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Kidsogenius Early Intervention Program (KIDS EIP) is a concept which applies to children who are discovered at a young age to have special educational needs which may affect their development. It is a system of services that helps toddlers and pre-schoolers with developmental delays and learning disabilities, to develop basic life skills that are essential for their social development and educational needs.
At Kidsogenius, we are always continuing to develop early childhood intervention through our early intervention service and our comprehensive approach to intervention. Our strong background in both play-based approaches and proven behavior methods makes us uniquely qualified to develop and oversee programs for young children with special needs.
Why the need for early intervention?
- To enhance the child’s development as a child’s development is most rapid during their pre-school years. Without Early Intervention the child may be likely to miss out during the short period of time when the opportunity to develop and learn is most acute.
- To provide support to the family: Early Intervention is also important for a child’s family. The additional stress which can be caused by having a child with special educational needs often affects the whole family’s wellbeing. Early Intervention often leads to parents changing their attitude towards their child and becoming better able to deal with their child’s behaviourisms.
- To maximise the child’s contribution to society. It is suggested that the child’s increased development will go hand-in-hand with a decreased inter-dependence upon social institutions in later life and may even enhance the child’s potential future employment opportunities.
Our program comprises 3 level:
In Kids EIP, we recognize that the preschool environment is a chief ingredient in the learning experience of young children. Thus, we addresses the learning of :
- Basic Self-Help skills: promote independence in feeding, self-cleaning, self-dressing
- Language Arts: promote listening, speaking,
- Social Studies Materials: promote self-recognition and awareness, awareness of family and community, and social skills.
- Premath skills: facilitate knowledge of numbers, time, sequences, measurement, and shapes.
- Early Literacy: Facilitate reading and writing skills
- Creative Expression-Art, Music, & Drama: promote creative self-expression and appreciation of the creativity of others