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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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Articles & JournalsInclusive camp for special-needs kids

Mr Ng Li Jie, 21, is autistic, and was shunned by his classmates at Singapore Polytechnic. Though Mr Ng found a group of close friends there, he felt more could be done to integrate people like him. So he joined Superhero Me, a ground-up arts movement and non-profit arts company that fosters inclusion of children […]

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Articles & JournalsSingle mothers, mothers of children with special needs celebrated at Mother’s Day event

SINGAPORE – Dr Elly Sabrina struggled with feelings of isolation in raising a child with autism. “My child does not fit into society’s definitions of ‘normal’,” she said. The one thing kept her going despite the challenges was the support from family and friends. Dr Elly, a physician, emphasised the need for a support system […]

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Articles & JournalsBank to help disabled youngsters pedal towards a brighter future

SINGAPORE – Before being diagnosed with autism, David Rudolph would prove a disruption to other children around him at his daycare centre. His mother Ms Clara Toh began seeking treatment for his condition and outlets for his boundless energy, one of which was cycling – an activity he still enjoys as a 15-year-old. Last year […]

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Articles & JournalsWalking the talk in support of autism

“SPORT is an activity that draws people together. It is fun, helps to break the ice, and creates opportunities for people to interact and bond,” explained Paul Fong, country manager for Dow Chemical Singapore and Malaysia.     For full article, please visit: https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/life-culture/walking-the-talk-in-support-of-autism

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Articles & JournalsFun on the water: Singapore’s first sea sports programme for the autistic

Driven by a passion to help autistic children, Andrew Choo came up with a unique way to bring them joy. Channel NewsAsia’s Ahmad Khan tried out the sea sports programme, which was tougher than it looked.     Read more at: https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/fun-on-the-water-singapore-s-first-sea-sports-programme-for-the-10155880

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Articles & JournalsAutism has not stopped Miss Andrea Chua from pursuing her dream of working in the medical field

Autism has not stopped Miss Andrea Chua from pursuing her dream of working in the medical field. The 20-year-old will graduate from Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s School of Life Sciences and Chemical Technology on Wednesday with a diploma in biomedical science. She will graduate with a silver medal, meaning she is in the top 5 per […]

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