Early Intervention

Early intervention plays an important role in developing and improving children with Down syndrome, the intervention starts from the earliest weeks after the child’s birth. According to the Federal law number 29 which was published in 2006, people with Down syndrome share equal rights like any UAE citizen, especially when it comes to the rights of health, education, and employment.
Early intervention offers all types of support for the family and the individuals who are involved in the child’s life. The intervention focuses on investing in the early stages of the child’s life because in these stages the child learns to develop his cognitive, linguistic, fine and gross motor skills, in-addition to his autonomous skills (relying on oneself), the intervention also prepares the child for educational inclusion. This early intervention helps reduce the government and the family’s financial expenses.