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EARLY INTERVENTION [AGED 6 AND BELOW]

 

Early Intervention Programme for Infants & Children (EIPIC)

EIPIC provides therapy and social support services for children aged 6 and below. The programme equips infants and young children with special needs with the necessary skills for their developmental growth. It allows these children to take part in these activities at government-funded EIPIC centres in Singapore. 


Subsidies are means tested and provided according to your household’s income per capita.

 

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Enhanced Pilot for Private Intervention Providers (Enhanced PPIP)

This subsidy scheme is only for children who have already been referred for EIPIC. It offers more options of early intervention programmes from government-selected private intervention centres. Similar to EIPIC, the scheme is only for children aged 6 and below. The intervention programme equips infants and young children with special needs with the necessary skills for their developmental growth.


Subsidies are means tested and provided according to your household’s income per capita.

 

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SPECIAL EDUCATION (SPED) SCHOOLS [AGED 7 TO 18]

 

SPED Financial Assistance Scheme (SPED FAS)

SPED FAS provides financial assistance to Singapore Citizen children in MOE-funded SPED schools.

Your child is eligible for SPED FAS if:

 

Gross household income <  $2,500/month

OR

Per capita income < $625/month

 

The benefits under the scheme include a full waiver of school fees, free school attire and textbooks, subsidies for 7 meals per school week and $120 per annum for travelling to and from school via public transport. 

 

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DAY CARE

 

Integrated Child Care Programme (ICCP) [Aged 2 to 6]

ICCP provides inclusive child care programmes for children between 2 to 6 with mild to moderate disability. The subsidy scheme available under ICCP is capped at $300 for working mothers and $150 for non-working mothers. 

 

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Special Student Care Centres (SSCC) [Aged 7 to 18]

SSCC offers subsidised before and after school care services for students with special needs aged 7 to 18. Students must either be from a mainstream or SPED school. 

 

Subsidies are means tested and provided according to your household’s income per capita.

 

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DISCOUNTS UNDER THE DDR-ID CARD

The Developmental Disability Registry (DDR) Identity (ID) card enables caregivers to receive subsidies for therapy services, assistive equipment and places of interests. 

 

 

Click here for more information on how to register for a DDR-ID card and for the list of benefits under the DDR-ID card.