Early Intervention Program

Early Intervention Program

What is Early Intervention Program (EIP)

The early intervention program (EIP) is often a go-to treatment recommended by doctors and professionals for children with developmental delays and disorders including speech delays, autism, ADHD, GDD and general social and behavioral challenges. Early intervention programs must begin early, before the age of 5, and intensive hours to ensure gaps in developmental delays are bridged as quickly as possible.

How We Conduct Our EIP Program

In ABC, most children begin in 1:1 sessions in the early intervention program, and when skills are mastered in a 1:1 setting, children then move into a small group setting (2-3 children) and eventually to school. For best outcomes, early intervention programs should begin as early as possible, between the age of 2-3 years old.
Applying the principles of ABA (applied behavior analysis) in the early intervention program, ABC focuses on teaching/building:

  • Communication
  • Speech and language
  • Eye contact
  • Behavior management
  • Play skills
  • Social skills
  • Independence and self-help skills
  • Academics including reading, writing and mathematics
  • School readiness skills
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How We Work


Through personalized therapy and supportive interventions helping children build strong communication skills to foster connections and express their thoughts and feelings.

Speech and Language

Our personalised speech and language therapy nurture children’s communication abilities, fostering growth and confidence in everyday interactions.

Eye contact

Our Early Intervention Program support children with autism in developing comfortable and meaningful eye contact, to enhance their social communication skills and connections.

Behavior management

We utilize effective behavior management strategies to support children with autism in navigating social interactions and daily routines with confidence and positivity.

Play skills

We focus on developing essential play skills in children with autism, fostering engagement, creativity, and social interaction in a supportive and enriching environment.

Social skills

We focus to help children develop essential social skills, promoting confidence, connection, and meaningful interactions with peers and adults

Independence and self-help skills

With our Early Intervention Program we focuse is to build Independence and develop self-help skills through fostering confidence and autonomy in daily activities.


We provide support to help children excel in academics, including reading, writing, and mathematics, promoting both learning enjoyment and academic achievement.

School Readiness Skills

We focus on preparing kids for school by developing essential readiness skills, empowering them to thrive academically and socially in a supportive environment.

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About ABC

In ABC, our Early Intervention Program is available across our 3 branches in the Klang Valley, namely Bangsar (HQ), Subang and Ampang. With a team of over 100 trained therapists, serving our local and expatriate families, ABC is synonymous with premium quality services.

History of the Center
History of the Center

Since 2016, ABC has worked with hundreds of children, many progressing to mainstream schools through our early intervention program.

Overview of the Team/Staff and Their Expertise

Our team at ABC, predominantly an early intervention center in Subang Jaya, and Kuala Lumpur comprises trained therapists who are dedicated to the well-being of the children we serve. Our team, supervised by Board Certified Behavior Analysts and clinical supervisors ensures programs are individualized according to a child’s level and goals set by the family and the team.


1. What is early intervention, and why is it important?

Early intervention involves providing support and services to children who may be at risk for developmental delays or disabilities. It is important because early identification and intervention can significantly improve outcomes for children, setting them on a path towards success and independence.

2. What age range does your early intervention program serve?

In our early intervention program, enrolment starts as young as 15 months old.

3. How do I know if my child needs early intervention services?

If you have concerns about your child’s development, such as delays in speech or motor skills, difficulty with social interaction, or behavior challenges, we encourage you to contact us for a consultation and evaluation.

4. What types of assessments do you conduct?

We conduct comprehensive assessments that may include standardized testing, observation, parent interviews, and collaboration with other professionals involved in your child’s care. These assessments help us gain a better understanding of your child’s strengths, needs, and areas for growth.

5. What services do you offer?

We offer mostly 1:1 therapy and small group (1:2) sessions for rapid progress. Programs start from 6 hours a week to 30 hours a week.

6. How are intervention plans developed?

Intervention plans in ABC are developed collaboratively with families, taking into account the child’s individual needs, strengths, and goals. We work closely with families to create personalized plans that address the specific challenges their child may be facing. Standardized assessments including the VB-MAPP is used to assess skills and progression of skills and guides programming as well.

7. How often will my child receive services?

The frequency and duration of services depend on the child’s needs and the recommendations of our team. We at Early Intervention Center Kuala Lumpur strive to provide services that are both effective and manageable for families.

8. How often will my child receive services?

The frequency and duration of services depend on the child’s needs and the recommendations of our team. For best outcomes, often daily sessions are recommended just like school.

9. What is the role of parents in the intervention process?

Parents play a crucial role in their child’s intervention process. We encourage parents to be active participants in their child’s care, providing support at home and collaborating with our team to facilitate their child’s progress. All programs in ABC include parent trainings, ensuring the best outcomes from the early intervention program

10. How can I get started with your early intervention program?

To get started, simply contact us to schedule a consultation. Our team will work with you to determine the best course of action for your child and family. Who Needs EIP?

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