Monthly Archives: October 2020

Articles & JournalsRejected by talent shows, S’porean with autism organises online concerts for youths with special needs – AutismSTEP

23-year-old musician Muhammad Arshad Fawwaz introduces me to his home recording studio setup with gusto. He effortlessly rattles off the brands and model numbers of each of his pieces of equipment, which include microphones, a set of reference speakers, headphones, an audio interface, and a Macbook Pro. He shows me how he’s been recording different […]

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Articles & JournalsDepressed mum sought help before killing autistic son and herself

She found it hard to cope with work as well as taking care of her two young sons at home. Her older boy Sotaro, especially, was a source of concern and stress as he had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism, and was doing poorly in school. For a year, Madam Nami Ogata, 41, felt […]

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Articles & JournalsCommunity heroes hailed for kind acts amid Covid-19 – AutismSTEP

With the coronavirus pandemic raging, Ms Sherry Soon, 39, founder of local ground-up movement Be Kind SG, wanted to give front-line healthcare workers an extra boost. In early February, she galvanised corporate sponsors, schools, non-profit groups and the Singapore Prison Service to put together 7,000 care packs containing items such as snacks, toiletries and thank-you […]

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Articles & JournalsYoung kid lost at Our Tampines Hub searched for mother on touchscreen mall directory – AutismSTEP

One lost child at Our Tampines Hub devised a rather creative — and hilarious — way of attempting to find his family. Tried finding mother on directory In a story shared on POWER 98 Love Songs’ Facebook page, the person who took the photo revealed that it was a primary school kid around the age […]

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Articles & JournalsPresident’s Challenge Volunteer Drive rallies more than 2,200 volunteers despite Covid-19 limitations – AutismSTEP

SINGAPORE – Technology is allowing more people to get involved in volunteer work and continue helping others despite restrictions during the Covid-19 pandemic. Since the start of the year, the President’s Challenge Volunteer Drive (PCVD) has rallied more than 2,200 volunteers from over 20 organisations to support its beneficiaries. Online activities such as hand yoga […]

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Articles & JournalsSocial motivation predicts language skills in autistic children – AutismSTEP

The more autistic children tune in to and communicate with others as toddlers, the stronger their conversation skills are later in childhood, according to a new study1. The findings lend support to the social motivation theory of autism, which posits that some autistic children do not prioritize social cues or seek out social interactions and, […]

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Articles & JournalsForum: Empower people with disabilities to stand as equals – AutismSTEP

It is encouraging that Singapore is taking steps to include and support the community of people with disabilities in tangible ways (New accreditation for firms hiring people with disabilities, Oct 9). One gap that has yet to be addressed is that of enabling people with disabilities to make a living from providing services to support […]

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Articles & JournalsThis made my day: Temperature screener helps reunite lost boy with autism with his mother – AutismSTEP

A pair of closing train doors at Punggol MRT station separated David from his domestic helper, but by the time she hurried back to the platform to find him, the 17-year-old boy was nowhere to be found. It wasn’t until later that day that the boy’s mother, identified only as Clara, was able to locate her […]

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Articles & JournalsPedestrian crossing pictograms to help people on autism spectrum – AutismSTEP

PEDESTRIAN crossing pictograms in Huercal-Overa to help people on the autism spectrum are a pioneer initiative in the province. The council is painting the pictograms on crossings which provide access to schools, sports centres and municipal facilities to promote the self-sufficiency and highway safety of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The initiative stems from […]

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Articles & JournalsYale researchers develop AI technology for adults with autism – AutismSTEP

Researchers from several American universities are collaborating to develop artificial intelligence based software to help people on the autism spectrum find and hold meaningful employment. The project is a collaboration between experts at Vanderbilt, Yale, Cornell and the Georgia Institute of Technology. It consists of developing multiple pieces of technology, each one aimed at a […]

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