Learning Links is passionate about providing high quality services to give children the best possible start to their learning in the early childhood years.
We understand how important the early years are for your child’s learning and development. That’s why we offer a range of programs and resources to support you at different points of your journey – whether you’re preparing your child to transition into a preschool or other early learning environment, or are looking for a high-quality service in the years before starting school.
Our goal is to empower children to gain independence and confidence by building their social, communication and foundation literacy and numeracy skills.
Learning Links’ approach to early childhood education puts inclusion at the centre of our practice. We provide opportunities for children of all abilities and backgrounds to participate alongside their peers and feel confident in their learning.
Our transdisciplinary team of early childhood teachers, educators, speech pathologists and occupational therapists work together to provide children with a wide range of experiences and play opportunities to celebrate strengths, foster interests and enhance their development.
Our inclusive Preschool provides children, aged three to six years, and their families, with an early education community that values and promotes diversity of culture, language, ability and experience to help nurture a love of lifelong learning.
Our early intervention supported playgroup provides children with a disability or developmental delay, aged two years and over, with opportunities to build communication and play skills to prepare them for the transition to early childhood education services.
Learning Links’ team of early childhood teachers, speech pathologists and occupational therapists has developed a range of resources to help you better understand and support your child’s development in the early years.
Our guide gives you an overview of the milestones to look out for with your child's speech and language development.
Learn how to identify separation anxiety in your child and some strategies to help them cope during significant transitions.
Social skills are important tools that your children need in order to communicate and interact with others to conquer their daily challenges.
We have some great tips and strategies for supporting your child through a meltdown and encouraging self-regulation.