Igniting Learning Journeys – one child at a time
The CDC is one of the best early learning centres for children with special needs. We have been with the CDC for more than a year now, and we are happy to see my child making good progress every day. All teachers and therapists are skilful, experienced, patient, and passionate. They love what they do, and they do care about the children. Also, the CDC organises parent workshops and seminars which are helpful and informative. We, as parents, have learnt so much here.
The staff at CDC are amazing. Their expertise, dedication and care has ensured that our son has made great progress over the past two years. A real strength is the clear communication between CDC and parents. The regular feedback, encouragement, sharing of targets and general advice is really helpful. This approach allows us to think about how to provide effective support at home.
Mrs T. Bergkvist
My daughter has been attending CDC for almost 3 years and has come such a long way from where we started, all with the support and warmth of the CDC team. She just loves to go to school in the morning, the warm reception she gets from her friends, followed by her excitement when she sees all the teachers welcoming her is delightful to watch. CDC has been so supportive in helping us to achieve our specific goals.
We are truly blessed to have you and CDC. To have people who support families like us makes our journey lighter.
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• Consistently provide an excellent standard of teaching for young children with a wide variety of abilities.
• Assess both formally and informally and devise individual learning plans.
• Create interesting and engaging teaching plans.
• Work closely with parents within the classroom.
Implement 1:1 and small group clinical programmes based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)
Independently follow and execute each child’s home and/or centre-based clinical plans.
Assist each child, as needed, to acquire academic and/or appropriate life skills. This may include toileting, eating, and other self-help skills.
Communication temptations are a great technique to motivate your child to communicate and to enhance their language development. It means deliberately setting up the environment so your child is exposed to something unexpected or surprising, or where they need help from you.