Early Intervention


According to research, early intervention offers highly positive results to children with special needs (ASD, ADD, Down syndrome, and neurodiversity).


Experts like Developmental Pediatricians, Occupational therapists, and other medical advocates recommend having the child exposed to early intervention such as ABA for the developmental gaps filled immediately.


Early intervention is based on the principle that all children are unique and have strengths, abilities, and interests.


The earlier a child receives services, the greater the chance for success in school and life.


Children who receive early intervention services typically demonstrate more significant gains in cognitive, social-emotional, and motor development than their peers who do not accept these services.

Cute female therapist helping a baby practice balance on an early stimulation and development school

In addition, early intervention has been shown to reduce the likelihood of future development of more severe problems.


As a result, early intervention provides a valuable opportunity for children with special needs to reach their full potential.


Studies suggest, children in their first few years are easy to train because their brain works like a sponge.


They will be able to adopt positive behaviors quickly, learn to follow basic instructions, perform tasks independently and quickly absorb information as far as academe is concerned.


So we encourage parents and primary caregivers to help their kids by not delaying the therapy.


For children to reach their fullest potential, they must receive the necessary support and guidance early on in life.


By starting treatment early, we can set them up for success both academically and in their future activities.

Signature practices

Our World at Skole curriculum includes preschool Signature Practices that offer hands-on approaches to encourage the skills your child will need in kindergarten and beyond: