ABOUT GENIUS KURNIA
GENIUS Kurnia or PERMATA Kurnia is an early intervention centre for children with autism and their families. GENIUS Kurnia provides a high quality early intervention and education to children with autism to prepare them for the mainstream schools. Intervention strategies in GENIUS Kurnia incorporate evidence-based practice and naturalistic teaching with the cooperation between the transdisciplinary groups and active participation of parents.
GENIUS Kurnia were aims to:
- Educate children with autism to become independent, contributing members of society.
- Empower parents to enable them to provide appropriate care giving to nurture their children’s development.
- Provide training and consultation to teachers and therapists on evidence-based strategies in educating children with autism.
- Heighten public awareness on autism and the challenges faced by individuals with autism and their families.
- Become the model demonstration centre for future centres throughout the country.
To enhance the basic skills of children aged 6 and below and prepare them for the pre-school program. During the sessions, parents are trained by interventionists to carry out the intervention on children.
To prepare children with autism to enter mainstream classes in Year 1. This program operates from 8.30 am to 2.30 pm on weekdays (Monday to Friday).
This program includes training & workshop for parents, allied health professionals & medical professionals, university students, and the public.
- 24 Learning rooms
- 2 Intervention rooms
- 1 Movement room
- 3 Gymnasium
- 1 Music room
- Swimming pool
- 1 Living skills room
- 1 Hall
- 6 Multi purpose rooms
- 1 Prayer room
- Administrative block
“Volunteering is a Work of Heart”
The success of our events will not be possible without the tremendous support and dedication from our wonderful volunteers. GENIUS Kurnia always looks for volunteers who aspire to help in our upcoming events. Click here if you would like to become volunteers and be notified about upcoming opportunities to volunteer.
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Some students with autism have different difficulty in learning. Therefore, the education programme for every special needs students is different and they need a relevant modifications. Puan Nur Hasiba binti Kamaruddin a mother of GENIUS Kurnia’s alumnus, shares what she did to help her son be more prepared to learn in a special education integrationMore
Early intervention is very important for children with autism. It helps to improve their communication and social skills, which lead to a more positive behavior and enhance their learning ability. Do not delay early intervention as delaying it may cause your child’s conditions to become worse. Let’s learn from Dr Ranjini S.Sivanesom, Child Consultant fromMore
Parents are usually the first to notice the early signs of autism when they realize that child is developing differently from his or her siblings or peers. Dr.Siti Fairus Asahar is a mother who has a beautiful daughter with autism named Aleesya Husna.She shares her experience noticing the early signs of autisme in AleeshaMore
Most parents are still unclear when it comes to autism diagnosis. Dr. Norharlina Bahar, a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Consultant from Hospital Selayang explains the autism diagnosis procedure. We hope this video will help parents to understand how autism is diagnosed, what parents need to do during the procedure and be better prepared toMore
Getting a diagnosis of autism for your child is very hard. It is likely that parents will experience a range of emotions and are at loss of what to do to help their child. Parents of Fateh Baihaqi Mohd Zaidi, share how they went through this difficult phase in their lives.More
Starting school and adapting to a new environment is challenging for children with autism. Therefore, parents need to help their child be ready for school. Puan Nurliyana Mohd Basri, a mother of GENIUS Kurnia’s alumnus, shares what she did to help her son be more prepared to learn in an inclusive class together with otherMore
Raising a child with autism is very challenging. On top of facing their child’s tantrums and negative behaviours on a daily basis, parents also have to juggle appointments with doctors and therapists. It is no wonder that most parents of children with autism face a high level of stress. In this video Dr. KartiniMore
Bringing up a child with autism can be thrilling, but exhausting at the same time. Parents of children with autism face challenges that can affect their psychological and state of well-being. Research shows that mothers experiencing higher stress level compared to fathers more stress than fathers. Some of the contributing factors includes the level of severityMore