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This is exciting. Waiting to see the comments
According to my opinion, early intervention can address children with any type of disability and at risk children under 3 years of age. Friends what do you think? Please respond.
I agree with you @Madhabi. From a personal experience, childhood intervention would work for any age to minimize the chances of a disability becoming severe in future should a child get a disability in their later lives
I am a big believer in Early Intervention.
Stretching the age a bit to the age of 5 years. One of the impairments that is addressed is Cerebral palsy. This helps in posture, balance, coordination, and everyday functioning. early intervention is possible until the age of 5 yrs after that it becomes more difficult for the child.
this can be Occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech therapy, etc