Breaking Barriers – Early Intervention Programme

We believe that all children have their own individual strengths and interests. All children have the ability to learn when they are given with equal opportunities in an environment they can thrive in.

Breaking Barriers – Early Intervention Programme

Offers additional support and services for children with or at risk of developmental delay and their families from birth to six years of age. It aims to help children acquire and apply skills that they are specifically challenged with through professional and structured intervention in a group setting.

Headstart for Life has been appointed by the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA) to run the approved Pilot for Private Intervention Providers (PPIP) Programme, ‘Breaking Barriers – Early Intervention Programme’. PPIP offers more choices of early intervention for children who have been referred for the Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC). Children enrolled in the PPIP programme will receive subsidies that will help to partially defray the cost of the EI services received.

For more information on PPIP, please contact us or visit SG Enable’s Website for more information.

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Who needs Early Intervention Programme?

The EIP programme is a specialised support programme for children who are identified to have developmental delay, diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other additional needs. It aims to help children develop functional skills they need to take part in everyday activities.

Our EIP Approach

We use Activity – Based Intervention (ABI), which allows the integration of intervention goals into the daily experiences of the child in physical and social environments. We develop the child’s functional skills applied across environments and situations through play, routines and daily activities.

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Our Breaking Barriers – Early Intervention Programme Process

Call for Appointment
Initial Assessment
Goal Development