Forbes Preschool becomes NDIS provider, strengthening offering to community | Sector

August 7, 2020
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Forbes Preschool, located in the Central West of New South Wales, has extended its early learning services to offer NDIS services as a provider using an  Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach for children aged from birth to six years of age, local news source Forbes Advocate has reported

Director Amy Shine told the paper the preschool was excited to deliver ECEI services, which supports children who have a developmental delay or disability, as well as providing advice and support to families and carers. 

Individual programs are created to respond to the differing needs of each child, supporting families to develop the skills they need to take part in daily activities and achieve the best possible outcomes throughout their life, Ms Shine said.

The preschool has a history of incorporating play and occupational and speech  therapies into daily work with children, and are now able to offer this service as an NDIS provider, introducing audiology as an important diagnostic tool for learners.

As an NDIS provider, the preschool is also able to offer integrated appointments and programs in a child’s own environment as well as comprehensive educational programming.

The preschool is happy to speak about the NDIS services they provide, and may be contacted on 02 6852 1040.

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