ISLAMABAD, (Parliament Times) : Kreative Kinder Haus (KKH), an inclusive educational setup that primarily works for the healthy early childhood development of children on the spectrum, has launched its second branch of preschool and special needs program in DHA Phase 2 for the residents of the Islamabad–Rawalpindi metropolitan area.
Established in 2017 as an innovative learning space, KKH practices creative methods of individualized learning in an inclusive environment where children with autism and special needs are given an opportunity to learn and grow according to their own special needs and strengths while accepting and supporting the differences of others. With the application of its unique curriculum, KKH also works around therapies for children with learning difficulties, nurturing them to reach their full potential.
Speaking at the opening of the new branch, Sabeen Bilal, Founder and Owner, Kreative Kinder Haus, said, “It is a moment of extreme joy for me and for all of my KKH family to launch our second branch in the Islamabad-Rawalpindi vicinity and we are beyond excited to welcome new kids to our new branch. The early years of children lay the foundation for their future growth and therefore, it is important to identify their individuality and let them grow as autonomous learners. Understanding that every child is different, we at KKH give our kids a creative space to explore and experiment, while also learning to respect others.”