Early intervention includes educational and therapeutic measures for children who are disabled or at risk of disability. The program of the early intervention service extends over the first years of life through to school. » Link to Photo Gallery
To discover the world with all senses is a unique experience. Our eyes are especially important for cognitive development. With the help of the eyes we explore the world, this occurring primarily through visual perception. If vision is completely or partially impaired, perception changes significantly, which has an impact on the whole development of the child.
Our systematic intervention program helps disabled children and their parents to tackle this impact. Sense-specific early intervention is therefore no additional therapeutic method, but a principle. It is inextricably linked with a holistic approach and promotes the development of your child in the family and its habitat.
This support is based on the specific needs of your visually impaired child.
We focus on: