The early Childhood development Agency (eCdA) has developed a resource kit for parents whose children in mainstream preschools have been diagnosed with developmental needs.
In a statement on Tuesday, the agency said the kit will help parents to play a more active role and to better engage pre-school teachers and other professionals in their children's development.
It said parents can get a copy of the kit from KK Women's and Children's Hospital and National University Hospital.
All childcare centres and kindergartens will receive copies of the kit. It will be available at Child Care Link's website.
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