WQ Park: Health and Rehabilitation Centre
The Child Development Centre is a child-centred and family focused service for children who have, or are suspected of having, developmental problems such as developmental delay or intellectual disability, Autism Spectrum disorder (ASD), Neurological conditions (e.g.: cerebral palsy, dysparaxia, developmental coordination disorder), syndromes and behavior problems associated with developmental delay, motor skill delay and/or learning difficulties.
Our CDC offers services ranging from developmental assessments to management that are delivered by a team of specialists.
Our team includes:
The early years of a child’s life are the vital period. During which, learning and developmental process are at its peak. This is where children may face difficulties and need special assistance by providing a conducive learning environment. An Early Intervention Programme (EIP) is an individualised intervention plan that provides different types of early intervention services to children who have been diagnosed with specific / general developmental delays or disabilities.
Our aim is to offer services in a structured environment in order to provide each child the opportunity to learn and match his/her full potential.
ELP is designed for children with learning difficulties in helping them in reading and solving math equation. This programme is suitable for children age; 5 years and above (upon consultation by doctor or specialist).
We offer 3 main programmes under ELP and the sessions are conducted in a group of 3 children or individual.
Al-Fateh is a programme that offers comprehensive curriculum on Quran teaching and learning as well religious education as early as 2 years and half year old. This programme is also an early exposure for special needs children to gain a formal Islamic education in order to develop and yield children with Islamic knowledge and morals.
The Al-Fateh curriculum emphasizes the skill of reciting al-Quran and strengthening the fundamentals of Akidah, Ibadah, and Islamic morals as well as to adore the Prophet SAW as a role model in daily life. At the end of the lesson, the children are able to understand, practice and appreciate the requisite of Fardhu Ain and Fardhu Kifayah.
Hafaz al-quran, prayer, and dhikr by listening, viewing and repetition in reading
Strengthening the elements of tahfiz from the point of pointing, memorizing, composing, pronouncing, reciting and taranum.
Give exposure on how to perform ablution, prayer, ruqyah, dhikr, Istigfar, prayer, sedaqah and fasting.
Various situations. not necessarily sitting in order
Teach to recite the Quran in order and in slow pace
Reciting Quran one by one method as confrontation
Been read/ read repeatedly