Early Intervention Support
The early years are the foundation for a child’s health development and readiness for lifelong learning. All children should have access to, and participate in, opportunities that support and promote their optimum health, development, learning, safety and wellbeing.
What is early intervention support? For some children, including those with a disability and/or developmental delay, extra supports are required so that they have the greatest chance to participate successfully in these opportunities. A child’s confidence will grow as they learn new skills, new ideas and ultimately this has a positive impact on their health and wellbeing.
Early Intervention is the process of providing specialised support and services for infants and young children with a disability and/or developmental delay, and their families, in order to promote development, well-being and community participation.
Spectrum Clarity’s vision for early intervention support is –
Families caring for a child with a disability or developmental delay are able to access flexible and responsive specialist supports within the universal platform of services, to support them in raising their children within the family and community and enabling them to achieve their developmental, social and emotional potential.