It’s the final term of the school year! This semester, our theme was ‘My School and my Community’ and the children engaged in a variety of activities which helped them learn about the things they can do in school and in their communities.
Let’s have a look at some of the activities which took place during the semester!
Children with Autism may face difficulties during dental visits due to unfamiliarity of the environment, bright lights or loud sounds of dental equipment. However, it is important to maintain the oral health of our children. What can parents do to help their children maintain healthy oral hygiene and establish a healthy relationship with the dentist?
At the end of each school year, WeCAN EIP parents and teachers typically meet for the final Parent Communication Night where we gather to relive memories of the past year and celebrate the successes of our children. In these atypical times of Covid-19 social distancing, for the year 2020, we turned to the online platform of Zoom to have this annual get-together.
Welcome to another new and exciting year of learning at WeCAN EIP. We congratulate our 30 students and families who have graduated from ARC(S)’s WeCAN Early Intervention Programme and moved on to other post-EIP placements to continue their learning journeys.
The WeCAN EIP programme was developed in 2004 as a key component of Project Platinum to meet the needs of young children on the autism spectrum and their families in Singapore. The programme develops a scalable intervention package that can be implemented across Singapore and beyond for children on the autism spectrum between the ages of 18mths and 6 years. It also provides autism specific intervention for young children with the diagnosis of autism, in order to help them gain functional and independent skills for more successful transition.