Headstart Academy was founded by a parent of an autistic child. We provide a premier early intervention program for younger children with special needs. We utilise a proven international curriculum, delivered by our experienced and fully-trained academic staff at our premier facilities.
We embrace a child-centric approach which emphasises that the needs of the child must always come first.
We strive to nurture and develop each child’s potential and abilities through individualised learning programmes.
Our Premier Facilities
Our flagship Academy spans over 10,500 sq ft of space specifically designed for children. We offer learning, therapy and play - providing a balanced approach for each child to learn in fun and conducive environment.
Our premium facilities include spacious classrooms, an impressive 2,000 sq ft Occupational Therapy Gym, therapy rooms, a Snoezelen sensory room and dedicated areas for arts & craft, music, dining and changing room/toilets.
As part of our engagement with the special needs community, we sponsor space for the Autism Cafe Project (ACP) at our Lounge area where families can come and enjoy the food and drinks served by special needs youth.
Khairul is a father of three wonderful children. His youngest son, Ayden, was diagnosed with severe Autism Spectrum Disorder in 2012. Focused on improving Ayden’s quality of life, Khairul made the decision to quit his job in the oil & gas industry and founded Headstart.
Tan Siew Lee
Director of Academics
Siew Lee graduated from London South Bank University with an MSc in Clinical Psychology and Mental Health after obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Economics from Monash University.
Director of Operations
Charlene obtained a degree in Bachelors of Health Science in 2012, with majors in Psychology and Disability from Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.