Children have to learn a lot; how to crawl, listen, walk and talk. When a child is born with a developmental disability, this is no different. They just learn at a slower pace. Everything they learn has to be taught in the smallest of steps.
Small Steps is an Early Intervention program that was brought to the Netherlands and translated in the 70s. Since then, it was due for an update. Although scientifically sound, the program was quite overwhelming to parents, because of it’s sheer size and formality. Fonk and Stichting Down Syndroom came together to create an app that would bring ease and joy back to learning and growing together.
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