NDIS Childhood Intervention Services (Southern Melbourne)


Tailored support when and where you need it.

At EACH, we believe families are the key people in a child’s life.

That’s why we work closely with you to help your child to identify goals that are important to you and your child. We can support your child in the places where they spend their time – at home, childcare, kindergarten, school etc.

Through Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy Services, your child can develop the skills they need to take part in everyday activities.

We offer NDIS Childhood Intervention support across the North Eastern, Eastern and South Eastern regions of Melbourne.

Get in touch today to discuss how we can support your family.

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Childhood Intervention Occupational Therapy Services

We support children of all ages to develop skills to be able to participate confidently in everyday activities at home, childcare, kindergarten, school and other community settings:


Play/Social interaction skills/Pre-intentional/Preverbal language


Managing difficult behaviour/Providing alternatives to difficult behaviour/Motivation and energy

Motor skills

Strength, control and movement of the fingers, hands, wrists, limbs and trunk


Identification/Exploration/Impact on everyday experiences/Finding alternatives/Maintaining equilibrium

Cognition and Learning

Attention/Planning/Memory/Recall/Organisation/Sequencing/Processing/Problem Solving



Building Independence in Self Care

Identification of problem areas/Matching self-care tasks with appropriate age/Strategies


Childhood Intervention Speech Therapy Services

Through our Speech Therapy service, we support children of all ages who are having difficulties with communication. We support your child to develop the following communication skills and challenges:

Pre-intentional/Preverbal Language

Eye contact, hand gestures, body language, babbling

Verbal/Expressive Language 

What the child says themselves – vocabulary, content, form and use

Comprehension/Receptive Language 

What the child understands when spoken to

Literacy, including phonological awareness 

Sounds, and how they relate to letters

Social Communication  

Non-verbal and verbal cues, invitations to play, taking turns, sharing, swapping, making friends


Movement of tongue, lips, jaw etc. to make speech

Augmentative and Alternative Communication  

PECS, Communication boards, Visuals

Assistive Technology 

LAMP, Proloquo2go

Get in touch today to discuss how we can support your family.


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