Baby Bonus Scheme for your child’s healthcare needs
Under the Baby Bonus Scheme, eligible parents in Singapore can utilise their child’s CDA account for medical services and treatments at approved institutions, for children up to 12 years old. These healthcare services include GP consultations, health checks, medication and prescribed treatments.
Get help from expert child’s health doctors
As your child grows, you can count on our GP doctors for routine health checks, vaccinations, as well as for non-emergency illnesses including:
- Allergies, Eczema and Rashes
- Common illnesses, e.g. cold, viral fever, food poisoning
- Hand, Foot, Mouth Disease
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Essential check ups from
Stay on top of your child’s growth! Check off their developmental milestones and find out how they’re progressing.
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Ensure your little one gets their recommended vaccinations so that they can grow up strong and well, such as: influenza; chickenpox; rotavirus vaccines.
Medication for Children
Pay for medication to boost your child’s wellbeing and to treat their illnesses, after an in-clinic consultation with our friendly child health GPs.
Get covered, quality care in three easy steps
Here’s how you can utilise your child’s CDA account using the Baby Bonus card at any DA Clinic
Visit your nearest DA clinic, no appointments necessary
Consult our friendly neighbourhood GPs on your child’s condition and receive medical advice and medication
Present your Baby Bonus card for subsidised treatment when you’re making payment
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Baby Bonus scheme?
The Baby Bonus scheme is a government scheme to help parents with the costs of raising a child. Under this, parents receive a Baby Bonus Cash Gift and a Child Development Account (CDA). The CDA is a special co-savings account for your child; and the funds within it can be used for childcare purposes, such as education or medical expenses.
How much do I have in my child's Child Development Account (CDA)?
The amount that your child will have in their respective Child Development Account (CDA) depends on the number of children you have in your family. You can refer to the Made for Families website for the full breakdown.
How can I claim on the Baby Bonus scheme or use my child's CDA for healthcare expense?
You’ll only be able to use funds from your child’s CDA at Baby Bonus approved healthcare institutions, such as our DA clinics, for outpatient care. When making payment, you should have your Baby Bonus card with you so that the clinic assistants can assist you with the CDA amount.