Session with child and family
The Early Intervention Program (EIP) is designed for parents of deaf babies and young children from 0-6 years of age. Family-based Early Intervention is a foundation which will determine greatly how the child’s future will be in means of personality, language development and academically. It also determines the child’s self-esteem, independence, and level of integration into society. The Early Intervention Program (EIP) aims at providing to the family:
Full moral and psychological support (by interventionist and through the Support Group)
2. Information that is ought to help them be their child’s best advocate (by interventionist, EIP support team, resources, contact with other parents, etc.).
3. The possibility to develop the skills they need to provide their child the best language learning opportunities, as well as to enhance his/her general development (instructed by interventionist, the support team, and through the John Tracy Clinic lessons).
4. And guidance in dealing with other professionals, in relation to their child’s needs, as well as in the choice for the mode of communication they will be committed to use properly with their child; also the choice of the right school for their child (guided by interventionist and support team who seek information and guide the family gradually to make their own search and confident interventions with related professionals).
I suggest that the detailed program is only provided from here through a link saying for more information, check http://www.lcd-lebanon.org/info/2039/Early-Intervention-Program
Watching album with brother