Early childhood is the most important and rapid period of development in a person’s lifetime. The years from conception, through birth to eight years of age are critical to the complete and healthy cognitive, emotional and physical growth of an individual.

This development is the key to a person having a full and productive life and ultimately to the progression of a nation. Early childhood is proven to be a critical stage of development that forms the foundation for children’s well-being and learning.

Research has shown that half of a person’s intelligence potential is developed by age 4 and that early childhood interventions can have a long-lasting effect on intellectual capacity, personality and social behaviour.

Integrated programmes that target children in their very early years are, therefore, critical for their mental and psychological development. Failure to invest in early child development can result in delay and disability as well as inhibit the optimal development and performance of children throughout their lives.

Scientific evidence suggests that if the brain does not receive the appropriate stimulation during this critical window it is very difficult for the brain to rewire itself at a later time.

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