Early Childhood Intervention (for children younger than 9)

From 1st July 2023, the age rang has changed for the NDIS early childhood approach to include children younger than nine. This change is being rolled out by NDIA over the next 2 years. 

Our therapists have experience working with children of all ages. We provide early intervention services that can enhance your child’s learning and skill development at the crucial early developmental stages. 

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Our physiotherapists are here to help you build strength, endurance and movement through physical therapy. We support people of all ages to work towards a range of goals, achieve developmental milestones and improve mobility, posture and balance through therapy, exercise groups and equipment prescription.

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Occupational therapy

Occupational therapists can work with you to be more involved in the activities you enjoy, build new skills and grow your independence. Whether your goal is to make life at home easier or to master a specific activity that's important to you, our therapists can work with you on a range of goals around self-care, school readiness, fine motor skills, social and life skills, equipment prescription and home modifications.

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Speech and language pathology

Our speech and language pathologists work with people who have difficulty with communication, literacy, speech and language. They will explore and develop the best ways for you (or the person you care for) to communicate, as well as working with individuals and their families or carers to understand and best manage problems with eating, drinking and swallowing.

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Social work and counselling

Our social workers can work with you through periods of transition, challenge and emotion. We can support you and your family through life’s up and downs by providing practical strategies, valuable advice, advocacy and a listening ear.

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Hydrotherapy is comparable to physiotherapy, but in water. Our physiotherapists can assist you or your child through fun and specialised water-based activities to improve mobility, flexibility and balance, as well as reducing pain and swelling.

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At CPL our Allied Health team are here to support you to access the therapies you need, in a way that suits your lifestyle. Our Telehealth appointments allow families to have access to consistent therapy services and expert support even when they can’t attend a face-to-face session.

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Allied Health in Aged Care

Whether you need to be assessed for grab rails to remain safe in your own home, or would like a regular visit from a podiatrist to assist with foot care. CPL offer an extensive range of in home and telehealth Allied Health supports to achieve your goals and increase independence. Our team of Allied Health professionals aim to prevent, diagnose and treat a range of conditions and will work closely with your GP or other health care providers to support your health and well-being.

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CPL Therapy services - FAQs

Early intervention is specialised support for children with disability, developmental delay and other additional needs. Early intervention should happen as soon as possible after a child’s needs are identified and may include therapies, education and other supports. 

You may also hear the terms 'early childhood intervention' and 'early childhood early intervention' used to describe this area of support. These terms all refer to intervention for children and their families from birth until children start school.

At CPL, we can support you through the NDIA's Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach which is available to all children aged under seven with a developmental delay or disability.

At CPL we take a holistic approach to our therapy services. Our Allied Health team includes Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech Pathologists and Social Workers who help people to work towards their goals.

The first step is to make an appointment so our Allied Health professionals can assess your needs. Call us on 1800 275 753 to make an appointment.

Therapy sessions are 60 minutes in length. This includes 50 minutes of face to face (or telehealth therapy and 10 minutes of clinical documentation to enable your therapist to effectively monitor therapy progress and plan future therapy direction.

Our local services are just one way to receive therapies with CPL. Our Allied Health professionals can come to your school, home or even another provider's location for your appointment. Our priority is to make sure you can access services where and when you need them.

As an NDIS registered provider, CPL's therapy fees, including cancellations, are aligned with NDIS Pricing Arrangement and Price Limits. Our Price Promise is to never charge an individual more than the NDIS Price Limits.