Early Childhood Intervention
Children are at their most vulnerable years of upbringing, and studies have shown that children who experience an excessive amount of stress and trauma coupled with the inability to resolve it at a young age will significantly impact their ability to do so as adults.
Early childhood services include assessment, treatment, and intervention to help identify and provide the necessary adaptations to the child. With this programme in place, children may grow up to be more resilient as adults. On the other hand, it is also important for children with special needs to be aware of their own needs and be independent in society.
Thus, early childhood programmes cover a wide range of areas ranging from their self-awareness to communication skills, with the aim of developing children into independent members of the society.