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.
Trust and Savings Options for Persons with Disabilities
Parents or primary caregivers of persons with disabilities who wish to safeguard their loved ones' welfare and financial security can approach the Special Needs Trust Company (SNTC) to draw up care plans and set up trust accounts.
MSF Recurrent and Capital Fundings
We fund the operations and facilities of community-based and residential services for the elderly, people with disabilities, families in need and youth.
Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children
The Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children programme (EIPIC) provides developmental and therapy services for infants and young children at risk of moderate to severe developmental delays.
Children participate in activities that maximise their developmental growth potential and minimise the development of secondary disabilities.
The Partnership Fund by SDN supports ideas and initiatives that you are passionate about to create opportunities to bring singles together.
Premises for VWOs
Voluntary welfare organisations (VWOs) can seek support and advice from us to secure premises for their activities.
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.
Home-Based Care Services
Home-Based Care Services provide home-help support for adults with disabilities to continue to live in the community.
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.
Integrated Child Care Programme (ICCP)
The Intergrated Child Care Programme (ICCP) enables children with mild to moderate developmental needs (aged 2-6) to attend, learn and play with their peers at the Child Care Centres.
Residential Care Services at Children Disability Homes
Children Disability Homes provide long- and short-term residential care for children with special needs aged below 16.