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In addition to individual supports (see more information
here), we also offer centre-based group programs for children and parents.
These programs are available to families of children who have an active ECEI NDIS plan and private paying families. Please note: we have no capacity for families to claim through Medicare or their private health insurance.
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Research based programs for parents and early childhood educators designed to support children with language delays, children with social communication difficulties and/or autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Key Word Sign is the use of manual signs and natural gesture to support communication.
Key Word Sign is used to encourage and support language development in children and adults with communication difficulties.
We offer training in Key Word Sign for parents, teachers and support staff.
Emotionally Intelligent Parenting - A six week group program for parents.
Parent workshop to assist with the development of a toilet training plan.
The Sleepwise Program is aimed at supporting the families/carers of young children (under 7 years of age) with developmental delay. It outlines a comprehensive approach to supporting children’s sleep.
The Parent-Child Mother Goose Program enhances the parent-child relationship through the pleasure of oral language experiences. Children gain skills in communication and social skills while parents develop confidence and skills in parenting. This program is open to the community and families with children with special needs. This program is sponsored by the
UBC and Waverley Auxiliary .
This group prepares children that are transitioning into a mainstream school environment. Focusing on your child developing independence, fine motor skills, emotional regulation and attention to task.
Based on the principles of the SOS approach to Fussy Eating, this group program aims to increase children’s tolerance of exposure to new foods and building oral motor skills. Parents attend this group with their children and watch the therapy room via a live stream. There is a parent education program that runs alongside the child group.
This group focuses on sensory regulation through music and movement and gross motor skill development. Parents attend this group with their child.