How your fundraising helps
Funds raised through your challenge will support children with a disability through House with No Steps' early childhood intervention services.
What are early childhood intervention services?
Early childhood intervention services are specialised support for infants and young children with a disability and/or developmental delay, and their families, in order to promote development, well-being and community participation.
This includes speech pathology, special education, physiotherapy and occupational therapy.
Who benefits from early childhood intervention?
- Children from birth to 8 years who have delayed development
- Children who are diagnosed at birth as having a disability such as Down syndrome or cerebral palsy
- Children whose general development shows a delay of six months or more.
Early childhood intervention services provide support to support children aged 0 – 8 years old with a broad range of disabilities and developmental delays including:
- Down syndrome
- Cerebral palsy
- Intellectual disabilities
- Hearing loss
- Brain trauma and encephalitis
To read more about these services, please click here.