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Caring for families  Child, Youth and Family Services


Dianella provides a broad range of services aimed at quality outcomes for children, youth and families.


Our programs aim to provide clients with the opportunity for enhancing their health and wellbeing.




Dianella's Audiology service offers specialised diagnostic hearing assessments to all ages from newborns to the elderly.


Community Asthma Program


Information, self-management education and advice for children, young people and their families with asthma.


Continence Support for Children with a Disability


Continence management for children with a disability and also financial assistance for continence products.


BIG Steps | Early Childhood Intervention Services (ECIS) 


Specialist services for pre-school children with developmental delay and disabilities.


Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies


This program aims to improve the health and wellbeing of mothers and babies.


It specifically aims to reduce the burden of chronic disease and reduce health inequity by addressing maternal risk behaviours and providing support during pregnancy.


Helping Children with Autism and Better Start for Children with a Disability


These programs are aimed at providing increased access to Early Intervention services for children aged up to six years diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or with specifically diagnosed disabilities such as cerebral palsy and down synrome.


Paediatric Occupational Therapy


Designed for children up to 12 years of age who are experiencing mild to moderate difficulty with their sensory processing, self-care and/or motor development yet haven ormal development in all other areas.


Parental Advisor for the Hearing Impaired


Provides a family centred approach to Early Childhood Intervention for hearing impaired children, working in partnership with families to best support their child's development.


Speech Pathology


This service is designed for children aged up to school entry who are experiencing difficulty with their speech and language development yet have normal development in other areas.