Early years guide
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Early years guide

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Title: PDF logo Early years guide (PDF file) (Links to English resource)
Summary: The early years of life are extremely important for the development of every child. For children with Down syndrome, providing the right supports and interventions during the early years can help build a strong and healthy future and ensure that the child can reach their full potential. This resource provides information for families about early intervention, development, and supports in the early-years. It also provides information about the NDIS and accessing support through the Early Childhood Early Intervention approach.
Organisation: Down Syndrome Australia
Publishing date: June 2020
Last reviewed: June 2020
Target audience: Parents

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