DSA(S)’s Children’s Education Services (CES) seek to promote services for children with Down syndrome from birth to the age of 18.
These services include:
Infant Toddler Programme (ITP)
Registered Early Intervention Programme with the Ministry of Social and Family Development Baby Bonus Approved
Ensures that families and caregivers of infants and toddlers with disabilities have the opportunity to enhance the development of their children within their everyday routines, activities and places.
Developmental appropriate intervention aligned with MOE curriculum.
Weekly centre-based sessions with monthly home visits.
Integration Facilitation Support Programme (IFSP)
IFSP offers a continuum of itinerant special education services for preschool and school age children.
IFSP teachers are MOE registered.
Provides services in the areas of communication, social skills, and cognitive development.
Is an inclusive experience for children with Down Syndrome resulting in a sense of belonging, positive social relationships, and accelerated development and learning.
Our intent is to improve access, participation and support for our students in mainstream educational settings.
Educational Enhancement Programme (EEP)
Children's Education Services' series of workshops for parents and mainstream educators cater to specific age groups and needs, giving participants unique and clear insights.
For more information, please contact us or email Ms Viemala, Head (Children's Education Services) at firstname.lastname@example.org