Monthly Archives: November 2020

Articles & JournalsJoint campus for 2 special ed schools – AutismSTEP

Two special education (Sped) schools will be moving in five years to a new site, where they will accommodate more students. Chaoyang School and Tanglin School, which are both run by the Association for Persons with Special Needs, will also undergo redevelopment to build more facilities to cater to students with mild intellectual disability as […]

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Articles & JournalsSGX Bull Charge community raises S$3.63m for charity – AutismSTEP

THE SGX Bull Charge community has gone the extra mile for beneficiaries in the Virtual Charity Run, clocking over 150,000 km to surpass its collective target of 100,000 km. With the support of corporate sponsors and individual donors, the flagship charity initiative of Singapore Exchange (SGX) raised S$3.63 million amid a challenging year for charitable […]

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Articles & JournalsUndaunted by Covid-19, parade for people with disabilities goes virtual – AutismSTEP

For some, playing the piano well might be a difficult feat to accomplish. But Ms Siti Sakinah Zainal not only mastered the instrument in seven years, she also did it despite being blind. The 24-year-old human resources executive learns her pieces by listening to them, playing them back to memorise them, and picking up the […]

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Articles & JournalsHearing test could help identify newborns with autism – AutismSTEP

For years, researchers have known through numerous studies that hearing and other sensory systems of adults and children who have autism differ from children or adults without autism. Now, University of Miami and Harvard Medical School researchers who explored responses to the standard hearing test administered to millions of newborns around the world, are closing […]

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Articles & JournalsSome autistic people report poor quality of life, but many do not – AutismSTEP

Autistic people vary widely in their quality of life, a new study shows. Some report shortcomings in their physical health and school achievement, among other areas, but many do not. To help autistic people improve their well-being and satisfaction with life, researchers need a better understanding of what matters to individuals, says lead researcher Eva Loth, […]

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Articles & Journals‘Theory of mind’ does not fade with age among autistic adults – AutismSTEP

Autistic people’s ability to understand another person’s thinking does not diminish with age, as it does for non-autistic people, a new study shows. Researchers evaluated ‘theory of mind’— or the ability to infer someone’s mental state — in autistic and non-autistic adults. Many autistic people struggle with this cognitive skill, research has shown. In the […]

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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 & JournalsTwo special education schools to be redeveloped and located at new joint campus in 2025 – AutismSTEP

SINGAPORE – Two special education schools serving students with mild intellectual disability will have a joint campus, and redeveloped to accommodate more students. Chaoyang School and Tanglin School, which are both run by the Association for Persons with Special Needs, will also have more facilities to cater to students across the autism spectrum. The special […]

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Articles & JournalsForum: Those with special needs face a maze – AutismSTEP

There are hardly any medical or life policies available to people with autism or Down syndrome in Singapore. This segment of the population is just as susceptible to ageing and diseases as the rest. Without insurance coverage, they may add to the cost and burden borne by society. As this group of people age and […]

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Articles & JournalsAllied educators feel joy when students flourish – AutismSTEP

From rejecting her at first, a student with mild autism now refers to Madam Germaine Png as his “guardian angel in school”. It was an affirmation for the then new allied educator (AED) from a secondary school. Madam Png, 33, told The New Paper: “It showed that even though students might not be receptive initially, […]

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