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Kaleidoscope Academy Early Intervention Centre – Singapore’s Leading Early Intervention Program

Ready Let's Go EIP BY Kaleidoscope

Who is our program for?

Our program is designed to benefit children aged 2-7 with developmental differences.

Children suspected or diagnosed
with autism, ADHD or other
developmental delays

Children with speech/
language delays and/or social
communications challenges

Children who are not benefiting
from their mainstream
preschool programs

Note: We do not require an official diagnosis. Our expert Psychologists can provide one, if needed.

Our Unique Curriculum

Kaleidoscope’s Early Intervention Program (EIP) – Ready Let’s Go is a play based program that focuses on building the foundational skills a child needs to participate and succeed in a preschool setting.

We have a large team of speech and language, occupational therapists and physiotherapists who provide daily therapy for the children in small group settings and in pairs. They are highly experienced and trained in special areas such as sensory integration and Floortime, and are collaborative and neurodiversity-affirming in their approach.

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Gross and Fine Motor Skills

Cognition & Perception Skills

Communication & Language Skills

lf-Help Skills

Social Skills

School Readiness

What Makes Us Stand Out?

Aside from daily therapy and our highly experienced team, our Early Intervention Program also includes:

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Physiotherapy is included within our program for children with physical challenges
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Weekly music & movement as part of the program – led by a certified music specialist
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices to enable children to communicate

Our Facility

Ready Let’s Go has its own 5,000 sq ft space that includes 2 well equipped sensory gyms and a large, covered outdoor playground with a trampoline, slides, swings and trikes. Our classrooms are full of toys, games and educational materials.


We offer a 2 day, 3 day, 4 day or 5 day program to suit your needs. We either have a morning program or an afternoon program running as below:

Morning Session 8:30am – 12:00pm
Afternoon Session 1:00pm – 4:30pm
Morning Session
8:30am – 12:00pm
Afternoon Session
1:00pm – 4:30pm


Prices start at $2,000 (Excluding GST)

2 days $2000
3 days $2,700
4 days $3,000
5 days $3,500
Leading Early Intervention Program

Our Early Intervention Team


Dr. Suvi Pitkola

Clinical Director

– 33 Yrs’ Experience

Master’s Degree

Zanel Lee

Head of Teaching

– 15 Yrs’ Experience

Advanced Diploma

Nicole See

– 5 Yrs’ Experience


Norlizan Mohidu K

– 23 Yrs’ Experience


Jade Yeo

– 8 Yrs’ Experience


Debbie Tan

– 3 Yrs’ Experience


Jovinia Ong

– 1 Yrs’ Experience


Carline Tan

– 6 Yrs’ Experience

Why Choose Us?

Helped Over 10,000
Baby Bonus



Hear what our happy parents and children are saying about us.

Catherine Hu, Mother of Kayler Kwek

Catherine Hu, Mother of Kayler Kwek

I’m elated to share that the therapy sessions had helped my child make vast improvement in his speech…

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Conor's Mom

Conor's Mom

Kaleidoscope was a safe and supportive environment for my family, to get started with the speech therapy for my little one

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What information is essential when considering an intervention for my child?

When contemplating an intervention for your child, it’s beneficial to compile all pertinent medical and developmental information. This could encompass any diagnoses, developmental milestones, concerns flagged by paediatricians or teachers, and personal observations about your child’s behaviour or development. Armed with this information, our Kaleidoscope Therapy Centre team can better understand your child’s unique circumstances and devise a tailored intervention plan.

What constitutes an Early Intervention Program and how can it assist my child?

An Early Intervention Program is specifically designed to aid children with developmental delays or disabilities. Our programs at Kaleidoscope Therapy Centre aim to augment children’s cognitive, social, and physical abilities. By intervening at an early stage, we equip your child with strategies and therapies that support their development, minimising the effects of their developmental concerns over time.

What are the advantages of early childhood intervention for my child?

Early childhood intervention can have substantial benefits for your child by addressing developmental delays or disabilities at a young age. Such programs foster the growth of cognitive, speech, motor, and social-emotional skills. Early intervention also prepares children for school, enhances future learning potential, and expands their capacity for independent living.

What services can my child avail at an Early Intervention Centre like Kaleidoscope Therapy Centre?

At Kaleidoscope Therapy Centre, we offer your child an array of services customised to their distinct needs. These encompass speech therapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, and psychological services. Our team of proficient professionals collaboratively create a comprehensive early intervention program that nurtures your child’s development in a compassionate, supportive atmosphere.

Where can I obtain more information about my child's early intervention needs?

Your child’s paediatrician, who can provide a thorough developmental evaluation, is a good starting point. Moreover, the team at Kaleidoscope Therapy Centre is always at hand to discuss our early intervention programs. Post an initial evaluation, we can furnish detailed information about your child’s needs and recommend the most appropriate intervention services.

Is it possible to implement Early Intervention Program strategies at home?

Indeed, it is. An integral part of the early intervention program is equipping parents and caregivers with the skills to reinforce therapy strategies at home. This reinforcement at home can expedite progress and ensure that your child fully benefits from the intervention. Our therapists will impart specific guidance tailored to your child’s needs and your home setting.

How can I monitor my child's advancement in the Early Intervention Program?

Your child’s progression is tracked via consistent assessments and reviews executed by our team of specialists at Kaleidoscope Therapy Centre. We keep a close eye on your child’s development, making necessary adjustments to their bespoke program. We also promote continuous communication with parents and offer regular updates, ensuring you remain well-informed about your child’s progress.

How do early intervention services at Kaleidoscope Therapy Centre differ from other intervention programmes?

We provide daily speech and occupational therapy in small group settings, whereby most services only provide weekly input.

We also have a physiotherapist as part of the team for those children who need it, as well as music from a specialist twice per month.

Our ratio of students to teachers is also only 1:2, meaning that there is a teacher, teaching assistant or therapist for every 2 children. This gives the children the support they need.

What role do parents play in the assessment process for the Early Intervention Program?

Parents play a crucial role in the assessment process for the Early Intervention Program (EIP). The involvement of parents is essential for a comprehensive understanding of the child’s development and to create an effective intervention plan. Here are several ways in which parents contribute to the assessment process:

Providing Developmental History:-Parents are often asked to provide detailed information about their child’s developmental history, including milestones, behaviors, and any concerns they may have observed. This information helps in understanding the child’s strengths and areas of need.

Sharing Concerns:-Parents are encouraged to express any concerns they may have regarding their child’s development. These concerns, along with parental observations, contribute to the overall assessment and guide the development of intervention strategies.

Observation of Parent-Child Interaction:-Professionals may observe parent-child interactions to gain insights into the child’s behavior, communication style, and social interactions within a familiar environment. This observation helps in understanding the child’s functioning within the family context.

Setting Goals and Priorities:-Parents collaborate with the intervention team to set goals and priorities for the child’s development. This collaborative process ensures that the intervention plan aligns with the family’s values, priorities, and cultural considerations.

Participating in Team Meetings:-Parents are often invited to participate in team meetings where assessment results are discussed, and intervention plans are developed. This collaborative approach ensures that the family’s input is considered in the decision-making process.

Implementing Home-Based Strategies:-Intervention strategies are not limited to therapy sessions. Parents are integral in implementing home-based strategies and activities recommended by the intervention team. Consistency across home and intervention settings enhances the child’s progress.

Advocating for Their Child:-Parents serve as advocates for their child, ensuring that their unique needs and strengths are considered in the intervention process. They collaborate with professionals to make informed decisions about the child’s care and development.

The involvement of parents in the assessment process not only provides valuable information about the child’s abilities and challenges but also empowers parents to actively participate in their child’s early intervention journey. This collaborative approach is essential for the success of early intervention programs and the overall well-being of the child.

Are there workshops or training sessions available for parents to better understand early intervention services?

Yes, there are often workshops and training sessions available for parents to better understand early intervention services. These sessions aim to provide parents with information, resources, and practical skills to support their child’s development. Here are some common types of workshops and training opportunities:

Parent Education Workshops: Many early intervention programs and organizations offer parent education workshops. These workshops cover various topics related to child development, early intervention strategies, and ways parents can support their child’s specific needs. Ready Lets Go hosts a quarterly coffee and tea morning where we provide training from our therapists and teachers to parents.

Parent Support Groups:Support groups can serve as informal workshops where parents share experiences, strategies, and resources. These groups provide a supportive community and often invite guest speakers to address specific topics.

Online Webinars and Resources:Many organizations offer online webinars and resources that parents can access from the comfort of their homes. These sessions cover a wide range of topics related to early intervention and child development.

How do intervention centres like Kaleidoscope Therapy Centre ensure that the Early Intervention Program aligns with the latest research in childhood development?

We ensure thatour Early Intervention Program (EIP) aligns with the latest research in childhood development through several key practices:

Professional Development: Staff members, including occupational therapists, speech therapists,special education teachers and assisatnts, engage in ongoing professional development. This includes attending conferences, workshops, and training sessions that provide the latest information and research findings in childhood development.

Research-Informed Practices:The center integrates evidence-based and research-informed practices into its intervention programs. This involves incorporating strategies and interventions that have been proven effective through scientific research and clinical studies.

Regular Staff Training and Meetings: Regular staff meetings and training sessions provide opportunities for professionals at the center to discuss and share the latest research findings. These forums facilitate knowledge exchange and help ensure that all staff members are informed about current developments in childhood development.