The supports that are best for your child and family relate directly to your needs, they help you to create experiences and opportunities that are meaningful for you and your child. The best supports are those that work with existing strengths and interests. The aim is to assist you to be confident, aware and strong and build on your role as your child’s first teacher in life. The supports that are best for your child become a natural part of what you do every day. Like every family, your daily routines are great assets, take advantage of these times. They are perfect opportunities for your child to practice their skills.