MIJ HUB PROGRAMMES
(3 - 25 YEARS OLD)
Our One-to-One Intervention Programme provides crucial support for children as young as 2 years old, utilizing the neural circuit flexibility during their early developmental years. Through personalized interventions and therapies, we address challenges and promote comprehensive growth in cognitive, social, emotional, behavioral, and physical domains. Our goal is to empower your child's potential for success and well-being.
WHAT CAN YOUR CHILD GAIN
FROM THIS PROGRAMME?
Through our comprehensive and personalized intervention program, your child will experience significant benefits. Our program is designed to engage them in various therapeutic activities that enhance muscle strength, balance, range of motion, and overall physical abilities.
By providing a supportive and encouraging environment, we help your child achieve functional mobility and develop a sense of security and confidence. These outcomes allow them to explore their physical potential and navigate their surroundings with ease. With the OIP, your child will gain the necessary skills and foundation for future learning and development.
OUR LEARNING FOCUS
Identifying and setting specific learning goals for each student based on their unique strengths, needs, and developmental areas.
WHAT'S NEXT AFTER THIS PROGRAMME?
With the individualized and personalized approach of the OIP, your child will gain essential skills for their future development. Our carefully designed activities focus on fostering early social/emotional development and physical health, creating a stable foundation. As a result, your child's cognitive and language skills will flourish, preparing them for the next stage of learning in their life's journey. We are dedicated to supporting your child's continued growth and success beyond the program.
DOWNSIDE OF GETTING LATE EARLY INTERVENTION
Getting late or delayed early intervention for a child with special needs can have several potential downsides:
Missed Developmental Window: Early childhood is a critical period for brain development and learning. Delaying intervention means potentially missing out on the optimal timeframe for addressing and maximizing a child's developmental potential. Early intervention aims to capitalize on the brain's plasticity and the child's receptiveness to learning during these formative years.
Impact on Progress and Outcomes: Delaying early intervention can result in slower progress or missed opportunities for skill development. Many areas of development, such as language, social interaction, and cognitive skills, build upon foundational abilities. Without timely intervention, children may face challenges in catching up to their peers or achieving their full potential in various domains.
Behavior and Social Challenges: Untreated or unaddressed difficulties related to communication, social interaction, and behavioral regulation can lead to increased frustration, anxiety, and isolation for the child. Early intervention helps equip children with strategies and skills to better navigate these challenges and promote positive behaviors and social engagement.
Academic Impact: Delayed intervention can have repercussions on a child's educational journey. Difficulties in early foundational skills may affect school readiness and success. Early intervention supports the development of pre-academic skills, adaptive behaviors, and learning strategies that can facilitate smoother transitions to formal schooling.
Parental Stress and Support: Delayed intervention can also impact parents or caregivers who may face increased stress and uncertainty in managing their child's needs without adequate guidance and support. Early intervention provides parents with valuable tools, resources, and strategies to support their child's development and enhance their overall well-being.
It's important to note that while early intervention is highly beneficial, it's never too late to seek support and interventions for a child with special needs. Even if the ideal "early" window has passed, interventions at any stage can still make a positive impact on a child's development and quality of life. The specific downsides and challenges may vary depending on the individual child, their unique needs, and the specific areas of intervention required.
TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR PARENTS
"The Early Intervention Preparatory Program has not only prepared our child academically but has also equipped them with life skills that extend beyond the classroom. Their progress has been remarkable, and we're filled with pride and gratitude for the positive impact this program has had on our family. To any parent facing a similar journey, we wholeheartedly recommend the Early Intervention Preparatory Programme. It's not just a programme; it's a loving, transformative experience that lays the foundation for a bright and inclusive future."
"As a parent, making decisions about your child's education can be a daunting task, especially when they have special needs. When we enrolled our child in the Early Intervention Preparatory Program, we knew it was a choice that would shape their future, and we couldn't be happier with the results. From the very start, the program's dedication to our child's development was evident. The team not only assessed our child's unique needs but also tailored their approach to ensure our child's success. The 100 carefully designed modules provided a structured yet flexible learning path that allowed our child to grow at their own pace."
ABOUT MIJ HUB
MIJ Hub is a non-profit organisation that provides education, Day Care, Early Intervention programmes and Train & Place (vocational) opportunities for individuals with Special Needs ageing from 2 to 30 years old, who are experiencing conditions such as Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Cerebral Palsy, Dyslexia, Global Developmental Delay, Down Syndrome and Digeorge Syndrome. We also provide Training & Consultancy for Caregivers, public and corporates to boost productivity in their tasks and daily living.