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

Happy 54th Birthday, Singapore!
This National Day, the children had a delightful time while enhancing their communication skills and learning more about racial harmony and recycling. Look at the fun activities they had!
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Children from EIPIC went on a Toy Story Adventure
Children from SPD’s Building Bridges EIPIC centres were greeted by Toy Story characters at the Children’s Festival at Gardens by the Bay this June. Read more here.
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Binding Caregivers Together Through Food
The Building Bridges EIPIC Centre at SPD@Tampines piloted its first #MakanBonding session in March for caregivers. Find out more from social work associate, Valery Veronica Lee.
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Managing Challenging Behaviours in Children – Part 2
In the second part of this series, SPD’s early intervention psychologist, Jacelyn Loh, shares more strategies on managing children’s challenging behaviours.
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Managing Challenging Behaviours in Children – Part 1
Caregivers may be at a loss of what to do when their child displays challenging behaviours. SPD’s early intervention psychologist, Jacelyn Loh, shares some strategies in managing children's emotions.
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In Conversation with Occupational Therapist Grazel Ng
Senior occupational therapist (OT) Grazel Ng shares more of her role as an OT in supporting children with developmental needs at their preschools.
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Where Storybook Characters Come to ‘Live’
The children from Building Bridges EIPIC Centres at SPD were elated as storybook characters came to life during a performance-based storytelling workshop. Read more of their excitement here.
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Children benefiting from EIPIC Under-2s and DS-Plus
SPD piloted the two new programmes, EIPIC Under-2s and Development Support (DS)-Plus. Read more on how Thaen Aiyen and Elijah Lim have improved under the programmes.
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Two New Programmes for Children with Developmental Needs
The Government recently announced two new schemes and additional financial support for families with children with developmental needs. Find out more here.
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Structured Teaching – A Teaching Model for Caregivers
The "Gradual Release of Responsibility" model promotes the child’s independent learning. Learn more as SPD's early intervention teacher, Gerry Da, explains.
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