Early Intervention Program

For children from birth to 6 years of age.

Early Intervention Program

The Early Intervention Programme is an educational programme designed for young children with developmental delays from birth to six years. It is a centre-based programme where children attend in small groups of 5-8 children, once or twice a week. They attend the sessions together with at least one parent or caregiver.

Each child enrolled at SPICES follows an Individual Education Plan drawn up after a comprehensive assessment. This programme seeks to stimulate all areas of the child’s development in a holistic way.

EIP Class Structure

  • Table activities
  • Gross Motor activities
  • Snack time
  • Art and Craft
  • Singing and Music
  • Sand/ Water Play and Dough Play
  • Pretend Play
  • Story Time

EIP Introduction

Early Intervention & Detection

Early intervention and detection are two important areas to ensure a better outcome for children with disabilities. We help parents identify developmental delays and provide opportunities for learning at an early age through quality educational programmes.

Family Involvement

Parental involvement is imperative in our services. We equip parents with essential skills and information as well as offer practical, emotional and spiritual support.


We promote public awareness of the special needs of children with learning disabilities and their full inclusion and participation in society.

Collaboration and Support

We assist and collaborate with a network of EIP centres nationwide to promote and develop quality programmes and expertise in the field of special education.