The Home Tuition Grant is available to children with autism aged between 2 ½ years and 5 years of age who cannot find an appropriate early intervention placement within the State Education system.
If you are caring for a child with a disability who has high care needs, substantially in excess of child of similar age, with normal care needs, you may qualify for a monthly Domiciliary Care Allowance.
Carer’s Allowance is a means tested payment for carers on low incomes who live with and look after people who need full time care and attention.
The Incapacitated Child Tax Credit is a tax credit that can be claimed from the Revenue Commissioner. The credit is granted if your child has a permanent physical or mental incapacity.
The monthly Domiciliary Care Allowance (DCA) payment for a child with autism is no longer payable once the child reaches the age of 16.
Download a copy of the Disability Allowance Claim form here: (DA1 Form)
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