Social and public assistance (e.g. baby bonus, subsidies for childcare, job placement services, cash grants, etc.) we provide to the elderly, people with disabilities, low-income families, parents, etc.
Home-Based Behavioural Intervention Services
Home-Based Behavioural Intervention Services (HBIS) supports persons with disabilities who have behavioural needs, and helps them live in the community for as long as possible
Employment Assistance for Persons with Disabilities
There are schemes and services to enable persons with disabilities to be supported for training and acquire employment. Schemes are also available to support employers Schemes are also available to support employers to hire, train and integrate persons with disabilities.
Baby Bonus Scheme
Get cash gifts; and open special savings accounts to benefit from CDA First Step and dollar-for-dollar matching for your baby. Baby Bonus helps parents lighten the financial costs of raising children.
Foreign Domestic Worker Levy Concession for Persons with Disabilities
The Foreign Domestic Worker Levy Concession for Persons with Disabilities enables families to pay a lower monthly levy when employing foreign domestic workers as full-time caregivers of their loved ones with disabilities.
Home Caregiving Grant
The Home Caregiving Grant provides support to families who hire foreign domestic workers to care for their loved ones with moderate to severe disabilities
Caregivers Training Grant
The Caregivers Training Grant (CTG) helps caregivers to enhance their capabilities in caring for the physical and socio-emotional needs of persons with disabilities or the elderly.
Disabled Persons Scheme
Persons with disabilities who are unable to take public transport due to their disabilities and require a vehicle to earn a living can benefit from the certificates of entitlement (COE) and the additional registration fees (ARF) waivers when they purchase a vehicle.
Day Activity Centre
Day Activity Centre provides care and skills training for adults with disabilities.
The Partnership Fund by SDN supports ideas and initiatives that you are passionate about to create opportunities to bring singles together.
MSF's Pilot Project with MINDS
MSF initiated a pilot in March 2015 with the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled in Singapore (MINDS) to simplify the process to apply for deputyship for young adults with severe intellectual disability.