Early Intervention Program

  • Transition each childinto regular school

    • Help your child’s socioemotional, communication and sensorimotor skills to develop.

      Our program for neurodiverse children which focuses on transitioning the child into his natural habitat which is the regular school or mainstream. This program will help the child’s socioemotional, communication and sensorimotor skills to develop.

    • Early intervention for Neurodiverse children

      At EALC, we use Language-Focused Class for both special students & others with challenges with their abilities to cope up. The center helps develop and transition slowly these students so they are equipped with whatever they need to step up in life.

    • Learning is based on individual's pace & mastery

      Unlike big schools, learning is based on the individual’s pace and mastery and not by outlines or curricula that are restricted by time periods. Learning is made even more interesting by their illustrated work texts, which serve to keep the study experience engaging. The students are given check-ups, self-tests, and practice tests to help them evaluate themselves and determine their readiness for the PACE test. The PACE test objectively measures the student’s mastery of the material.

  • Neurodiversity is a concept that’s been around for a while. In a nutshell, it means that brain differences are just that: differences. So conditions like ADHD and autism aren’t “abnormal.” They’re simply variations of the human brain. For kids with learning and thinking differences, the idea of neurodiversity has real benefits. It can help kids (and their parents) frame their challenges as differences, rather than as deficits. It can also shed light on instructional approaches that might help to highlight particular strengths kids have.

    — www.understood.org
  • Enrol your child to the Remote Blended Learning Program (RBL)

    A program suited for distance learning in time of Covid-19