Remedial Intervention

The Remedial Intervention Programme at the International Centre for Children and Families ( ICCF) aims to provide Educational Therapy for Children who may be diagnosed or at risk for Learning Difficulties as well as those diagnosed with Attention Deficit and Hyperactive Disorders ( ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder, Speech-Language and Communication Difficulties & Developmental Delays.

Support for your Learning

The Remedial Therapist / Special Educator combines Educational and Therapeutic approaches for case management which includes evaluation and remediation. The Therapist and Educator writes up an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) to work with the child. This is shared with parents and school teachers as well. Children with Learning Disabilities or special educational needs require appropriate and consistent remedial intervention. Attention Deficit and Language and Communication difficulties often make learning difficult and children require a multi-disciplinary team of special educators and therapists to work together to form the Individual Educational Plan. Parents are a part of the process of framing an IEP along with the parents. Each child receives an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP)suited to his or her specific learning needs and mapped to specific learning outcomes.

The assessment includes a variety of assessment tools and strategies to gather functional, developmental, and academic information about the child. This evaluation may also include measures of academic skills (norm-referenced and criterion-referenced), cognitive abilities and processes, social-emotional development, and indirect sources of data (e.g., teacher reports).

ICCF also looks forward to supporting children diagnosed with global delays leading to moderate to low academic abilities. These children may display significant learning gaps for whom a regular mainstream curricula may be significantly challenging. ICCF would make all effort to enable these children to achieve basic literacy skills with an aim to be able to live as independently as possible. The curricula will focus on working through a Functional Academic and Life Skills Programme.

Additional Support

  • Addressing Concerns that come from school
  • Develop Differentiated Instruction samples for teachers at school to follow
  • Develop and transact an Adapted and Modified Curriculum for children who may not be able to work on mainstream school curricula
  • Liaising with Parents, Counselors, Therapists, etc.
  • Coordinating with schools for teacher-learner support
  • Conduct Training Programs for in-service staff and teachers from other schools and related professionals
  • Working with School Leavers- career advice and counselling services
  • Coordination with the National Institute of Open School (NIOS) if necessary for some children who may need to learn through the Open School System- provide support to parents and children.
  • Professional Development for Mainstream and Special Educators

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