Individual Educational Program form on ASDAN Curriculum
ASDAN provides programmes and qualifications for learners with special educational needs and disabilities. These courses have been developed for learners with a wide range of learning needs and abilities and provide meaningful outcomes through a person-centred approach that prepares learners for adult life.
Termly goals and objectives based on the Assessment of Functional Living Skills
AFLS is an assessment tool based on set of skills that can demonstrate a learner's current functional skills repertoire and provide the information for the progress development of skills throughout the lifespan. We set the goals and objectives for our learners based on the assessment results and re-assess the progress every 6-12 months.
Music lessons are important for individuals with Down Syndrome. Music helps to improve memory, communication and social skills, motor movement and coordination skills.
Yoga and meditation help reduce anxiety, depression, pain, helps with the respiratory and immune system, energy, vitality, promote better self-care and much more.
An occupational therapy can provide effective treatment and management of the symptoms of Down's Syndrome focusing on gross motor and fine motor skills, self coordination and increase independence in daily life activities.
Learning to cook can provide individuals with valuable exposure to a variety of academic and functional skills, including decision- making, self-determination, reading, budgeting, shopping and food purchasing, item identification, exposure to different textures, measurement, sequencing and ultimately the kickstart a culinary career.
Our Muslim students have an opportunity to understand and recite Quran.