Early Childhood Intervention – Picky Eaters Workshop

Early Childhood Intervention – Picky Eaters Workshop

Identifying Feeding Difficulties in Early Childhood

Are you interested in learning about feeding difficulties in young children?

Do you know a fussy eater?

Are mealtimes challenging?

Picky Eater

Workshop details

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This workshop will:

  • discuss typical feeding development
  • discuss common myths associated with eating
  • help identify if a child is a picky or problem eater
  • provide tips and strategies to help you work with your child to develop positive food associations and eating behaviours

This workshop is for families, early childhood professionals, allied health professionals and other community members

The workshop will be presented by Early Childhood Intervention therapists trained in the SOS approach. If you are interested in finding out more about children with feeding difficulties, please come join us.

When: 7:00pm to 9:00pm, Wednesday 29 August 2018
Price:  Early Bird Rate $90.00 (Payment by 22 August 2018)
Standard Rate $100.00 (Payment after 22 August 2018)
If you have an NDIS plan you may be able to use funding from the Improved Daily Living Support Category (Training for Carers’/Parents) . Please check with your planner or ask the NDIS for more details.
Location: Aspire Support Services 220 Borella Road, Albury
RSVP: Bookings essential. Numbers are limited, so get in early!
Aspire Reception, T 02 6058 4000, E reception@aspiress.com.au

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Early Childhood Intervention – Play and Learning Group

This group is specifically aimed at children aged between 3-6 years old

Play and Learning (Albury/Wodonga)

The group focuses on supporting children that have difficulty in their social communication, social interaction and play and behaviour.

The group program is aimed to introduce children and families to a range of social and emotional regulation skills that are thought to be relevant at this age group.

The group focuses on skills that children will develop in the preschool years and offer a safe and nurturing space to practice.

Your child’s early childhood educator will use goals set in your NDIS plan to work with you to develop play based therapy that will foster and develop skills each week.

At the end of each term, you will have a one-on-one session with the educator to reflect together about the shared goals and develop new objective for your child.


To enquire about this group contact the Aspire Customer Service Team – ask for Sally or Linda. T 02 6058 4000 E customerservice@aspiress.com.au