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Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children

Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children

From 1 July 2019, the Ministry of Social and Family Development will be progressively rolling out more customised Early Intervention (EI) services. Services will also be made more affordable. Fee changes to the Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC), Development Support (DS) and Learning Support (LS) programmes will take effect from 1 April 2019. For more information, please click here.

For children at risk of developing moderate to severe developmental needs, EIPIC provides social, educational and therapy services. The child’s progress is monitored through an individual education plan developed jointly with parents.

For More Info

Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC)

SG Enable
20 Lengkok Bahru Singapore 159053 
Tel: (65) 1800 8585 885 
Email: contactus@sgenable.sg
Website: www.sgenable.sg

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