Early Childhood

This is an overview of the services we can offer for children under six

Early Childhood/Early Intervention

Life Choice’s Early Childhood, Early Intervention (“ECEI”) Programs are designed as an early response for children with developmental delay or disability.

Carefully planned early intervention can have a positive, growing and lasting benefit for children. The Programs also benefit parents, families and carers, offering practical information and advice, support options and assistance with arranging appropriate NDIS funding.

Life Choice ECEI will work with you using a range of assessment tools to identify priorities, evaluate options and help you design a practical, effective and family friendly support plan for your child.   

Life Choice’s ECEI Programs are always tailored to individual needs, circumstances and goals. They are backed by comprehensive in-home, on site and in-community services. You will also have direct access to a range of allied health services (such as speech therapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy etc) and assistance in sourcing other specialist support, equipment and facilities.

Our aim is to provide your child with stimulating early childhood settings such as play group and pre-school to expand opportunities to learn and to develop positive social relationships.

NDIS Support Options

The NDIS defines these supports using the following labels:

Capacity Building

  • Improved Daily Living Skills
  • Support Coordination
  • Increased Social and Community Participation
  • Improved Relationships
  • Improved Life Choice

Core Supports

  • Assistance with Daily Life
  • Transport Allowance
  • Assistance with Social and Community Participation

What Happens Next?

While there is broad information on this page, we offer services that are tailored to you and the only way we can really know the best way to serve you is if we talk.

So Let’s sit down, have a cuppa and talk about your options.

You can give us a call on (07) 41 236 288, request a callback using the form or pop in to the office.