WeShine Special Education Center

WeShine IIEP center first opened in Kuala Lumpur. This center is an extension of WeCare – Allied Health Center; it is one and the same. It was after WeCare center had opened that Farah and Shazeema received an overflow of children who had difficulties. These children underwent assessments and were found to be in need of an educational intervention.

Who we are

Farah and Shazeema referred parents to other centers but consistently found themselves in a pickle, as these children had specific needs. Since they are clinical psychologists who have assessed each child’s specific strengths and weaknesses and are able to determine just the kind of intervention needed, the WeShine program was developed.

This was in the best interest to provide the proper and precise services to each of these children; a one stop center that would provide the answers and the solution together. This is a holistic program that tackles more than one or two developmental areas; involving the collaboration of the parents, clinical psychologists and other professionals.

Why us?

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 aim to utilize our expertise with the help of our team- Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Special Needs Educator to make sure that your child receives all the help under one roof. 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.Problems with Reading & Writing Skills.​

Our Target Students

Children diagnosed with Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Slow Learners, Global Developmental Delay (GDD), Speech Delay, Problems with Socialization, Motor Skills Problems, Behavior Problems, Problems with Reading & Writing Skills.​

What We Do

EIP components

Motor skill(Gross & Fine)

Developing the child’s coordinated pattern of movement acquired through practice involving the ability to execute movements effectively to achieve intended outcomes. 

Behaviour & social skills

Developing the child’s concentration, widening their interaction with others (peers and other adults), learning how to greet/say farewell to others, developing their play skills in an acceptable manner. 

Language & communication

This area focuses on giving language stimulation to children to increase their vocabulary and language skills so that they can express their needs and wants. 

Daily living skills

Learning to be as independent as possible in eating and drinking, going to the toilet and dressing /undressing, self-care and much more. 

Cognitive skills

Developing their alphabet, number, colour knowledge more. Different topics are covered with each term focusing on knowledge of ourselves and the world around us. 

Teaching approaches

Individualized education plan (IEP)

Caters uniquely to the needs of the child, helping them acquire the necessary skills, independence, and self-confidence for a bright future. IEP covers goals tailored for each child set by special educators and therapists. 

Applied behaviour analysis

An approach based on the principles of learning used to facilitate skills in aspects of early intervention. It is used to reinforce positive behaviors by presenting rewards after a desirable response. 

Positive behaviour support

An approach to help children with problem behaviours in reaching their goal. This approach is designed to reduce problem behaviours while increase adaptive, socially appropriate skills through individualised treatment strategies. 

Multisensory learning

A learning method that involves two or more senses within the same activity. These senses are visual (through their eyes), auditory (through touch). It is also known as VAK (visual-aduditory-kinesthetic-tactile) learning. 

Learn through modeling

According to social learning theory by Badura, people often learn from one another through observations, imitation, and modeling. This is especially true for children as one of the ways they learn is through their environment. 

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