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Integrated Child Care Programme (ICCP)

ICCP is an inclusive child care programme for children requiring low level of Early Intervention (EI) support. Providing these children with a natural learning environment alongside mainstream peers will help prepare them for future entry into mainstream primary education.


The Integrated Child Care Programme (ICCP) provides a natural environment for children requiring low to medium levels of EI support to learn, play and socialise alongside their mainstream peers, preparing them for future entry into mainstream education.

No intervention services will be provided in this programme, although the mainstream curriculum could be modified to accommodate the child with special needs.

The progress of each child will be monitored, with regular parent-teacher feedback sessions.

Who Can Apply

Applicants should be:

  • Between 2 and 6 years old
  • Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Diagnosed as falling within the mild to moderate range in any of the following – Developmental Delays (Global Developmental Delay, Speech Delay, Intellectual Disability etc), Autism Spectrum Disorder, Physical Disability, Hearing Impairment (with prescribed hearing aids only) and Visual Impairment (with prescribed corrective lenses only)
  • Recommended for ICCP by a doctor from the Department of Child Development (DCD) at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) or Child Development Unit (CDU) at National University Hospital (NUH), or a private paediatrician.

How to Apply?

Please have a doctor at any polyclinic refer your child for assessment at the Department of Child Development (DCD) at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) or Child Development Unit (CDU) at National University Hospital (NUH). The hospital will recommend ICCP if your child is assessed to be suitable. Alternatively, you may approach a private paediatrician for assessment and recommendation for ICCP.

Once your child has been assessed suitable, the hospital or private paediatrician will submit the application to SG Enable upon your consent.

Submission of applications to SG Enable by Doctors or Medical Social Workers (Online or Hard copy)

  1. Read More DS/LS Programme - Support and intervention for preschool children who require low levels of early intervention support

    Online submission (Recommended)
    Log into Social Service Net - Enabling Services (SSNet-ES) using your CorpPass

  2. or

  3. Hard copy submission
    Download the application form, print and send together with the required documents

  4. By Email

    Please take note that applications received via the following modes (i.e. by post or fax) will take a longer processing time due to the circuit breaker measures where all staff are working from home.

    By Post
    SG Enable - Child Disability Service
    20 Lengkok Bahru
    Singapore 159053

Upon receiving the referral, SG Enable will contact you to provide you the information to help you make an informed decision on your choice on ICCP Centre.

Your selected ICCP Centre will contact you within two months of the referral to arrange an interview and assessment of your child.

Enrolment into a suitable programme at the preferred centre is subject to the availability of vacancies at the centre and approval of the respective centre management.

Application Processing Time

Upon receiving the completed ICCP referral forms from the hospital or private paediatrician, SG Enable will contact you within 10 working days.

More Information

View the ICCP Service cum Fee Matrix (PDF) for a complete listing of ICCP centres in Singapore.

For more information about ICCP, please visit our frequently asked questions page.

Have additional enquiries? Contact SG Enable or call 1800-8585-885.