The Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA) is in the midst of appointing new Pilot for Private Intervention Providers (PPIP).
The newly appointed PPIP service providers will begin receiving new referrals for enrolment from 1 April 2022 onwards.
For updates of the new PPIP service providers, you may check this web page again in March 2022.
From 1 Apr 2019, MSF will enhance affordability for the Pilot for Private Intervention Providers (PPIP) by broadening the income criteria for means-tested subsidies. For more information, click here.
The Enhanced Pilot for Private Intervention Providers (Enhanced PPIP) is a subsidy scheme that offers more choices of early intervention programmes for children who have been referred for the Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC).
Parents who choose to enroll their children in a selected Private Intervention Centre (PIC) will receive subsidies that will help to defray the enrolment costs.
The Enhanced PPIP Subsidy scheme is administered by the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA), part of the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). It only applies to approved programmes by the selected Private Intervention Centres (PIC)s
appointed by MSF.
Who can Apply?
To be eligible for the Enhanced PPIP subsidy, the child should have an EIPIC1 application submitted by the hospital. Please refer to the EIPIC page for more information.Read More
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Your child must not be currently enrolled in EIPIC run by a social service agency or in a Mainstream Primary or Special Education school.
1 EIPIC referral must be from the Department of Child Development at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH DCD), Child Development Unit at National University Hospital (NUH CDU) or a private paediatrician.
For information about PPIP, please visit our frequently asked questions page.
Have additional enquiries? Contact SG Enable at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1800-8585-885.