The Early Intervention Unit at VMS
The Early Intervention unit at VMS is meant for children who are at risk for developmental delays, children who have developmental delays or have established conditions in the age from birth to three years.
Children with all kinds of disabilities such as visual impairment, hearing impairment, motor impairment, speech-language and communication delay are offered early intervention services. Early Intervention facilities are directed to the developmental needs of children, from birth until the age of three years.
The unit aims to minimize the effects of handicaps on the child’s growth and development and maximize opportunities to engage in normal activities of early childhood.
This unit undertakes the systematic gathering of information to determine the current level of functioning, identify instructional objectives and evaluate the current progress, and thus plan the intervention to meet the level of functioning and development of the child.