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Guidelines for Child Care Centres Providing Care Services for Children with Special Needs

Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports, Government of Singapore Country Resources Child and Youth Disability policies/plans/legislations and service standards Singapore 1 May 2008 Guidelines

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Guidelines for child care centres who wish to enrol children with special needs. These guidelines aim to maximise the potential of children with special needs.

Description/Excerpt: To help integrate children with special needs in an inclusive learning environment, MCYS has developed a set of guidelines for child care centres which are providing or would like to provide care services for children with special needs.


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