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What exactly is EIPIC?. Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children. Trains children with special needs aged 1-6 to reach important milestones in their development. Ages 1-6 critical window for child development

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What exactly is EIPIC?

Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children

  • Trains children with special needs aged 1-6 to reach important milestones in their development.

  • Ages 1-6 critical window for child development

  • With early diagnosis and intervention, they learn to manage and overcome their disability, communication or learning disorders such as autism and dyslexia

Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children

  • More than 2,000 children are diagnosed with developmental problems every year

  • It was about 1,400 just a few years ago

  • Exponential growth in teachers as well. Doubled from 90 a few years ago to 190 now

  • Number needs to double again by 2015

Society of Moral Charities

Choa Chu Kang


Rainbow Centre


Spastic Children’s

Pasir Ris

Fei Yue

Jurong East

Autism Resource Centre

Asian Women’s Welfare

Ang Mo Kio

Canossian School





Autism Association


Autism Association


Rainbow Centre


“They may not easily integrate into mainstream schools and require constant attention from a caregiver in performing daily activities. An early intenvention programme will help them develop to their full potential and lead fulfilling lives.”

The Straits Times, 10 Jun 2010

“A Very Special Child”

“After volunteering for a few days, I discovered that this is what I’ve always waned to do. Seeing how a simple touch can make a whole world of difference to a boy or girl is so emotionally fulfilling.”

“People with autism have communication difficulties and poor social skills. Some do not like physical touches. So I was particularly moved when one day he made eye contact with me, held my hand, ask a question and started having a conversation”

Temple Grandin

Best selling author on autism-related issues

  • “I can remember the frustration of not being able to talk. I knew what I wanted to say, but I could not get the words out, so I would just scream.”

  • “A treatment method or an educational method that will work for one child may not work for another child. The one common denominator for all of the young children is that early intervention does work, and it seems to improve the prognosis.”

  • "I am different, not less."

EIPIC Study Award


Full Sponsorship

of 15 month

part time course

at Ngee Ann Poly

Cash Award

of $19,200



for 3 years


working at an

EIPIC Centre


Outcome & Offer

17 June:

Applications Open



17 Aug:

Applications Close


Deed Signing

Jun 12

Jul 12

Aug 12

Sep 12

Oct 12

Nov 12

Dec 12


  • A Job with IMMENSE Meaning and Satisfaction

  • Higher Education, Continuous Learning

  • Cash Award of $19,200

  • Shorter working hours than most childcare centres (EIPIC operates on 5 day week)

  • Salary benchmarked at 10% higher



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