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Moderator Ky
Jan 18, 2018

Fees for Enhanced Pilot for Private Intervention Providers

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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 a household’s income per capita.

 

Click here for more information about the fee matrix.

 

What are your thoughts of this scheme? Has anyone tried applying for this scheme before? Perhaps you could share your experience of applying for subsidy and if it is worth going for Enhanced PPIP or to go straight to other private early intervention centres?

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