Mind Institute’s interdisciplinary Early Intervention Program (EIP) provides early identification, evaluation and intervention for children up to the age of 6 years old facing mild to moderate challenges. Our team includes a Pediatric Speech Therapist, Pediatric Occupational Therapist, Pediatric Psychologist, Behavior Therapist, Play Therapist, Dance Therapist and Early Childhood Education specialists who combine play-based approaches with proven behavioral methods in a mixture of structured and semi-structured activities. Your child will receive a customized, comprehensive and coordinated program, tailored to his/her needs to ensure that their social, communication and language, cognitive, self-help and fine/ gross motor developmental milestones are attained and achieved. Our program includes professionals who oversee your child’s progress, modify the program as necessary and respect the parents’ role.
- Social skills (emotions, turn taking, waiting)
- Functional communication, speech, and language
- Cognitive skills (attention, focus, self-regulation, problem-solving)
- Self-help skill/ daily living skills (toileting, dressing, eating, hygiene)
- Fine/ gross motor developmental milestones
- Reducing challenging behaviors
- Pre-academic skills, including early literacy and numeracy
Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is a U.K. curriculum tailored for both mainstream and special needs education that sets meticulous standards for the learning, development and care of your child from birth to 5 years old.