1. The Early Intervention Program: from 0 - 3 years  
The EI program consists of a multidisciplinary team established of specialized staff in the fields of early intervention therapists working alongside physiotherapists,nurses, psychotherapists, social workers and visiting doctors. From 0-9 months the educators schedule home visits twice a month to offer the child's parents support and guidance, in order to build confidence and ensure progress during the critical early months of the child's life. From 9 months to 1 year, center visits take place twice a month for individual sessions, in addition to an 'activity day' that takes place twice a month, where the children and their primary caretakers play in groups. Occasional home visits still take place in order to ensure a healthy house environment. From 12 months - 3 years the frequency of visits to the Center increase, as the primary caretaker and the child partake in twice a week small group sessions.
2. Group (1): from 3 - 4 Years
Eight out of thirty children are selected for this stage, to partake in a mixed structured group, independent for the first time from their primary caretaker. During this stage, the special educators teach the children how to sit, eat and play within a small social group, and gradually wean them off the dependency of their primary caretaker.The focus is based on the self-help aspects of education such as toilet training, dressing, self-dependency when feeding. The child also begins to familiarize and adapt to the Center's new environment.
 
3. Group (2) to (5): from 4 – 8 Years  
This program manages 5 classes, each holding up to 8 children between the ages of 5-7 years, to which two assistants support the teacher. The program introduces the children to pre-reading, pre-writing and pre-mathematics courses, and refines their acquired self-help and communication skills.
 
4. Group (6) to (16): from  8 – 16 Years
This program adopts a range of teaching methods that have been inter-woven, standardized and adapted to suit and reflect our culture and language. The adopted Bavarian curriculum for instance, teaches applied reading, writing and mathematics, extending as well into elementary science and the enhancement of sensory learning. The cross-curricular program presents a multitude of activities that all children partake in, which are adapted to their specific capabilities. These range from creative workshops, such as art and pottery to domestic skills such as cookery and weaving, as well as information technology, sports, drama and library visits.
 
5. Group  (12) to (20): from 16 – 18 Years / Pre-Vocational Program
Is an essential phase in “Employment Program”, designed to improve the children’s abilities after 16 years of age. During this stage, health and safety is a major precondition to the use of any machine or tool. This program provides the students with the practical tools in order to seize opportunities, either professionally and/or socially, once they have graduated. The students invest themselves into their fields of interest through internships and apprenticeships with various organizations. These networks are integral to the shaping of their skills and their transition into the professional world.