Transdisciplinary Early Intervention

Our Services

Transdisciplinary Early Intervention

Our Early Years Professionals are qualified speech pathologists, occupational therapists and physiotherapists. We help children reach individual goals and ensure that families & carers have access to the best information, resources and support available so that children can thrive at home and in the community.

Our Transdisciplinary service supports children to:

  • communicate more effectively
  • increase independent mobility
  • improve challenging behaviours
  • enjoy daily routines
  • build friendships

We provide the best therapy and developmental support for young children with a disability or developmental delay. Our family centred support assists families through the early years, maximising independence and participation in family and community life.


The CLS Early Years Service uses a transdisciplinary approach (also known as the Key Worker model), recognised by the experts as the best way to help children and families in the early years.

Our qualified & committed team listen to our customers & work together to identify, goals, prepare a plan & create strategies to make support their child’s development.

We are registered providers for:

  • NDIS
  • Betterstart for Children with Disability
  • Helping Children With Autism (HCWA)
  • Medicare
  • Health Funds (HICAPS available)

Families and carers can access our programs and services via:

  • The Allied Health & Wellbeing Centre
  • Your home (or preferred setting)
  • Your child’s school, kindy or childcare centre
  • Virtual appointments (Skype etc.)

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will use the following terms to describe the funding that can be used to purchase Transdisciplinary Early Childhood Intervention services:

  • Improved daily living skills
  • Increased social and community participation
  • Improved relationships

Contact us to learn more about how our professional, approachable and down-to-earth team can help you and your child today.