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Adventure, discovery and an eagerness to explore, wonder, delight and marvel in the world around us. We aspire to create authentic therapeutic, learning and sensory experiences for children of all abilities. It is within these moments that spark enquiry and curiosity for children, an opportunity to make meaning of the intriguing world around them. 

Partnering with The University of Sydney to facilitate a student led model, the Karobran  early childhood intervention service provides specialised therapy services and supports, using a best practice nurturing approach that fosters fun, therapy, play and discovery for children aged from birth to sieven years who have a disability or delay in their development. 

Our staff at Karobran are highly qualified in the early intervention space. Our manager is an experienced Occupational Therapist and other early childhood professionals are specifically selected for their ability to develop warm, sensitive relationships with the children in their care.

We are a family centred service, we believe in inspiring and empowering families to nurture and transfer skills developed through Karobran into the child’s everyday life.

We offer flexible and responsive services to meet the needs of families determining the type and frequency of supports and services that benefit the growth and development of the child. Families are offered a choice of services that best suit the needs of the child and family.

At Eurella it is our priority to promote each child’s optimal growth and development, to empower families to become resilient and self-determined through collaborative problem solving and family centred practices and to enrich community life through promoting the inclusion of children and their families

Upon joining our service we will carry out a comprehensive holistic assessment  across all areas of the child’s development, we will collaborate with you and consult other mainstream or early childhood services to create an individual family service plan based on needs and priorities.

The Key worker has a primary role in working with the family delivering a thoughtful, coordinated service and responsive approach. The key worker will coordinate the early intervention services to meet the needs identified from a personalised plan.

We offer a range of service delivery options including structured playgroup sessions, individual sessions, small group sessions, consultation with preschool and long day care centres, parent training and home visits.

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