What is Early Intervention Program (EIP)  ?

Early Intervention Program is an intensive program that combines educational and therapeutic support services to children who are discovered at a young age to have or at risk of having special educational needs which may affect their development.

It is a system of individualized services that helps toddlers and preschoolers with developmental delays and learning disabilities, develop basic life skills that are essential for their social development and educational needs.

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Who can join EIP?

Before enrollment, a comprehensive evaluation will be administered by our professional team to determine your child’s developmental status and level of functions in several areas:

  • Physical and Sensory skills
  • Cognitive skills
  • Communication skills
  • Self-help or Adaptive skills
  • Social and Emotional skills
Physical & Sensory

Crawling

Walking

Reaching

Building

Drawing

Cognitive

Thinking

Learning

Solving problems

Communication

Talking

Listening

Understanding others

Adaptive

Eating

Dressing

Toilet training

Social & Emotional

Joint attention

Taking turns to play

Interacting with others

Our program is written by our multidisciplinary team based on the Curriculum Guide for Teaching Young Children with Developmental Delays by Robert Deller and the Carolina Curriculum for Infants & Toddlers with Special Needs by Nancy M.Johnson Martin et al.