Early Intervention

From 18 Months Old

Integrated Early Intervention Centre (IEIC) coming to you in January 2024!

How to identify if your child requires Early Intervention Support?

  • You notice your child faces more challenges than their peers. For instance, your preschooler may be unable to follow instructions conveyed in different ways, while most of their peers are able to. You can find out if your child is meeting the target milestones for their age via the Health Booklet here.
  • Your child’s teacher recommends referring your child for a developmental assessment with a paediatrician
  • Your child’s doctor diagnoses your child with a developmental condition and asks you to consider an Early Intervention service.

What We Offer

  • Early intervention programme
  • School readiness programme

The IEIC offers child-centred programs focuses on dynamic, lively interactions  with our students resulting in strong, positive affect to foster close relationships as a motivation for social and communication development. This teaching approach will lead children to seek out social partners more spontaneously. Through our early intervention we are able to develop reciprocally engaging exchanges that our students learn to initiate and continue through nonverbal, delayed, and later verbal communications.

Multidisciplinary Team Of Professionals

Including Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Other Specialists

Individualised Education Plan (IEP)

1:1 Setting and/ or Group Sessions

Early Intervention Programme

Early intervention (EI) refers to a comprehensive, holistic approach to addressing developmental delays or unique learning/behavioural challenges in young children. It typically involves early identification, assessment, and personalised interventions to promote optimal development in cognitive, language, social, sensory processing and motor skills.

Our EI program caters to 18 month to 6-year-olds. The goal of our early intervention programme is to provide specialised support and resources as early as possible to minimize the impact of developmental delays on a child’s overall development and well-being. Research has evidenced time and time again that the earlier children receive intervention and support services, the better their long-term outcomes will be.

EI may be administered in a 1:1 setting and/or group sessions. For us, this also involves a multidisciplinary team of professionals, including naturalistic behaviour interventionists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, special educators, and other specialists where relevant. The specific interventions may vary depending on the individual needs and strengths of the child, but they often involve structured as well as unstructured activities, therapies, and techniques that aim to promote learning, language and communication skills, play skills, social-emotional skills, sensory integration, general development, and independence. Quality early intensive intervention also builds foundations in pre-functional academic skills depending on age and ability levels.

Our EI program focuses on building skills in the following domains:

  1. Emphasis on verbal and nonverbal communication
  2. Receptive communication and expressive communication
  3. Social and play skills
  4. Interpersonal engagement
  5. Fine motor skills
  6. Gross motor skills
  7. Joint Attention
  8. Self-regulation

School Readiness Programme (SRP)

Students who have advanced to our school readiness programme (4 years and above) will experience a more ‘school-based’ learning programme which includes important learning aims such as being able to focus on the lesson at hand, remaining seated for tasks, partake in group projects, starting and completing a task, and navigating age-appropriate social interactions. Our SRP will also focus on skills required to transition to a more formal school setting i.e., tracing, writing, sounding out/blending letters, foundations of numeracy and literacy, independent as well as group learning. Students who graduate from our SRP will have guaranteed access to the Integrated International School (IIS).

Our SRP includes:

  1. Individualised Education Plan (IEP)
  2. Foundational Literacy: Reading & Phonics, Grammar
  3. Foundational Numeracy
  4. Social Thinking

Timings

DayHalf-DayFull DayAfter School Care
Monday9am-12pm9am-2pm2am-5pm
Tuesday9am-12pm9am-2pm2am-5pm
Wednesday9am-12pm9am-2pm2am-5pm
Thursday9am-12pm9am-2pm2am-5pm
Friday9am-12pm9am-2pm2am-5pm

Fees

DayHalf-DayFull DayAfter School Care
3 Days$1200$1600$600
5 Days$1600$2000$800

Experience IIS Firsthand

Come down for a campus tour! Witness our tailored teaching approach and inclusive learning programmes in our British curriculum.