Our team of Speech Pathologists and Early Childhood Practitioners work closely with children to provide early childhood intervention (ECI) to support children who have difficulties or impairments related to speech, language, social communication, literacy, voice, fluency and swallowing. Our Speech Pathologists specialise in supporting children (0-18 years) with speech and language difficulties. We offer and offer assessments, interventions, and therapy sessions to improve speech clarity, language comprehension, expressive language skills, and social communication and National 360 offers a range of speech assessments and intervention, including complex communication technology.
We work collaboratively with families to set goals that are important for them. Intervention aims to provide practical strategies to improve skills and facilitate change, through the use of evidence-based techniques and approaches to Children’s Speech Therapy.
Our Early Childhood Approach is designed to provide specialised and individualised services including, assessments, reporting, therapy planning, equipment sourcing, and individual and group therapy options. Our service focuses on building capacity in children and their families, plus therapy planning and delivery to children aged 0-9 years, their families and support networks.
The Early Childhood Approach delivers support for kids up to 9 years old, but our services extend to children of all ages right through to the transition to adulthood.
At 360 Kids, we understand the importance and positive impact of early intervention to support children with developmental delays and learning difficulties. Supporting bright futures, your child’s success is our priority at 360 Kids.
Our Early Childhood Practitioners (ECPs) are the caring and knowledgeable first point of contact with 360 Kids. They initiate the assessment process, engaging closely with your child and family. ECPs discuss your child and family’s goals, conduct assessments, coordinate services, and may deliver therapy using a transdisciplinary approach. All of our ECPs hold a degree qualification in childhood education, allied health or a related discipline. You may also hear them referred to as Key Workers.
The Key Worker Approach is a benchmark model in delivering early childhood supports to children with disabilities or developmental delays. A key worker plays a crucial role in coordinating and delivering services, acting as a central point of contact for your child and family. They provide support, guidance, and coordination of services to meet your child’s individual needs. This model Is considered best practice In early childhood under NDIS.
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If you already know which services you would like from National 360 you can send us a referral either online or by downloading our referral form.
If you would prefer, we can call you back when one of our team is available to talk to you about your requirements.
Whether you’re just getting started with a NDIS plan, evaluating therapy options, or would like to know more about how National 360 can support your specific needs, reach out to our friendly customer service team.
They will be happy to answer your questions and assist you through the next steps to implement your plan towards independence.