ARC Rawalpindi was started on 1st Sep 2010. With the increasing number of children and the experience gained the importance of early intervention was realized. Consequently ARC Rawalpindi was divided into three separate branches including an early intervention centre for the very young children, a remedial school for the slow learners and a rehabilitation centre for the older children. Each of the three centres was named after the first children enrolled at ARC and its founding President.
The early intervention centre was named as Ali Rafay Early Intervention Centre (AREIC) on 16 Oct 2016. It is the largest branch of ARC. It is for the very young children who are given an intensive “one to one” therapy. So far over two dozen children from AREIC have made it to the mainstream schools. It provides the following facilities:
- Diagnosis and evaluation
- Development of Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
- Sensory therapy
- Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) sessions
- Speech therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Counseling and training sessions for the parents
- Swimming and sports activities
- Training of staff
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