Early Intervention Program (EIP) is a system of services to help young children who have developmental delays or problems. WeShine Intervention program is an early intervention program for children with developmental delays or problems such as Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Slow Learners, Dyslexia etc developed by two certified clinical psychologists, Farah Putrinegara and Shazeema Bt Mashood Shah of WeCare Allied Health Center in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur.
Farah and Shazeema have been providing services to children with developmental problems since 2010 and found that there was a lack of appropriate intervention programs to enrol children with developmental problems to help them address their unique difficulties. This inspired them to initiate their own early intervention program.
This program is unique from others in many ways. The main reason would be that, upon entering WeShine EIP, your child will undergo an assessment conducted by two experienced clinical psychologists who will give you the answers to all your questions in regards to their education and development. This assessment will identify your child’s precise developmental level as well as their strengths and weaknesses.
This information, in turn, will be used for the development of your child’s Individual Education Plan (IEP), which is unique to your child and caters to his/her abilities, culture, background, and education system.
Each EIP plan is also constructed by WeCare’s credible, multi-disciplinary team of professionals that consists of clinical psychologists, occupational therapists, special needs educators, and speech-language pathologists. Furthermore, our clinical psychologists will also be hands-on working with the team to update, revise, and review your child’s progress and fulfill your child’s needs. Therefore, your child is getting all the help that he/she needs under one roof. Overall, this EIP is constructed according to your child for your child – one child’s program is different to another.
WeShine Early Intervention Program focuses on helping eligible children learn the basic and brand-new skills that typically develop during the first few years of life, such as
  • physical (reaching, rolling, crawling, and walking)
  • cognitive (thinking, learning, solving problems)
  • communication (talking, listening, understanding)
  • social/emotional (playing, feeling secure and happy)
  • self-help (eating, dressing).
Many parents have no idea where to send their kids and might send them to normal kindergartens which may not be suitable for their children. This EIP will help your child catch-up and increase their chances of success in school and life overall. Some children have a relatively routine entry into the world, but may develop slower than others, experience setbacks, or develop in ways that seem very different from other children. Hence, WeShine Early Intervention Program is here to provide the right services for your child’s needs and help enhance their skills.
To be eligible for WeShine EIP, your child must have:
1. Developmental problems
2. Level of Functioning: Mild to Moderate
After being selected, your child will undergo a Psychological Assessment in order to assess their strengths and weaknesses. This is to help us create and Individual Education Plan (IEP) for your Child.
An IEP is an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) that specifically caters to your child’s needs to improve his or her skills. This IEP for your child will be created by the Clinical Psychologist with the assistance of WeCare’s Speech-Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, and Special Education Teacher. We understand that every child is unique and we aim to nurture their potential and enhance their skills in a friendly and conducive environment. We will also boost their emotional well-being and self-confidence to develop a well-rounded and happy child.
  1. Clinical Psychologist
  2. Occupational Therapist
  3. Speech-Language Pathologist
  4. Special Needs Educator
  1. Developmental screening for each student: Upon entering WeShine IIEP, your child will undergo a developmental screening to identify your child’s precise developmental level as well as their strengths and weaknesses. The information will be used for the development of your child’s Individual Education Plan (IEP), which is unique to your child and caters to his/her abilities, culture, background and education system. You also have the choice of getting a formal (Diagnostic) assessment to know what your child’s diagnosis is, and to obtain an even more specific intervention plan for your child.
  2. Everyone has their own intervention plan: Individual Education Plan (IEP) for each student means, each student’s concern is addressed specifically, in order to boost their developmental ability. In some Early Intervention Programs, the students in the class do not have an individual education plan and have generalized education plans set by teachers. In other words, they need to follow the general learning plan, instead of the plan following each child’s specific needs.
  3. Intervention for all aspects of development: This program is developed and run by two experienced Certified Clinical Psychologists who are specialists in Child Development. We know that the development of each child is different and that they may unique characteristics and potential. We will make sure that your child receives an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) which not only focuses on their academic abilities but on their socialization, communication, and daily living skills. We also aim to create a happy, cheerful, and friendly environment for your child.
  1. Strict pickup policy; Only parents and guardian registered in the application the form is permitted to enter to pick up their children.
  2. Parents are to inform or call the WeCare Allied Health Center if there are changes during pick up and drop off.
  3. Parents are advised to give us a backup emergency contact, in case we are unable to reach the primary contact number.
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