About this Programme
CAPE’s Early Intervention Modules are designed to provide parents and teachers with the newest, most effective and most evidence-based strategies and techniques to nurture their child with additional needs, both in the home and school context, but including and especially inclusive settings. Parents may be interested to set up a home learning programme under the clinical supervision of a CAPE trainer. Teachers may be keen to have a CAPE trainer assist with behavioural or learning problems in the classroom. CAPE trainers are also available to come alongside a school to improve their best practices, especially those that contribute to full inclusion.
- *Understanding and Managing Behaviour Problems
- *Using Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)
- *Using Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT)
- *Using Verbal Behaviour Therapy (VBT)
- Using Precision Teaching
- *Developing a Theory of Mind (ToM)
- *Developing the Child’s Imagination (Symbolic and Pretend Play)
- *Developing the Child’s Social and Emotional Skills – Part 1
- *Developing the Child’s Social and Emotional Skills – Part 2
- Developing and Sustaining an Inclusive School/Classroom – Part 1
- Developing and Sustaining an Inclusive School/Classroom – Part 2
- Developing and Sustaining an Inclusive School/Classroom – Part 3
- Working with the Child at Risk (Nutrition and Brain Development)
- Working with the Child at Risk (Psychological Trauma and Recovery)
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Titles indicated with an asterisk above are suitable for teachers as well as parents of young children and/or children with special needs.
Who is it for?
Every EI module can be adapted for any home or school context. Every topic can also be delivered individually or for groups of parents/teachers.
How long is each module?
The length of each module depends on the content that will be covered. It can be as short as a 1.5-hour webinar conducted online, or as long as 15 hours stretched over a week done on-site. In the case of home programmes, these are usually delivered in tandem with clinical supervision of the child’s development and progress. In the early stages of a home programme, training and supervision may be as frequent as once a week. In the later stages, training may no longer be needed and supervision is undertaken once every three months.
How are training sessions conducted?
Training and clinical supervision may be conducted online, face-to-face, or a combination of both.
How often will modules be available in my home country?
if a client is in a country where a trainer or clinical supervisor is not physically able to visit, training/supervision will be delivered online and at any time mutually agreed upon between the trainer/clinician and the client. In countries where a CAPE trainer/clinician is present, training/supervision will be made available at regular intervals, depending on the needs of the child and his/her progress.