide to Early Intervention check out ECEI

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Early Childhood Intervention

Early Childhood Intervention Steps

  1. Contact an Early Childhood Partner once your child’s development needs are identified
  2. Receive useful information
  3. Work out your child’s support needs
  4. Your Early Childhood Partner will then connect you with the appropriate supports in your area and refer you to the appropriate services.
  5. Your Early Childhood Partner will then review your child’s progress based on your child’s support needs


Early Childhood Intervention is located in Capacity Building – Improved Daily Living in the NDIS Price Guide.