Early Intervention Services


The Early Intervention Services in CPH provides psychological services and assessments to clients in the EIPIC and DS/LS:

Early Intervention Programme for infants & children (EIPIC)

The Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC) seeks to equip infants and young children with developmental needs with improved motor, communication, social, self-help and cognitive skills. Activities are designed to maximise their developmental growth potential and minimise the development of secondary disabilities.


The Development Support (DS) and Learning Support (LS) seeks to support pre-school children with mild developmental needs. Support and intervention can be provided in areas such as speech and language, motor skills, behaviour and literacy. The sessions are designed to equip pre-school children with developmentally appropriate skills to optimise their developmental outcomes.


Our psychologists are deployed to various Social Service Organisations to provide psychological services and assessments to clients in the respective early intervention programmes. They work in a multi-disciplinary team together with teachers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, social workers and other allied health professionals alongside the client’s family members to support the client.

Hear more about Early Intervention from our Senior Educational Psychologist, Ernest Tan!

Empowering families in their most natural settings also advocates for our clients and the need for our society at large to be more inclusive and gracious.
— Ernest Tan, Senior Educational Psychologist