Tag: Early Intervention Programme for Infants & Children (EIPIC)

5 Fun Facts About Occupational Therapy
In celebration of Occupational Therapy Day on 11 January, our occupational therapists (OTs) share some interesting facts about their profession. 
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Improving your Child’s Visual Perception Skills
Visual perception skills are needed in daily routines such as reading, dressing and many other activities. Here are some tips to help our children overcome their visual perception challenges.
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SPD Celebrates Service Quality and Excellence
We are proud to share that we are recipients of 13 Awards at the Community Care Excellence Awards 2022, and a Commendation Award at the ECDA Awards for Excellence in [...]
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Giving your child a JUMPstart
Jumping is a key skill that requires balance, coordination and body awareness. Our physiotherapist shares some tips to help your child learn jumping skills at home.
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“I’ll return as your colleague” – The journey of a former client turned social worker
Stroke survivor Lee Yong Jie is a former client at SPD's Transition to Employment Programme. He is now a social worker at SPD. Read on to see how he tapped [...]
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Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder and How We Can Help
The autism spectrum is wide and differs from person to person in severity and combinations of symptoms. Individuals with autism who receive timely and adequate support and intervention can develop [...]
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Meet Elizabeth Samuel, the Teacher Aide (Professionals’ Day Special)
Teaching young children has always been the passion of teacher aide Elizabeth Samuel. With a heart for helping the special ones, this prompted Elizabeth to return to work at SPD [...]
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A Different Kind of National Day Celebration
This year's National Day celebrations at SPD were a muted but meaningful affair at our centres. Although the scaled-down celebrations may not be as boisterous as previous years, it has [...]
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Encouraging your child to wear a mask
With the lifting of the circuit breaker from 2 June, 2020, children will begin to return to their pre-schools and early intervention centres gradually. To prepare your child to return [...]
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Handling the Stress of Caregiving while Telecommuting
Caregivers who work in the day now have to telecommute from home. Caregivers of children with special needs can be highly stressed and will need respite and support over this [...]
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