Singapore's Finest Early Intervention Program

Contact us by filling out the form below, we will revert within 1 business day. We highly recommend scheduling a visit to meet with our Clinic Manager or Program Director, to best understand your family’s unique needs and explain our EIP’s benefits, excellence and uniqueness.

Meet The RLG Team

Judith Ramos-Guerrero

Program Director

Judith Ramos-Guerrero (M.Ed) is our Early Intervention Program Director with a BSc in Occupational Therapy and double Masters in Special Education and Early Childhood Education. She started her pediatric practice in 1998 and has worked in different settings from hospital, homes, clinics and schools across different countries (United States, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore).

Teaching & Therapy Team

All of our special education teachers have graduate degrees, and have 10 – 20 years of experience in early education. Our class sizes are a maximum of 4 children per class, with a teacher and assistant on hand.

We also have a large team of speech and language, occupational therapists and physiotherapists who provides daily therapy for the children in small group settings and in pairs. Our therapists are highly experienced and trained in special areas such as sensory integration and Floortime. They are collaborative and neurodiversity-affirming in their approach.

Kaleidoscope's
Approach

Child-led

A child-led approach honors the child’s innate drive to learn, fosters curiosity, promotes collaboration and problem solving and helps to establish a trusting relationship. Allowing choice also leads to increased attention, motivation and task persistence.

Family-focused

Our approach is first and foremost warm and caring. We are respectful, ethical and empathetic. We listen, value parental input and work hand-in-hand with families.

Strengths-based

A strength-based model of support incorporates the child’s strengths into therapy and uses these strengths to scaffold less developed skills as this increases motivation, builds confidence and provides more opportunities for success.

Kaleidoscope EIP's Difference

Our EIP is designed to address the 5 core developmental domains, as highlighted by the MSF Singapore, using evidence-based interventions, and an interdisciplinary approach. Additionally, we focus on Academic Skills & School Readiness, to ensure best outcomes.

Our Curicullum

Our program addresses the core developmental domains of gross and fine motor skills, cognitive and perceptual skills, communication and language skills, self-help skills, social skills and early academic skills. All of these contribute to school readiness.

Our Support

We guide you into understanding your child better and help transition your child with their changing needs. We offer training each term to ensure parents/caregivers are equipped to help the children. We share goals, techniques and approaches and work collaboratively with parents to ensure that the child’s skills are constantly progressing.

Our Communication

Our staff understand that communication is key to understanding and meeting a child’s needs, so we give constant feedback at drop off and pick up, a weekly update through our learning app, a comprehensive report at the end of each term and a parent-teacher conference with the Head of Program.

We constantly monitor, document and review the progress of each child, and also conduct family/caregiver workshops and training.

What Parents Are Saying About Us

Azmi, Father of Zikri

“As a parent, we completely understand how hard it was at the early stages of looking for a trusted therapy centre that truly understood our child’s needs, and from our experience, we wholeheartedly would definitely recommend Kaleidoscope to other parents who are going through a similar situation as us.

 

Thank you Kaleidoscope for not only helping Zikri but also for helping us parents to also understand our children better.”

Fiza, Mother of Awsam

“We are beyond blessed to have come across Kaleidoscope’s EIP: Ready Let’s Go for our then 2 and half year old boy.

 

The therapy and lessons he gets to enjoy everyday of Ready Lets Go has enabled him to reach milestones that we are so grateful for. The friends he made in Ready Let’s Go have helped him to gain confidence and skills in trying to communicate and use his words.

 

The therapists that have worked with our boy have just been amazing.”

Tamara, Mother of Indi

“I feel like I have been really lucky to have come here, perhaps kismet. This has been an important part of my son’s development to help him succeed.

 

On the plus side for me, I have also made some great friends through Ready Let’s Go. Meeting the other parents who are going through exactly what you are going through just makes it easier, someone else understands the ups and the downs that you as a parent are going through. So you help the child but also the parents can benefit personally too.

 

So a huge thank you is in order!!!”

Flexible Scheduling

We offer a morning or afternoon 5-day program. We can also offer additional therapies and/or a 3-day program to help integrate new entrants.

*per month

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Who is our program for?

Our program is designed to benefit children aged 2-7 with developmental differences – such as autism, ADHD, speech/language delays, sensory processing differences, cerebral palsy, and Down syndrome.

(Note: We do not require an official diagnosis. Our expert psychologists can provide one, if needed)

Children suspected or diagnosed with autism, ADHD or other developmental delays

Children with speech/language delays and/or social communications challenges

Children who are not benefiting from their mainstream preschool programs

Our Curriculum

Our EIP is designed to address the 5 core developmental domains, as highlighted by the MSF Singapore, using evidence-based interventions, and an interdisciplinary approach. Additionally, we focus on Academic Skills & School Readiness, to ensure best outcomes.

Our program includes daily occupational therapy sessions to address gross-motor skills such as running, climbing, balancing, and fine-motor skills such as writing, and cutting with scissors.

When our children are in the playground and experience a swing, a slide a see-saw and even a sandpit for the first time, they try to understand what their senses are telling them. Is it high, low, fast, slow, smooth or rough? Our program helps our children experience and perceive different sensory experiences as a way to learn about themselves and the world around them.  This helps them pay attention for longer, remember experiences better so they can come up with ideas, learn from their mistakes, solve problems as well as make better decisions.

Our program includes daily speech therapy sessions to help each child communicate to the best of their ability. This could be by supporting the production of speech, or it could be by promoting alternatives to speech such as using gestures, signs, picture or symbol boards, or other communication devices (AAC)

We work alongside families to support self care skills such as self-feeding, dressing, toileting and personal hygiene so that children can become as independent as possible. Learning self-care also teaches children important skills such as sequencing, planning and problem solving.

Our program works on social skills on a daily basis through therapy sessions and lessons. These skills are essential for the development of self confidence, resilience, empathy and the ability to socialize with peers

Our program is designed so that lessons and activities are based on a clear understanding of the child’s developmental level, learning strengths and special interests. Skills addressed include the ability to transition, follow routines and participate in group learning.

We constantly monitor, document and review the progress of each child, and also conduct family/caregiver workshops and training.