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Moderator Ky
Jan 18, 2018

Subsidy for Special Student Care Centres (SSCC) [Age 7 - 18]

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SSCC offers subsidies for 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.

 

Click here for more information.

 

Any review on this subsidy scheme?

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