THK EIPIC Centres

THK EIPIC Centre is a group of four Early Intervention Programme for Infant and Children (EIPIC) centres established by Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities (THKMC), the subsidiary welfare arm of Thye Hua Kwan Moral Society (THKMS).

The Early Intervention Programme for Infants & Children (EIPIC) helps equip children with motor, communication, social, self-help and cognitive skills.

THK EIPIC Centre involves structuring classes around small groups encompassing early childhood special education, social work and therapy support services to stimulate their adaptive functioning and school readiness skills. All centres are equipped with specially created classrooms, an assessment-intake room, a physical and occupational therapy gym, child-sized toileting facilities, and a parent-counseling room. 12 to 28 classes are conducted in a day, and each class lasts two to three hours each. Each centre is designed to address the different educational and therapeutic needs of the children and an intensive four-hour five days a week Preparatory Program is available at Choa Chu Kang centre to prepare 4 to 6 years old children with special needs for mainstream curriculum and learning environments.

A typical day at THK EIPIC Centre is similar to a day at any preschool, encompassing activities such as circle-time, work time, play-time and snack time. The activities are then modified by a teacher trained in early childhood/disability so that children with special needs are able to participate and benefit fully from the programme. In addition to small group teacher-led activities, these children will also receive a combination of individual and small group speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, art therapy, music therapy, and adaptive Physical Education according to their parent’s concerns and their individual developmental needs.

  1. THK EIPIC Centre @ Woodlands

    About EIPIC Centres*
    A child is a child first, then a child with special needs

    THYE HUA KWAN EIPIC Centre is a group of four Early Intervention Programme for Infant and Children (EIPIC) centres established by Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities (THKMC), the subsidiary welfare arm of Thye Hua Kwan Moral Society (THKMS).

    Established in May 2006, THK EIPIC Centre is located in Woodlands (2006), Choa Chu Kang (2008), Tampines (2012), and Ang Mo Kio (2013) to provide early intervention services for children with disabilities, as well as disability support services for their families. Currently, these centres serve up to 800 children and their families.

    Children enrolled at THK EIPIC Centre are aged 0 to 7 years old. They include children with Autism (40%), Global Development Delay (50%), and other Disabling Conditions (10%) including Physical Disabilities, Speech Language Delays, Learning Difficulties, Attention Difficulties, Hearing Impairments, Visual Impairments, and Down syndrome. Of which, 40% of them come from families with income falling within the lowest two income tiers as qualified by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). In turn, these children receive funding and pay school fees on a sliding scale base on government means test.

    THK EIPIC Centre involves structuring classes around small groups encompassing early childhood special education, social work and therapy support services to stimulate their adaptive functioning and school readiness skills. All centres are equipped with specially created classrooms, an assessment-intake room, a physical and occupational therapy gym, child-sized toileting facilities, and a parent-counseling room. 12 to 28 classes are conducted in a day, and each class lasts two to three hours each. Each centre is designed to address the different educational and therapeutic needs of the children and an intensive four-hour five days a week Preparatory Program is available at Choa Chu Kang centre to prepare 4 to 6 years old children with special needs for mainstream curriculum and learning environments.

    A typical day at THK EIPIC Centre is similar to a day at any preschool, encompassing activities such as circle-time, work time, play-time and snack time. The activities are then modified by a teacher trained in early childhood/disability so that children with special needs are able to participate and benefit fully from the programme. In addition to small group teacher-led activities, these children will also receive a combination of individual and small group speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, art therapy, music therapy, and adaptive Physical Education according to their parent’s concerns and their individual developmental needs.

    The centre prides itself in being family-centered by running support programs for the families of these disabled children. These programs come in the form of financial aid and bursary dispensation, counselling services, parent support groups, sibling support groups and parent training to help them cope better.

    THK EIPIC Centre has been the grateful beneficiary of the time and donations of several Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives and projects by Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation, Heineken, Republic Polytechnic, Singapore Technologies Dynamics and Singapore Turf Club.

    For more information about our centres and programs, please visit our website at www.thkmc.org.sg

     


    Operating hours:

    THK EIPIC Centre @ Woodlands
    Operating hours:

    Monday to Friday :
    9am to 6pm

    Blk 716 Woodlands Drive 70 #01-124
    Singapore 730716
    Tel: 6362 5371 / 6362 6215 / 6362 2483
    Fax: 6365 4979
    There are also extended classrooms at:
    Blk 646 Woodlands Ring Road
    #01-98
    Singapore 730646
    Tel: 6367 8209
  2. THK EIPIC Centre @ CCK

    About EIPIC Centres*
    A child is a child first, then a child with special needs

    THYE HUA KWAN EIPIC Centre is a group of four Early Intervention Programme for Infant and Children (EIPIC) centres established by Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities (THKMC), the subsidiary welfare arm of Thye Hua Kwan Moral Society (THKMS).

    Established in May 2006, THK EIPIC Centre is located in Woodlands (2006), Choa Chu Kang (2008), Tampines (2012), and Ang Mo Kio (2013) to provide early intervention services for children with disabilities, as well as disability support services for their families. Currently, these centres serve up to 800 children and their families.

    Children enrolled at THK EIPIC Centre are aged 0 to 7 years old. They include children with Autism (40%), Global Development Delay (50%), and other Disabling Conditions (10%) including Physical Disabilities, Speech Language Delays, Learning Difficulties, Attention Difficulties, Hearing Impairments, Visual Impairments, and Down syndrome. Of which, 40% of them come from families with income falling within the lowest two income tiers as qualified by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). In turn, these children receive funding and pay school fees on a sliding scale base on government means test.

    THK EIPIC Centre involves structuring classes around small groups encompassing early childhood special education, social work and therapy support services to stimulate their adaptive functioning and school readiness skills. All centres are equipped with specially created classrooms, an assessment-intake room, a physical and occupational therapy gym, child-sized toileting facilities, and a parent-counseling room. 12 to 28 classes are conducted in a day, and each class lasts two to three hours each. Each centre is designed to address the different educational and therapeutic needs of the children and an intensive four-hour five days a week Preparatory Program is available at Choa Chu Kang centre to prepare 4 to 6 years old children with special needs for mainstream curriculum and learning environments.

    A typical day at THK EIPIC Centre is similar to a day at any preschool, encompassing activities such as circle-time, work time, play-time and snack time. The activities are then modified by a teacher trained in early childhood/disability so that children with special needs are able to participate and benefit fully from the programme. In addition to small group teacher-led activities, these children will also receive a combination of individual and small group speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, art therapy, music therapy, and adaptive Physical Education according to their parent’s concerns and their individual developmental needs.

    The centre prides itself in being family-centered by running support programs for the families of these disabled children. These programs come in the form of financial aid and bursary dispensation, counselling services, parent support groups, sibling support groups and parent training to help them cope better.

    THK EIPIC Centre has been the grateful beneficiary of the time and donations of several Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives and projects by Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation, Heineken, Republic Polytechnic, Singapore Technologies Dynamics and Singapore Turf Club.

    For more information about our centres and programs, please visit our website at www.thkmc.org.sg

     


    Operating hours:

    THK EIPIC Centre @ CCK
    Operating hours:
    Monday to Friday :
    9am to 6pm

    Blk 606 Choa Chu Kang Street 62 #01-139
    Singapore 680606
    Tel: 67629125 / 64652167
    Fax: 68920184
    Email: eipic@thkmc.org.sg
  3. THK EIPIC Centre @ CCK (Prep)

    About EIPIC Centres*
    A child is a child first, then a child with special needs

    THYE HUA KWAN EIPIC Centre is a group of four Early Intervention Programme for Infant and Children (EIPIC) centres established by Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities (THKMC), the subsidiary welfare arm of Thye Hua Kwan Moral Society (THKMS).

    Established in May 2006, THK EIPIC Centre is located in Woodlands (2006), Choa Chu Kang (2008), Tampines (2012), and Ang Mo Kio (2013) to provide early intervention services for children with disabilities, as well as disability support services for their families. Currently, these centres serve up to 800 children and their families.

    Children enrolled at THK EIPIC Centre are aged 0 to 7 years old. They include children with Autism (40%), Global Development Delay (50%), and other Disabling Conditions (10%) including Physical Disabilities, Speech Language Delays, Learning Difficulties, Attention Difficulties, Hearing Impairments, Visual Impairments, and Down syndrome. Of which, 40% of them come from families with income falling within the lowest two income tiers as qualified by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). In turn, these children receive funding and pay school fees on a sliding scale base on government means test.

    THK EIPIC Centre involves structuring classes around small groups encompassing early childhood special education, social work and therapy support services to stimulate their adaptive functioning and school readiness skills. All centres are equipped with specially created classrooms, an assessment-intake room, a physical and occupational therapy gym, child-sized toileting facilities, and a parent-counseling room. 12 to 28 classes are conducted in a day, and each class lasts two to three hours each. Each centre is designed to address the different educational and therapeutic needs of the children and an intensive four-hour five days a week Preparatory Program is available at Choa Chu Kang centre to prepare 4 to 6 years old children with special needs for mainstream curriculum and learning environments.

    A typical day at THK EIPIC Centre is similar to a day at any preschool, encompassing activities such as circle-time, work time, play-time and snack time. The activities are then modified by a teacher trained in early childhood/disability so that children with special needs are able to participate and benefit fully from the programme. In addition to small group teacher-led activities, these children will also receive a combination of individual and small group speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, art therapy, music therapy, and adaptive Physical Education according to their parent’s concerns and their individual developmental needs.

    The centre prides itself in being family-centered by running support programs for the families of these disabled children. These programs come in the form of financial aid and bursary dispensation, counselling services, parent support groups, sibling support groups and parent training to help them cope better.

    THK EIPIC Centre has been the grateful beneficiary of the time and donations of several Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives and projects by Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation, Heineken, Republic Polytechnic, Singapore Technologies Dynamics and Singapore Turf Club.

    For more information about our centres and programs, please visit our website at www.thkmc.org.sg

     


    Operating hours:

    THK EIPIC Centre @ CCK (Prep)
    Operating hours:
    Monday to Friday :
    9am to 6pm

    Blk 607 Choa Chu Kang Street 62 #01-113
    Singapore 680607
    Tel: 67629125 / 64652167
    Fax: 68920184
    Email: eipic@thkmc.org.sg
  4. THK EIPIC Centre @ Tampines

    About EIPIC Centres*
    A child is a child first, then a child with special needs

    THYE HUA KWAN EIPIC Centre is a group of four Early Intervention Programme for Infant and Children (EIPIC) centres established by Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities (THKMC), the subsidiary welfare arm of Thye Hua Kwan Moral Society (THKMS).

    Established in May 2006, THK EIPIC Centre is located in Woodlands (2006), Choa Chu Kang (2008), Tampines (2012), and Ang Mo Kio (2013) to provide early intervention services for children with disabilities, as well as disability support services for their families. Currently, these centres serve up to 800 children and their families.

    Children enrolled at THK EIPIC Centre are aged 0 to 7 years old. They include children with Autism (40%), Global Development Delay (50%), and other Disabling Conditions (10%) including Physical Disabilities, Speech Language Delays, Learning Difficulties, Attention Difficulties, Hearing Impairments, Visual Impairments, and Down syndrome. Of which, 40% of them come from families with income falling within the lowest two income tiers as qualified by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). In turn, these children receive funding and pay school fees on a sliding scale base on government means test.

    THK EIPIC Centre involves structuring classes around small groups encompassing early childhood special education, social work and therapy support services to stimulate their adaptive functioning and school readiness skills. All centres are equipped with specially created classrooms, an assessment-intake room, a physical and occupational therapy gym, child-sized toileting facilities, and a parent-counseling room. 12 to 28 classes are conducted in a day, and each class lasts two to three hours each. Each centre is designed to address the different educational and therapeutic needs of the children and an intensive four-hour five days a week Preparatory Program is available at Choa Chu Kang centre to prepare 4 to 6 years old children with special needs for mainstream curriculum and learning environments.

    A typical day at THK EIPIC Centre is similar to a day at any preschool, encompassing activities such as circle-time, work time, play-time and snack time. The activities are then modified by a teacher trained in early childhood/disability so that children with special needs are able to participate and benefit fully from the programme. In addition to small group teacher-led activities, these children will also receive a combination of individual and small group speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, art therapy, music therapy, and adaptive Physical Education according to their parent’s concerns and their individual developmental needs.

    The centre prides itself in being family-centered by running support programs for the families of these disabled children. These programs come in the form of financial aid and bursary dispensation, counselling services, parent support groups, sibling support groups and parent training to help them cope better.

    THK EIPIC Centre has been the grateful beneficiary of the time and donations of several Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives and projects by Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation, Heineken, Republic Polytechnic, Singapore Technologies Dynamics and Singapore Turf Club.

    For more information about our centres and programs, please visit our website at www.thkmc.org.sg

     


    Operating hours:

    THK EIPIC Centre @ Tampines
    Operating Hours:
    Monday to Friday:
    9am to 6pm

    Blk 424 Tampines St 41 #01-188
    Singapore 520424
    Tel: 67835338
    Fax: 67833787
  5. THK EIPIC Centre @ Ang Mo Kio

    About EIPIC Centres*
    A child is a child first, then a child with special needs

    THYE HUA KWAN EIPIC Centre is a group of four Early Intervention Programme for Infant and Children (EIPIC) centres established by Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities (THKMC), the subsidiary welfare arm of Thye Hua Kwan Moral Society (THKMS).

    Established in May 2006, THK EIPIC Centre is located in Woodlands (2006), Choa Chu Kang (2008), Tampines (2012), and Ang Mo Kio (2013) to provide early intervention services for children with disabilities, as well as disability support services for their families. Currently, these centres serve up to 800 children and their families.

    Children enrolled at THK EIPIC Centre are aged 0 to 7 years old. They include children with Autism (40%), Global Development Delay (50%), and other Disabling Conditions (10%) including Physical Disabilities, Speech Language Delays, Learning Difficulties, Attention Difficulties, Hearing Impairments, Visual Impairments, and Down syndrome. Of which, 40% of them come from families with income falling within the lowest two income tiers as qualified by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). In turn, these children receive funding and pay school fees on a sliding scale base on government means test.

    THK EIPIC Centre involves structuring classes around small groups encompassing early childhood special education, social work and therapy support services to stimulate their adaptive functioning and school readiness skills. All centres are equipped with specially created classrooms, an assessment-intake room, a physical and occupational therapy gym, child-sized toileting facilities, and a parent-counseling room. 12 to 28 classes are conducted in a day, and each class lasts two to three hours each. Each centre is designed to address the different educational and therapeutic needs of the children and an intensive four-hour five days a week Preparatory Program is available at Choa Chu Kang centre to prepare 4 to 6 years old children with special needs for mainstream curriculum and learning environments.

    A typical day at THK EIPIC Centre is similar to a day at any preschool, encompassing activities such as circle-time, work time, play-time and snack time. The activities are then modified by a teacher trained in early childhood/disability so that children with special needs are able to participate and benefit fully from the programme. In addition to small group teacher-led activities, these children will also receive a combination of individual and small group speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, art therapy, music therapy, and adaptive Physical Education according to their parent’s concerns and their individual developmental needs.

    The centre prides itself in being family-centered by running support programs for the families of these disabled children. These programs come in the form of financial aid and bursary dispensation, counselling services, parent support groups, sibling support groups and parent training to help them cope better.

    THK EIPIC Centre has been the grateful beneficiary of the time and donations of several Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives and projects by Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation, Heineken, Republic Polytechnic, Singapore Technologies Dynamics and Singapore Turf Club.

    For more information about our centres and programs, please visit our website at www.thkmc.org.sg

     


    Operating hours:

    THK EIPIC Centre @ Ang Mo Kio
    Operating Hours:
    Monday to Friday:
    9am to 6pm

    Blk 313 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3
    #01-2322
    Singapore 560313
    Tel: 64999379
    Fax: 64999378

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