Orange and District Early Education Programme (ODEEP) is a community based and family - centred early childhood intervention service for infants, preschoolers and school aged children with disabilities or delays in their development, their families and their community. ODEEP provides a range of services and supports, working with families of infants, pre-schoolers and primary school aged children who are having difficulty developing the skills they need to play, learn, talk, move and socialise. Our therapy areas include speech pathology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, family support, behaviour support and counselling and teachers with post graduate qualifications in special education.
We cover Orange and the surrounding districts.
Please call us if you're worried about how your child plays, moves, talks, eats, learns or makes friends. Call 02 6361 4093.
ODEEP’s vision is that all young children with disabilities and/or developmental delays and their families are fully included into their community.
ODEEP provides specialist early intervention and education services and supports to children and young people of all abilities, their family and community, through an inclusive approach to participate and be valued in everyday life. We work alongside families to use children’s strength’s and interests to motivate, challenge and excite their learning. .
Registered NDIS Providers
ODEEP is a registered NDIS provider. We can provide services and supports to infants, preschoolers and primary school aged children with a disability and/or developmental delay, their family and their community.
NDIS Quality Standards and ODEEP Policies
The ODEEP Family Service Charter outlines ODEEP and family Rights and Responsibilities. Click here to read the ODEEP Family Service Charter. ODEEP has a comprehensive set of policies and procedures that ensure we meet the quality standards set by the NDIS. We are committed to ensuring a quality, safe and great service for children with a disability, their families and our staff in the provision of all services including NDIS services.
Feedback and Complaints
We use feedback to improve our services and supports and to gather new ideas from families and other people. Please use the Feedback button below to tell us what we are doing well, give suggestions and tell us what we could do better. Or for more ways to give feedback please see our feedback and Complaints Brochure. If you would like your feedback to be anonymous please use the form below.