Early Education Programs (EEP) for Hearing Impaired Children

  1. About this service

    Provides early childhood intervention services to promote the communication, language, speech and social skills of children who are deaf. It combines parent support, parent education, specialist knowledge, assessment and educational intervention, with ongoing evaluation, to increase the capacity of parents and other professionals to facilitate improved outcomes for deaf children.

      • Service name

        Early Education Programs (EEP) for Hearing Impaired Children

      • Service address

        2 Francis Street East Brighton VIC 3187
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      • Phone

        9596 6830

      • Urgency levels

        Direct Help, Some Help

      • Service area

        Bayside City Council, City of Kingston, City of Glen Eira, City of Port Phillip, City of Stonnington

      • Service hours

        Mon to Fri 9am - 4pm

      • Age group

        Maximum age 6 years

      • Additional age criteria

        Child must be 0 - 6 years

      • Eligibility criteria

        Child must have a permanent hearing loss
        Families must live within the Cities of Bayside, Glen Eira, Kingston, Port Phillip and in parts of Stonnington

      • Service type


      • Costs

        Contact service directly

      • Disability access


      • Drop in service


      • Outreach

        Available upon special request

    More information for teachers, wellbeing staff and service professionals

      • Participation length

        As required

      • Participation type


      • Secondary consult


      • Staff profile

        Qualified staff

      • Who can refer


      • Referral mode


  2. Early Education Programs (EEP) for Hearing Impaired Children