The aim of the SES Preschool Programme is to help preschoolers who are potentially at risk of having dyslexia or developmental delay in early literacy, develop skills and strategies to become confident achievers when they enter primary school.
Components covered in a typical lesson:
Preschoolers will be advised to go for a School Age Psychological Assessment if they have not responded to appropriate instruction in the language when they turn 6. Children diagnosed with dyslexia have the option to continue with the MOE-aided DAS Literacy Programme.
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Income’s community development and involvement arm, OrangeAid, focuses on empowering youth-in-need through education. Established in 2010, OrangeAid champions marginalised children and youth in Singapore. Under this initiative, Income commits 1% of its annual insurance operating prots to fund OrangeAid programmes. To date, OrangeAid has disbursed more than $5 million to over 5,000 children and youth through strategic community partnerships and programmes, and has touched 140,000 lives via health and life insurance coverage.
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