Association of Early Intervention For Children With Disability
What Is Early Intervention?
Early Intervention is an integrated system of programs, procedures, and policies for children with disabilities and their families. The association aims to detect disabilities early, provide appropriate rehabilitation, and improve the quality of life of children and their families through support and education on how to best handle children's disabilities. It reduces the burden on families by supporting them continuously, every step of the way.
Welcome Message 3rd September 2023
International Day of Charity event 5 September
First year SQU students visit to the association
Summer Camp 2023
Our-planets Art Exhibition at the Association
Building hope together
Assessment & Rehabilitation
association provides comprehensive services for children with
disabilities, including an overall assessment of the child by a
multidisciplinary team made up of a special education specialist,
physiotherapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist, behavioral
therapist, modified sports specialist, and other specialists if
The Home Visits Program (Portage) provides services for children with disabilities from birth to three years through a team of special education visitors who have undergone intensive and high-level training programs in the implementation of the Portage Program. The program is based mainly on the idea that the mother is the foundation of childcare, and this service is provided in the child's natural environment at home.
The day care unit contains a set of educational classes designed to mimic the functional home lives of the children. In this unit, admission procedures are carried out after a comprehensive and detailed assessment of the child by specialists to determine the possibility of introducing them to this unit.
association provide other support services including family support group for children with rare disorders, workshop for assistive devices, and other services in the area of child assessment and training of families of children with disability and college students in the field of rehabilitation.
The association has been progressing for the last 19 years despite the challenges. Multiple issues coexist, which restrict further development. The current association center has reached its maximum capacity in terms of space, making it near impossible to accept more children, let alone upgrade the quality of the services to cater for the advancement of new methods in dealing with such cases.
Oman Vision 2040
Alignment With Oman Vision 2040
Providing sustainable, quality social well-being integrated services to vulnerable disabled children has always been an essential part of the association’s objectives since its inception in 2000. With Vision 2040, this objective has been reinforced by having well-being and social protection as a primary national priority. The strategic direction of Vision 2040 is to have a decent and sustainable life for all, including children with disabilities.
Ways To Support Us
Association membership is a powerful model. By empowering a wide range of people around our cause, the membership model enables our association to grow stronger, impact society, and have sustainable funding.
Donating to the association is not a business transaction. It is a connection with disabled children. With your donation, we can improve the lives of these children.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and sponsorships is a social conscious integrated into companies business model. Company’s community support through its CSR initiatives help the association to be sustainable and contribute towards the country’s vision to have a decent and sustainable life for all, including children with disabilities.
Internship & Volunteering
The association provides a platform and opportunities for volunteers, so they can positively impact the community. Volunteering allows you to connect to your community and make it a better place.
2022-2023 Therapy Sessions Statistics
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