http://www.kkccc.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/AIM-Logo-POST-1030wx686h.png 686 1030 Orla Gallagher /wp-content/uploads/2018/01/kkccc.png Orla Gallagher2019-04-30 15:09:102019-04-30 15:09:10AIM application process for September 2019 pre-school year
AIM Level 7
For children who are currently receiving AIM supports and are eligible to avail of a 2nd year of the ECCE programme from September 2019
If the child is eligible and is returning to the same pre-school setting for a second year and circumstances have not changed, services in receipt of AIM Level 7 supports must submit a 2nd year extension request for all eligible children. This request can be submitted via the AIM tab on the PIP Portal from Wednesday 1st May.
If the child who is currently availing of AIM supports is moving to another pre-school in September 2019, a new AIM application has to be made by the new pre-school provider in conjunction with the parent(s).
New AIM applications:
For children eligible for the ECCE programme for the first time from September 2019 where AIM supports are required, the pre-school provider, in conjunction with the parent(s) should make an application for AIM by completing an Access and Inclusion Profile.
To apply for a child’s 1st year AIM Level 7 support a service request must be included in the submission of a Level 4: AIM Application. This application form can be accessed via the AIM tab on the PIP Portal and will be available from Wednesday 1st May.
Please contact [email protected] if you require any support in the submission of your application.
Applications should be made as early as possible to ensure that the relevant supports are in place when required.
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