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Moderator Ky
Jan 18, 2018

Fees for Early Intervention Programme for Infants & Children

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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 activities at government-funded EIPIC centres in Singapore. 

 

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

 

Click here for more information on the fee matrix.

 

Any recommendations or feedback about the subsidies provided? What are some of the benefits or difficulties faced in obtaining financial assistance in EIPIC centres? Are there additional charges apart from the monthly fees that are indicated on the fee matrix?

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