Early Links Supporting Inclusion

Our Services

Welcome to Early Links Services

We offer a wide range of support services that we tailor to meet your needs. Our team work closely with you to find the best way that we can support you and connect you to services.

You can find more information on each of the services we offer, how they are delivered and who they can help below.

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Allied Health Assistants

Our allied health assistants support our clients in various disciplines such as occupational therapy and speech pathology, assisting with therapeutic programs whilst working under the direct supervision of allied health professionals.

Early Links Behaviour Support

Behaviour Support

Our team of experienced behaviours support practitioners work closely with clients of all ages, their families and other support networks to identify why behaviours of concern occur and develop plans to support clients in reaching their goals.


Creative Arts Therapy and Art Therapy

Creative arts therapy and art therapy are both evidence-based practices that support children, adolescents, and adults to maintain a sense of identity and mastery over self, helping clients to communicate their needs.

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Our Dietetics team are passionate about evidence-based practice and tailor all interventions to our client’s individual needs. Our dietitians provide nutrition counselling, education, and support clients with a whole range of issues.

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Early Intervention Specialist Teachers

Early intervention specialist teachers provide mentoring to families, teachers, and health professionals to enhance their knowledge and skill set, supporting children to meaningfully participate in their natural environments.



Our Intake team will provide you and your family with personalised, professional local knowledge and support to help you navigate the NDIS, connecting with you and providing regular updates throughout your entire journey.


Music Therapy

Music therapy is a highly motivated, evidence-based therapy that empowers individuals towards greater skill and developmental capacities using music, singing, songwriting, instrument playing, improvisation, and therapeutic music technology.

Support Coordination

NDIS Support Coordination

Our NDIS Support Coordination team have a wealth of experience and can help you understand how to get the most out of your NDIS plan by connecting you to different service providers and community groups.


Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapy team help people meet their goals in terms of the functional activities and roles involved in their everyday lives, including toilet training, sleep, sensory processing and regulation, participation, and more.

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Our Physiotherapy team aim to improve movement through targeted exercise, strengthening activities, stretching, therapy programmes, motor learning, and play, focusing on what is appropriate to your age and goals.

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Plan Management

Our experienced Plan Management team can help you to navigate the NDIS, support you to manage your NDIS funds, release funds to providers, and provide advice to ensure you get the most out of your NDIS plan.

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Play Therapy

Play therapy uses play to help clients with specific diagnoses, medical conditions, or complex and developmental trauma work through challenges and build emotional, social, communication and cognitive skills.



Our Psychology team work to understand your thoughts, emotions, and behaviours, then use therapeutic approaches to support you to adapt thoughts, emotions, and behaviours in positive and helpful ways.

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Speech Pathology

Our speech pathologists assess, diagnose, and treat a range of difficulties, helping clients with early communication, alternative and augmentative communication, literacy, reading and writing, paediatric feeding, speech sounds, and more.

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Support Workers

Our support workers help children and adults living with a disability and/or additional needs to live independently and reach their goals, aiding clients in their day-to-day lives and assisting in various ways depending on individual needs.

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