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Early Intervention
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The SpecialKids EIP provides centre-based early intervention programmes for children aged 2 to 6 with developmental challenges. It aims to empower each child with developmental needs by teaching functional skills for learning and living during their optimal window of learning.

Singaporeans and PRs referred to SG Enable requiring medium to high-level support can attend the Early Intervention Progamme for Infants and Children-P (EIPIC) at our centres with subsidy from MSF through ECDA, subject to means testing. This would significantly reduce waiting time for placement in early intervention. 
 

Early intervention

Educational Therapy

Educational Therapy is geared towards supporting students who face literacy and numeracy challenges. It uses proven teaching strategies to help students with their learning needs and foster an interest in these subjects overall. At the SKILT Centre, we offer Educational Therapy for both English and Chinese language, Mathematics as well as Science.

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Behavioural Intervention

Behavioural Intervention (BI) is the umbrella term for all strategies that reduce children's undesirable behaviour through various strategies to promote good behaviour. 

It encompasses Structured Teaching, Visual Strategies, Behavioural Management, Positive Parenting and Psychotherapy amongst other strategies to deliver personalised programmes based on the child's unique needs.

Educational Therapy
Behavioral Therapy
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Social Skills Group

Social Skills Group (SSG) is an intervention that aims to develop the social and emotional competencies of children and equip both parent and child with strategies to facilitate learning through play.

Social Skills Group

Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy helps children identify destructive, unrealistic and irrational thoughts and replace them with more objective and rational thoughts. It guides children and youths to identify these patterns in their thoughts and develop healthier alternatives.

School Inclusion

Shadow 

School Shadow is a program where the shadow teacher works with special needs children to help them ease into mainstream class and gain independence. 

 

School Support 

School Support is a program where the shadow teachers work with classroom teachers who lack knowledge of the child's profile.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapist work with children using techniques and routines that seem like play to target areas of delay and strengthen fine and gross motor skills. They are also able to help in areas of sensory integration, to process and tolerate information they get through their senses. https://www.verywellfamily.com/what-is-occupational-therapy-3106603

Occupational Therapy

Speech Language Therapy 

Speech Language Therapy addresses challenges with language and communication. It can help people with autism improve their verbal, nonverbal, and social communication. The overall goal is to help the person communicate in more useful and functional ways.
https://www.autismspeaks.org/speech-therapy-autism

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Caregiver Training

Signpost is an evidence-based parenting program to help parents develop strategies to manage or prevent difficult behaviours in children. It emphasizes encouraging appropriate behaviour in children, replacing difficult behaviours with positive behaviours, and teaching children new skills that suit the unique needs of the child.

Caregiver Training
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