ECIS Psychological & Occupational Service!
Having a child with a developmental delay or disability can substantially impact both the child and their family. Evidence suggests that early intervention helps children with disabilities to better engage with their families and communities and improve their expectations in life.
We realize that every family's circumstances and needs are different. Our skilled practitioners/early childhood educator will assist in designing packages specifically suited to an individual based on age, gender, family values, needs, goals, and the environment.
Our Key Worker Model:
our family will be allotted a Key Worker from our team. Our group comprises occupational therapists, speech pathologists, early childhood educators, and psychologists.
They will aid you in working toward accomplishing all of the dreams that you have for your child. They will assist you in enforcing therapeutic techniques into your daily routines and join your household to provide different resources/services considered necessary.
This model is constructed on proof that families are more satisfied with one carrier provider, that a common factor of contact and guide enhances coordination, and that it is much less disturbing and confusing.
Your family may additionally also receive NDIS therapeutic support (directly or indirectly) from different specialists in the team, relying on the desires recognized and the degree of knowledge required.
We will work in the environment your child is familiar with (home, child care, kindergarten, or other neighborhood environment).
This is because children learn best in the places where they have spent the most time, doing the things they are most interested in, with people who matter the most.
We will work with you to assist in your child's development, helping them become more independent and supporting their participation in daily life.
Areas of Assistance We Offer:
Being a renowned NDIS psychology provider, we constitute an agile and result-driven early childhood approach. Our NDIS Psychology services are vast and comprise the following services:
- Increasing independence in self-care competencies – feeding, toileting, dressing
- Fussy Eating
- Behavior Management
- Pre-Literacy skills
- Pre-Numeracy skills
- Creativity & Art
- Motor Skills - Gross Motor and Fine Motor
- Sensory regulation
- Social Skills
- Emotional regulation
- Parent schooling and support
- Accessing services in the community
- School Transition
- Innovative community participation
- Pets and animal-assisted learning