Empowering From Young
Early Intervention can help to provide your child with the necessary support during the most critical stage of their development.
Thus, it is important to act quickly and not be afraid or embarrassed to seek help.
Early Intervention Programmes
Intervention refers to services such as rehabilitation or therapy, which target developmental areas such as motor skills, cognitive skills, psycho-social skills, and speech and language.
In rehabilitation, people with disabilities may benefit from physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.
In order to identify an appropriate intervention program based on the individual's condition or needs, we advise the individual to have a medical professional assess them.
For more information about Professional Assessment and location of service providers, click here.
Enhanced Pilot for Private Intervention Providers (PPIP)
PPIP offers more choices of Early Intervention (EI) for children who have been referred to the Early Intervention Program for Infants and Children (EIPIC).
Instead of enrolling at government-funded EIPIC centres, children could enrol at ECDA-appointed private centers at subsidized rates.
Prepatory and Movement-Based
Intervention by MIJ Hub
"Drawing out Learning using Movement"
Highly effective movement based programme that improves neural communication throughout the mind and body to help your child access their highest potential in learning and any life skills.
Our approach integrates motor and cognitive learning via literacy, numeracy, social-emotional development, values and intervention.
Learn more about the programme by sending in your enquiry here.
Therapy, Interventions and Healthcare for Children above age 7 and Adults
You can access useful resources on SSAs that provides intervention and therapy services below:
List of Social Service Agencies for Children and Young Adults
List of Social Service Agencies for Adults
Or you may contact us by sending in your inquiry here.
IDHealth By Happee Hearts Movement
IDHealth is an initiative started by Happe Hearts Movement to provide healtcare and intervention programmes for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities.
People with intellectual disabilities (PWID) have poorer health and lower access to and use of healthcare services than the general population. IDHealth was set up to serve the PWID better.
Physical health problems like obesity, chronic constipation, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and gum disease are prevalent in this population but often undetected or poorly managed.
There are multiple barriers to health for PwID. They include being unable to express symptoms, difficulty understanding the health examination process, caregiver’s inability to navigate the healthcare system, health professionals lacking the knowledge and skill to assess and treat PwID, long clinic waiting times and too little time for consults.
Following an initial in-clinic assessment, and when deemed necessary, the IDHealth team may perform home visits to address various health concerns.
Also, IDHealth provides training and support for service providers in health and social service sectors.
For more information, you may visit https://happeehearts.com/ or download the brochure available.
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MIJ Hub is a non-profit organisation that provides school readiness, student care, intervention and en-richment programmes, along with employment op-portunities for individuals with Special Needs aged from 2 - 30 years old.