When young children, between birth to six years old, are diagnosed with having developmental and learning issues, one of the parents’ concerns is how the child is able to cope with the demands of school’s learning environment. This does not restrict to just social behaviourial issues but also conforming to school environmental and learning norms. Cognitive’s Early Intervention program is designed to help children learn the basic skills that typically develop during the first six years of life, and prepare them for the mainstream school environment. The program includes:
- cognitive (thinking, learning, solving problems);
- communication (talking, listening, responding, articulating and understanding);
- social/emotional (playing, feeling secure and happy); and
- self-help (eating, dressing).
The program will help to facilitate developmental growth and milestones achievement by providing a comprehensive social, behaviourial and educational service.