Our Services

Strengths – Look at strengths and establish what the child is good in; instead of looking out for skill deficits and trying to ‘problem-solve’ the child we work with. 

Empathy – Approach every child with empathy because children all want the same things – to be understood, respected and connected with.

Engagement – Meaningful engagement involves us meeting the child at his/her level, rather than expecting the child to engage at our level.

Knowledge – Learning will happen when the child is engaged with clear intention and purpose. Acquiring knowledge and skills should be a process that makes the child feel good and competent. 

 

Each intervention cycle consists of 20 sessions of 90-minutes. 

 

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Strengths – Look at strengths and establish what the child is good in; instead of looking out for skill deficits and trying to ‘problem-solve’ the child we work with. 

Empathy – Approach every child with empathy because children all want the same things – to be understood, respected and connected with.

Engagement – Meaningful engagement involves us meeting the child at his/her level, rather than expecting the child to engage at our level.

Knowledge – Learning will happen when the child is engaged with clear intention and purpose. Acquiring knowledge and skills should be a process that makes the child feel good and competent. 

 

Our Learning Support programmes are targeted at learners aged between 5 and 9 (or kindergarten grade to Grade 3).

 

In our learning support sessions, we use games, crafts, and many other techniques to appeal to the multiple intelligences of students. We also help to identify and highlight specific strategies to help our students retain and apply his/her learning.

 

Our group learning support programmes are conducted in parent-child format. We believe when we involve and empower parents, we not only help our students, but also help strengthen parent-child relationships. After all, parents are their child’s first teachers. 

 

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Targeted at in-service early childhood educators, our Professional Development Workshops place emphasis on answering the burning questions teachers may have in working with learners with special needs and focus on equipping participants with their own toolkit through hands-on experiences and activities.

 

Content is customizable to the learning needs of the participants and delivered bite-size, with lots of practical sharing. 

 

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Professional development workshops

S.E.E.K Early Intervention

S.E.E.K Learning support

Autism Special Needs Education

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