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Supporting Parents to Support Children
Developing Childhood Baby Bridges is a unique and innovative FREE 7 week early intervention program for children 0 to 5 years who are not reaching milestones or who have a diagnosed disability, siblings and carers. We provide:
INDIVIDUALLY designed fun activities for your child aimed at achieving milestones
COMPLIMENTARY 15 minute screenings by experienced therapists
COMPLIMENTARY subscription to Developing Childhood, an online health program which teaches parents how to help their child develop. You can continue to monitor and enhance your child's development even after the program is over
COMPLIMENTARY morning tea for carers
CARER resources including Carer Information Booklet, Information Sessions and Personalised Support Options
FREE TIME at the centre while your child enjoys play time
The program runs through school terms at 14 Munro Street, Auchenflower. Each session runs for 2 hours from 10am-12md.
Register to Attend
For details about the next session, or if you wish to register to attend, please go to our upcoming events page.
If you are a service provider, health or child care professional, please complete the referral form at the Referral Link. To make further enquiries please call (07) 3871 0530.
Parents responses on how the Developing Childhood Baby Bridges program has been of help:
"This program has helped me to understand how you can help your child with special needs to get to the next step. It's so important. Otherwise it will delay their learning capability. Thank you so much for the amazing work and all the support you have given us." Genevieve
"The program has given me an understanding of how specific milestones can be achieved. It has given me ideas of how to challenge my children to improve their outcomes. This was a wonderful support to me during a very challenging period. Thank you." Liz
"The program has given us new ideas, how to get our child to try and learn new things. Also being able to talk to other parents in the same situation." Kim