18 Apr 2018
8:30am - 1:00pm
Family and children games!
Parents are encouraged
Please wear the same
color code dress with
23 May 2018
10:00am - 12:30pm
Its expressive story telling for children and youth. Families are welcome to be our guests and listen to your child speaks and give support.
7 July 2018
10:00am - 3:00pm
This year we extend our
BEST Cafe to include young adult entrepreneurship!
Come and have family day
with lots of food and games.
learning for our children
27 Oct 2018
9:00am - 1:00pm
A time to recognize your child's achievements
A time to let them shine
A time for family celebration
The time to be proud and be moved.
Move . Play . Learn
Since January 2010, Breakthru Enrichment Station provides special education needs support through plenty of experiential play, interaction and relationship with our children of various ages. Our programs and goals are carefully set for these children who encounter learning difficulty or behavioural problems ranging from integration sensory problem, ADHD, Autistic, Down syndrome, Dyspraxia to Dyslexia.
With the setting up of Breakthru Academy in 2014 by the same group of enthusiastic founders, we are now also on a mission to develop more special needs educators in this country continuously upgrade our own facilitators with skill sets and new knowledge, at the same time, provide valuable coaching to all parents.
Our Organic Way to Draw Out the Potential
of Children with Special Education Needs
Applying The Principle of Safe Space for
Child Directed Learning within Boundaries
A child will need to feel safe in order to be calm and reach out to the world. Safe to make mistakes, safe to choose. Learning happens when he or she begin to recognize pattern within a provided context or boundaries.
Our centre’s objective is to help children and teenagers to breakthrough their learning challenges, which includes:
- Language difficulty
- Developmental Coordination Disorder
- Poor Concerntration
- Social Communication
- Difficulty fitting in regular schooling environment
Children that came to our centre to develop their independence, confidence and interactions including those who demonstrates:
- Down Syndrome
- William Syndrome
- Angelman Syndrome
In addition, with provide training, information, consultation to parents and family members in order to see consistent result in their children’s development. We often discuss and plan with parents the necessary independent service program for their child, and walks along with the child’s growth to see his or her eventual “graduation” into inclusion school, vocational trainings or job employments.
"One day, all intellectually challenged and special learning needs people are independent and confident human being living and contributing positively and healthy to our society."
Ngiam Lian Ai, was a specialist Domestic Science teacher, and retired as an Assistant Principal of the school PPKI (Special Education Integration Program). In that time(?)She was also a counsellor and advisor for vocational expertise, bringing awareness and initiating training for students with special needs in government schools and non- profit organisations. She has more than 30 years of teaching experience.
Helping people with special needs is close to her heart. During her husband, Lim Wah Heng’s career as a teacher for the blind, they opened up their home to nurture and care for blind children who needed support notwithstanding that they also have their 3 girls, Melissa, Melodi and Joy, to care for.
At Breakthru Enrichment Station, she has established the baking and cooking curriculum so that the students who came her way would learn a vocation and skill that would be useful and possibly critical for their future. One story of success is Elaine, who came to Breakthru Enrichment Station as a suicidal 9 year old and later transformed into a successful baking professional who is well-appreciated by her employer as a valuable staff.
Phoebe Long is a Montessori trained teacher who was a principal of the Fungates® kindergartens for many years and has vast knowledge of managing children with learning and behavioural difficulties. Later, she went on to study the various branches of Kinesiology under people like Paul Dennison (Founder of Brain Gym® International), Dr. Carla Hannaford (Author of Smart Moves, The Dominance Factor, etc), Cecilia Koester (Author of Interfacing Brain Gym® with Children Who Have Special Needs) and many other dedicated and passionate instructors.
She is currently an international faculty member of Educational Kinesiology / Brain Gym® Foundation – Breakthroughs International, a faculty member of Movement Based Learning, Inc. USA, a Certified Instructor of Rhythmic Movement Training, International, a Professional Kinesiologist and a Registered Touch for Health instructor with International Kinesiology College.
Phoebe Long’s main mission is to share her experiences and knowledge about working with children who learn differently. At Breakthru Enrichment Station, all the facilitators are given the best training and grounded in her 3 P.L.A.Y to Breakthrough strategy which is a combination of her experiences and various branches of kinesiology and other developmental learning approaches, like Montessori. She also believes in partnership with parents and care givers in creating the most conducive environment for children with special needs to find their abilities and independence.
Phoebe and her husband, Cheng Yu Chiet are both founders and directors of Breakthru Enrichment Station. They have two girls who share their parents’ roles in supporting people with learning difficulties. An ex-A.C.E. program student, the elder girl was also the master of ceremony on Breakthru’s Annual Talent Time and Awards Day, contributing much in the planning of such event, and doing event coverage video clips production for many of our other events.
All our facilitators are trained with using BREAKTHRU APPROACH - A unique teaching approach that encompass Philosophy, Methodologies, Principles, Goal Setting Mechanics, Learning Process, Class Management, Dynamic Stress Management, Problem Solving and Strong Feedback System to make things work for your child.
What Parents Say
“The activities improved his expressive vocabulary, reading and writing. He can now communicate with others, understand instructions, is generally more obedient and likes to participate in activities.
Chong W.M. Jin Hao's Dad
Christine Jeremy's Mom
He was calmer and a lot less angry. We noticed an amazing change in him. My daughter also noticed much improvement in her brother. For the first time, he initiated a conversation with her by saying “How to play?”
Ms Chiew Fu Yen's Mom
Our relatives were impressed by my daughter’s ability to read and spell difficult words. They noticed a lot of changes in her. This Chinese New Year, my daughter again impressed our relatives and helped in kitchen.