Effective early intervention works to prevent problems occurring, or to tackle them head-on when they do, before problems get worse. It also helps to foster a whole set of personal strengths and skills that prepare a child for adult life. Early intervention works to reduce the risk factors and increase the protective factors in a child’s life.
Early intervention means identifying and providing effective early support to children and young people who are at risk of poor outcomes.
A school that has a well-equipped foundation provides children with opportunities to excel in areas that they learn during regular school day.
We give children a developmental program along with a safe and nurturing environment. The program concentrates on the children’s individual needs in addition to the group’s needs. Overall, the program aims at developing positive self-esteem, good health, developing a sense of independence and the sharing spirit, within a sensitive environment.
A greater number of children identified with ASD has led to a growing interest in the transition to adolescence and adulthood. For most young people, including those with ASD, adolescence and young adulthood are filled with new challenges, responsibilities, and opportunities.
However, research suggests fewer young people with ASD have the same opportunities as their peers without ASD.In addition, individuals with ASD may experience changes in their ASD symptoms, behaviors, and co-occurring health conditions during adolescence and young adulthood.