NDIS Key Worker Model
Thrive offers early childhood, early intervention therapy services for children younger than seven and their families through a Key Worker model. These children have developmental delays or diagnosed disability and capacity building support is provided either in the home or in the community, for example in an early childhood education setting. Therapy works towards increased functional independence and social participation.
Key Workers are Early Childhood professionals who hold a bachelor’s degree or higher in their relevant area and have current registration or membership a professional body. They include:
- Occupational Therapists
- Speech & Language Pathologists
- Teachers or Early Childhood Educators
- Developmental Educators
- Social Workers