Help at hand for kids with developmental needs at 53 private pre-schools in Singapore

Busy Bees' inclusive education consultant Tricia Tam (left) training preschool teachers for the new Bright Path Specialised Care initiative.
Busy Bees' inclusive education consultant Tricia Tam (left) training preschool teachers for the new Bright Path Specialised Care initiative.ST PHOTO: GIN TAY

SINGAPORE - About 150 staff across 53 private pre-schools here will be trained by the end of this year to identify developmental needs in young children and provide early intervention where needed, under a new initiative.

This will ensure the pre-schoolers receive the necessary care they need as soon as possible from educators at the centre itself, easing the strain on parents who may otherwise have to shuttle their kids between pre-school and therapy.

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