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Early Intervention Centre

What are Early Intervention Services?

Services and support that help some children who aren’t on track developmentally, make progress in school are called Early Intervention Services. Early intervention is usually for infants and toddlers and school-age children, it is called a special education programme. These programmes help the child to make progress in life skills. Innocent Times has a unique Early Intervention programme for children with developmental delays that stems from the following beliefs of our school.

At Innocent Times, we offer a unique inclusive education programme for differently-abled children.

Our programme:


Specialised Individual Education Programme (IEP)


Alternative and unique teaching strategies


Sensory Learning techniques


Well-Equipped Occupational Therapy Room


Speech Therapy Programme


Well trained and sensitised staff


Stimulating and Vibrant Learning Environment


Remedial Teaching as per individual needs


Different types of specialists work with children depending on which skills are delayed

Core Beliefs:


All children can learn.


All children have the right to receive appropriate educational programmes.


All children should receive a curriculum that is relevant to their needs.


All children should get an opportunity to participate in co-curricular and extracurricular activities.


All children benefit from cooperation, collaboration among home, school and the community.

Early, informed, and organised support helps many children catch up and thrive in school and life overall.

  • Children with learning disabilities.
  • High functioning autistic children.
  • Children with ADHD.
  • A specific health condition that will probably lead to a delay.
  • If your child is already 3, it’s not too late for help. The first step is getting an evaluation. It will determine if your child needs a special education programme or related services that will be provided by the school.
  • If your child is eligible, the school will develop an Individualised Special Education Programme. In addition to special education, the child may be referred to related services similar services.

Inclusive programme focuses on skills in these five areas:

  • Physical and motor skills- Fine Motor and Gross Motor (reaching, crawling, walking, drawing, building)
  • Cognitive skills (thinking, learning, solving problems)
  • Communication skills (talking, listening, understanding others)
  • Self-help or adaptive skills (eating, dressing)
  • Social or Emotional skills (playing, interacting with others)
  • Behaviour Modification Programme

A child who qualifies may receive one or more of these services:

  • Speech and language therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Psychological services
  • Animal Therapy
  • Transportation
  • Assistive Technology

Dr Ankita Sanghavi
Director-Innocent Times

BHMS, B-Ed, Diploma in Special Education

Dr Chanchal Agarwal
Occupational Therapist

(Disability- Learning Disability, ADHD, Autism, CP, Downs Syndrome)

Kartiki S.Keshkamat
Clinical Psychologist, M – Phil (IHBAS)

Dr Pooja Chinchole

Occupational Therapist

Uma Kharse

Speech Therapist

Shabnam Kazi
Barkha Sarsar
Sunita Pagare
Deepa Kherdekar

Special Educators

Manjit Kocchar
Audrey Fernandes
Vandana Bhat
Sonal Waghmare

Experienced School Teachers

Angel Therapy Centre

Animal Therapists