Early Links Rebrand 2020 Competition

Rebrand 2020 Competition

Early Links Rebrand 2020 Competition

Please note that this competition is now closed.

Suggest a winning name and logo for our organisation and you could win a $500 prize!

In recent years, Early Links Inclusion Support Service has grown and changed in many ways. We now help more people, in more ways and in more geographic locations.

Our initial focus was on providing early intervention services for children and this is still a large part of what we do, however, we now also support adults. The range of specialists that we employ has expanded to include:

Occupational Therapists

Speech Pathologists



Specialist Educators

Social Workers/Family Workers

Music Therapists

Diversional Therapists

Allied Health Assistants


Art Therapists

Support Coordinators

Plan Managers

Disability Support Workers

To effectively promote our services, changes must be made to our branding including the development of a new name and logo for the organisation.

We would like to encourage the participation of our community by inviting you to submit suggestions for what our new name and logo should be. The winning entry will be awarded a $500 prize.

How to enter

To enter the Early Links Rebrand 2020 Competition, email your ideas for our new name and logo to gavin.rae@earlylinks.org.au and make sure to include your full name, address and phone number.

The closing date for submissions is midnight on Sunday 15th November 2020 so make sure you submit your ideas before then.

Terms and Conditions

The Early Links Rebrand 2020 Competition will begin at midday on Monday 2nd of November 2020 and end at midnight on Sunday 15th of November 2020.

A judging panel will be formed of Early Links Inclusion Support Service staff members who will review all submitted entries to select a winner.

If the judging panel determine that no entries meet the requirements for a new name/logo for the organisation, a winner will not be selected.

If an entry is selected as the winning entry for name and logo a $500 prize will be awarded.

If multiple entries inspire the final name/logo, the prize money will be distributed equally amongst them.

If a winning entry is selected, the winning entry will be announced on our Facebook page by 5pm on Monday 23rd November 2020. Winners will also be notified by email.

This competition is open to members of the public and Early Links staff members.

Any information collected in the course of this competition such as contact details will be used solely for the purpose of the running the competition.

Early Links Inclusion Support Service ABN 44 663 637 532

Meet the team – Robyn Evans

Meet the team - Robyn Evans - Occupational Therapy

Meet the team – Robyn Evans – Occupational Therapist

What’s your role at Early Links and what does it involve?

Hi, I’m Robyn and I’m a new grad Occupational Therapist with Early Links.

My primary role is supporting families and clients in achieving their goals. I’m on the Cessnock team and have some clients in the West Maitland area too. I work with kids aged from around three to seventeen. Most of the work that I do is out in the community at schools or visiting homes.

How long have you been with Early Links?

I’ve been with the team since January 2020. I’ve worked in health ever since I left school. I was a dental assistant for 26 years before heading off to Uni and training as an OT. I felt that I’d done as much as I could in that one area and I was looking for something more satisfying and more rewarding work-wise and for something that was also going to help me have a better work-life balance as well.

What do you enjoy most about being an Occupational Therapist?

I enjoy working with children because I feel that you can really make an impact on a child’s development and a child’s life and their family as well. From an early age, you can help children achieve goals that can set them up for life and I find that really rewarding.

I love being part of a multidisciplinary team at Early Links because I’ve learned a lot from other practitioners on the team. Just liaising with the speech therapists, the physios and the psychologist helps you paint a better picture of the child’s circumstances and what you can do to help support them. I love that aspect of it. And I love the flexibility with Early Links, as it allows a good work-life balance.

What’s one way that Occupational Therapists can support clients that not many people are aware of?

I think one thing I notice a lot with kids is just showing them that you believe in them can help build their confidence. They then feel that they can believe in themselves and be able to the best that they can. We reassure them that its ok to make mistakes and it’s ok to find things hard but we just have to practice to get better.

How can someone identify that they could benefit from seeing an Occupational Therapist?

Speaking as an OT and as a parent, if you have any concerns about your child, that you’re not sure of just have a consultation. Just to see, if anything is happening that we might be able to support you with because acting early is better than leaving it.

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