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Early Inclusion Support Service

Early Inclusion Support Service

The Early Inclusion Service provides a range of services to very young children with developmental difficulties and to their families.

Parental support is a key element of the service, in addition to support for children and pre-school centres.


Services provided include

  • assessment,
  • advice,
  • consultation,
  • input to the development of Individual Educational Programmes (IEP),
  • and parent support.


Support may be put in place

  • in the nursery/family centre,
  • at home.


Referrals to the service are made via Psychological Service and are received from parents or carers, from health professionals, from nurseries and playgroups or from Social Services. Referrals are made after discussion with parents and only with parental consent.

Intervention at pre-5 aims to minimise the impact which learning or behavioural difficulties have on children's overall development, to ensure each child is able to reach his/her potential.

Early identification offers the opportunity for timely involvement and/or focussed teaching. It allows staff to target strengths and develop strategies to enable children to learn.

Further Information

For more information contact us using the details below.

For Further Information Contact

Educational Support Officer, Education & Schools
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 450000