As with any development project, the biggest challenge comes with the child itself.
“What I like to call the development kit, that’s where you put your child’s cognitive development in a structured way and how they’re learning,” she says.
“That’s what we’re aiming for.”
In order to help the child achieve their own goals, the researchers suggest using games or puzzles to help them achieve their goals.
“And when you’ve got a child like that, the child has a very different view of the world and the world around them.” “
We’re looking at the child as a child,” she explains.
“And when you’ve got a child like that, the child has a very different view of the world and the world around them.”
She also suggests having a child psychologist or counsellor for the child to help make the transition from the classroom to the home.
“They’re really good at teaching kids how to deal with their emotions and their fears and the different emotions that can come out of them,” Ms Mavrilova says.
The research, published in the journal Developmental Psychology, found that children who had received an Early Intervention Intervention (EI) program scored significantly better on several measures including academic achievement, emotional and social adjustment, self-efficacy and cognitive development.
But the research also found that the EI program only made a difference in the child’s self-esteem.
“If you give them an early intervention, and the child is given an early program and a good quality program, and they don’t need a specialist, then they’ll be able to go to school,” she adds.
“But if you don’t give them that opportunity, the problem is you’re not going to get a good outcome from that program.”
The researchers found that there was also a correlation between children’s academic and social achievement.
But, when it came to the development of their emotional and cognitive skills, the EIs programs did not seem to impact on these outcomes.
Ms Mevrilova suggests that early intervention programs are effective in helping young people achieve their dreams and the EInsts are a great way to start.
“It’s not about the money, it’s about having a positive relationship with your child,” Ms Mirsky says.