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Monthly Archives: June 2018


Articles & JournalsNew programme to help caregivers manage autistic children

SINGAPORE – For Madam Jorah Mahmud, managing her teenage son’s behaviour is a daily challenge. Ansari, 18, has autism and frequently displays aggressive behaviour. Madam Jorah, 53, is afraid of taking him out of the house as he can unpredictably attack people around him. He once even bit her on the eye, she said. “As […]

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Articles & JournalsTech, tools to assist differently-abled in Singapore

Many Singapore companies are still reluctant to hire persons with disabilities (PwDs). To help them overcome this, the Singapore government – working through SG Enable – provides technical and funding support to encourage the hiring of people with special needs. Established in 2013, SG Enable is an agency that works to enable people with special […]

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Articles & JournalsParliament: Caregivers of people with autism or intellectual disability to get more support

SINGAPORE – Caregivers of people with autism or intellectual disability will get more support, including help to defray the cost of hiring a foreign domestic worker. Currently, caregivers of those who cannot perform activities of daily living such as going to the toilet or showering, can apply for a discounted maid levy and a $120 […]

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Articles & JournalsArts course for those with special needs

Aspiring artists aged 18 and above with special needs can now enrol in a programme launched by arts school Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Nafa) and charity Very Special Arts Singapore (VSA) yesterday. The programme will give a boost to those hoping to forge a career in the arts. The certificate in visual arts, issued […]

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Articles & JournalsSingapore a good country to raise kids, but maybe not the best

Last week, international non-governmental organisation Save The Children published its annual End of Childhood report, which ranked Singapore as number one out of 175 countries, tying with Slovenia. The indicators were: under-five mortality rate, child stunting, out-of-school children and youth, child labour, child marriage, adolescent birth rate, population displaced by conflict and child homicide rate. […]

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Articles & JournalsTeachers’ Training at Eshkol Valley

Our Clinical Director, Liyuan, had an opportunity to conduct a Teachers’ Training session for the teachers in Eshkol Valley Preschool today. Eshkol Valley believes in all round nurturing for every child. The school accept children as young as 2 months to 7 years old and believes in keeping teacher to student ratio low so as […]

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Articles & JournalsDisabled artists to design Singapore Airlines’ in-flight snack boxes

Singapore Airlines is set to offer its economy class passengers in-flight snack boxes designed by artists with special needs in June. The product is a result of collaboration between the airline and SG Enable, an agency set up by Singapore’s Social and Family Development Ministry, and the Autism Resource Center (ARC), a Singapore-based non-profit charity […]

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