Early Childhood Care



Early Care is understood as a set of optimizing and compensating actions that aim at prevention and intervention in the paediatric population from 0 to 6 years old, as well as to their family and their environment, in order to provide effective responses to their needs, when children either present developmental disorders or there may be a sign of suffering any disorder in the future, that enable their appropriate maturation in all areas, as well as allow them to achieve both full personal development and social inclusion, from a multidisciplinary approach.

The “Early Childhood Care Centre Jardines de la Pipa” centre provides individualised outpatient care, as well as group sessions in order to offer a set of interventions which geared towards children (0-6 years old), their family and their environment, and its final aim is to respond as soon as possible to the children’s needs with developmental disorders or who are at risk of suffering them.

 These accurate teaching interventions always consider the children holistically, and this approach also depends on a qualified team of professionals with an interdisciplinary orientation:

  • Psychologists
  • Speech therapist.
  • Physiotherapist

Who is address early childhood care to?

Early Childhood care is for children who present the following developmental disorders or risk of suffering them:

  • Cognitive developmental disorders.
  • Language disorders.
  • Somatic expression disorders.
  • Emotional disorders.
  • Regulation and behaviour disorders.
  • Relationship and communication disorders.

The main aim

The main goal of Early Childhood Care is that children with developmental disorders or who are at risk of suffering enhance fully development and welfare working on preventive and care approach, following a model that considers the biopsychosocial aspects.

Specific aims

  • To reduce the effects of a weakness or deficit on the overall development of children.
  • To optimize, as far as possible, children’s development.
  • To introduce the necessary compensation mechanisms, barrier removal and adjustment to the specific needs.
  • To avoid or reduce the occurrence of either associated or side effects or deficits due to a high risk disorder or situation.
  • To attend to and meet the needs and demands of the family and the environment in which children live.
  • To consider children as an active subject of the intervention.

Integral model of intervention

To promote the acquisition of social skills, enhance self-esteem and self-determination, full personal autonomy as well as to encourage individuality recognition.


Our services

Group stimulation programme

Specific Early Childhood Care Programme

Individualised therapeutic intervention of:

Psychological assistance.
Physiotherapeutic assistance.
Speech therapist assistance.
Educational support
Social care

School guidance service and support to the family.

Awareness and screening programmes.

User guidance, support and information.