Childers Services

At Oyster Care, we believe every child deserves the chance to blossom. That’s why we offer a dedicated team of passionate child development specialists who understand each child’s unique needs.

We partner with you to achieve your child’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) goals. Our team of specialists works together to create a personalized plan, addresses your child’s specific needs and aspirations. This ensures they receive the support they need to thrive, not just survive. Focus on Family, We Handle the Rest.

What Oyster Care's Childers Services?

Oyster Care’s child development specialists create personalized plans to address your child’s unique needs.  We navigate the NDIS process, offer early intervention, build confidence, and more including:

  • Early Support: Get your child on track with programs addressing speech, motor skills, and social interaction.
  • Therapies: Occupational, physical, speech, and social-emotional therapies to improve skills and independence.
  • Educational Boost: Specialised support to help your child reach their full academic potential.
  • Playful Learning: Social interaction and play in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Respite Care: Well-deserved breaks for families and caregivers.

Comprehensive support services tailored to your needs

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How does Childers Services work at Oyster Care

Think of us as your guide, simplifying the NDIS journey by guiding you through the steps, connecting you with the right services, and handling the paperwork and approvals.  Our ultimate goal is to empower you to focus on what truly matters – creating lasting memories with your amazing child.

This roadmap can encompass various services like early intervention, building confidence and social skills, specialized autism support, communication & feeding skill development, empowering independence in daily tasks, or even respite care for families.

Whats makes Oystercare the best choice for you?

Always Speak to a Real Person

Whether it’s providing in-home aged and dementia care, or disability support, we’re a caring network of real people, taking the time to listen.

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Specialists in Support For High Needs

 Each of our Support Workers and every member of our clinical team has been carefully selected to give you confidence.

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Younger Onset Dementia Specialists

Personalised dementia support that promotes independence, helping you stay in your own home, where memory and recall is strongest.

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A Team of Passionate Support Coordinators

The NDIS is a federal government scheme that delivers disability support to Australians. It's a great scheme but there's no doubt that it can be difficult.

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Art Music and Pet Theraphy

A powerful mix of psychology and creativity, creative therapies help improve physical, mental and emotional wellbeing, offering new ways to connect.

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We Carter to 40+ Language

our Support Workers speak 40 languages combined, so there is a good chance we speak yours too. Don't see your language on the list?

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How We Make Fun in Oyster Care's Childers Services

At Oyster Care, we believe learning should be a joyful adventure, not a chore. Here’s how we transform development into a fun and engaging experience for children with disabilities:

1. Sensory Exploration: We incorporate stimulating sensory play activities that help children learn and explore the world around them in new and exciting ways. These activities engage their senses, promoting curiosity and development.

2. Creative Expression Unleashed: We encourage children to express themselves freely through art, music, and movement. This not only fosters creativity but also allows them to communicate their thoughts and feelings in unique ways.

3. Engaging Activities Tailored for You: We understand that each child learns differently. We design interactive games and activities specifically tailored to each child’s needs and interests, ensuring their learning journey is both fun and effective.

4. Celebrating Every Step: We celebrate every accomplishment, big or small, to build confidence and encourage a love of learning. Positive reinforcement fosters a growth mindset and motivates children to keep exploring and reaching their full potential.

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Frequently asked question (FAQ’s)

Oyster Care is committed to providing exceptional support and assistance to individuals with disabilities, empowering them to lead fulfilling and independent lives. Our comprehensive range of services includes childers Services.

Child Services, sometimes referred to as Children's Services, is a department or agency that focuses on the welfare and well-being of children. Their services can vary depending on the location, but here's a general overview:

  • Protecting Children: They investigate reports of child abuse and neglect, ensuring children are safe and cared for in a healthy environment.
  • Supporting Families: They offer programs and resources to help families in need, promoting healthy parenting practices and providing assistance with things like food, clothing, and shelter.
  • Advocacy for Children: They act as advocates for children's rights, representing them in court proceedings or working to improve child welfare policies.

Adoption and Foster Care: They manage the adoption and foster care system, placing children in safe and loving homes when they cannot remain with their biological families.

There are a few ways to potentially access funding for children's services, depending on your location and the specific services needed:

  • National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) - (For applicable countries):

    If your child has a disability and lives in a country with the NDIS (like Australia), this might be a good option. Oyster Care specifically mentions supporting families with navigating the NDIS process. The NDIS is a program that helps people with disabilities access funding for support services and equipment they need. Oyster Care can assist you with navigating the NDIS process to maximize the benefits for your child's specific needs.

  • Government Assistance Programs:

    Many countries offer government assistance programs that can help cover the cost of some children's services. These programs may have specific eligibility requirements, so it's important to research what's available in your area. You can contact your local government or social services department to inquire about these programs.

  • Fundraising:

    In some cases, families may choose to fundraise to cover the cost of children's services. This can be done through online platforms, community events, or by reaching out to friends and family for donations.

  • Scholarships and Grants:

    There may be scholarships or grants available that can help cover the cost of certain children's services. These will typically be for specific types of services or target specific conditions. Researching organizations that support children with similar needs might reveal scholarship or grant opportunities.

The eligibility requirements for receiving services from Child Services can vary depending on your location.  Here's a breakdown of some general factors:

  • Child's Needs

Age: Child Services typically serves children from birth to a certain age limit (usually 18 or 21).

Safety and Well-being: The primary concern of Child Services is child safety. If a child is suspected to be experiencing abuse, neglect, or is in danger, they will likely be eligible for services.

Special Needs: Some Child Services departments may have specific programs or services for children with disabilities.

  • Family Situation

Parental Capacity: Child Services will assess a parent or caregiver's ability to provide a safe and healthy environment for the child. This may involve factors like mental health, substance abuse, or lack of resources.

Willingness to Accept Help: While Child Services can't force a family to accept services, a willingness to cooperate can be a positive factor in determining eligibility for certain programs.


Children who are involved with Child Services have important rights that protect their well-being throughout the process. Here's a breakdown of some key rights:


Right to Safety: This is the most crucial right. Children have the right to live in a safe environment free from abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Child Services has a responsibility to investigate reports of abuse and take steps to ensure the child's safety.


Right to Be Heard: Children have the right to express their opinions and feelings about their situation. Child Services should consider the child's views when making decisions that affect them, This may involve age-appropriate methods for younger children.


Right to Legal Representation: In some cases, children may have the right to legal representation during court proceedings or other legal matters involving Child Services.


Right to Permanency: Children have the right to a stable and permanent home environment. Whenever possible, Child Services should work towards reunification with biological parents. If that's not possible, they will explore alternatives like adoption or long-term foster care to provide a permanent and loving home.


Right to Privacy: Children involved with Child Services still have certain privacy rights. Their personal information should be kept confidential, with exceptions for sharing necessary details with professionals involved in their care.

Child Services can connect families with various resources, such as parenting classes, financial assistance, and mental health services.

What’s your Focus?

At Oyster Care, we understand the importance of personalized support assistance for individuals navigating the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Our dedicated team is committed to providing and compassionate care and tailored services to empower individuals .

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