Applying for the NDIS for a child under 7

Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) is the way the NDIS supports children aged 0-6 years who have a developmental delay or disability and their families/carers.

You can read more about ECEI or find information about providing evidence of disability for a child under 7.

Every child is unique and therefore each ECEI journey will be different. Here are some stories to show how this approach supports children and their families.

Jason’s ECEI journey

Jason’s parents became concerned when they received reports from childcare about Jason's behaviour. Read Jason's story.

Georgia’s ECEI journey

Georgia has significant communication, physical and social development delays. Her paediatrician referred Georgia to an Early Childhood partner. Read Georgia's story.

Riley’s ECEI journey

Parent’s to three-year-old Riley approached their local Early Childhood Partner with concerns about their son’s limited diet. Read Riley's story.

Isabelle’s ECEI journey

Rachel noticed her daughter, Isabelle’s speech wasn’t as developed as other children her age. The playgroup leader suggested Rachel speak to an Early Childhood partner. Read Isabelle's story.

This page current as of
5 December 2018