We are professionals supporting children and families
through their challenges. As such we pledge to uphold
the highest standards in our industry.


Our specialists work together as a team to ensure
that all of your support goals are met in the best possible way.


We address all of the circumstances influencing
the outcomes for each child.


We believe absolutely in the best possible
outcome for each child and we invest
every effort into achieving this.


We are empathetic to the unique situation
each of our families and children face and we actively work
to support all of their individual needs.

Ethos is focused on supporting child development. We place the child at the centre of our services and we help to build up the support systems around them. We try and put ourselves in the child’s shoes, making it                         

All About Me

We believe that consistency and constancy are key to helping a child develop. Everyone that is involved in a child’s life should be using the same strategies, all of the time, in all settings. This is the best and quickest way to bring about success.

In order to build this system of support around a child we offer three areas of service: Know Me, Understand Me and Include Me.

We see our service as being primarily educational. We believe that change is brought about through knowledge. Knowledge leads to understanding. Understanding fosters inclusion. With inclusion children are given the opportunity to succeed; opportunities that are often closed off due to a lack of skill and confidence in being able to support a child’s needs.

Ethos provides services throughout Vietnam in both English and Vietnamese. We work with children from 12 months to 18 years.


School Success Programme – Professional Training for School Success Assistants

  • December 2, 2019
<Vietnamese is below - Tiếng Việt bên dưới> Training is a regular activity at Ethos. The professional training provides us with an understanding of the different ...

Parents Coffee Meeting at British International School, Ho Chi Minh City

  • November 20, 2019
Parents Coffee Meeting at British International School, Ho Chi Minh City   We were happy to have the opportunity to speak to parents about the development ...

SENIA – Special Education Network and Inclusion Association

  • September 25, 2019
Ethos is happy to participate in the first SENIA - Special Education Network & Inclusion Association in Vietnam. SENIA is an association of professionals, educators, and ...

Checklist – Is Your Child Ready for School?

  • December 2, 2019
<Vietnamese is below - Tiếng Việt bên dưới> Use this checklist to see if your child is ready for the move to school in the coming ...

Connecting With Your Child Through Questions and Comments

  • November 3, 2016
At Ethos, we believe that the key to successfully developing your child’s communication skills is through engaging in enjoyable, extended interactions with them. Taking turns in ...

Get a Good Night’s Sleep

  • November 3, 2016
Sleep, and getting children to sleep well (and quickly and often!) is something that occupies a lot of parent’s thoughts. When a child is not getting ...

What’s in a Name? – Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • November 3, 2016
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a term that often causes confusion amongst professionals and parents alike. Over the years, the names given to the group of ...

More than Colouring – Fine Motor Activities for Boys

  • November 7, 2016
We always hear from families with children who have difficulty with writing. Many parents also state that it is hard to get their sons to improve their ...

Intensive support for children aimed at building their skills and boosting their development over the summer break. A specialised programme targeting communication, social thinking and play skills and developing readiness for the new school year.

Summer School

Programmes to help every child and family. Your child does not have to have special needs to join in with these fun activities that support their development. Parents and caregivers can find great ideas and support here too!.

Community Support

Fun activities that has your child interacting with other children. Along with learning specific skills, group programmes help your child practise their social thinking, emotional regulation, and relationship skills along with turn-taking, sharing, and communication skills.

Group Support

An intensive support programme for children from the ages of two to six years who require additional support. This specialist programme can support your child and move them towards meeting their early developmental milestones. Half day and full day options available.

Ethos Early Intervention