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Articles & JournalsEffort put in to make autism conference inclusive

We thank Mr Dino Trakakis for his letter (Do more than talk to help disabled people; Oct 29). He called on organisations that serve people with disabilities to walk the talk. He also commented on the fees and the organisers behind an upcoming major regional autism conference in 2019. The co-organisers of the Asia Pacific […]

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Articles & JournalsAuthor Spreads Autism Understanding All Around the World

My Writing Journeys I’m often asked, “Why autism?,” followed by “What’s Wayang?” when I tell people about my children’s book, Open—A Boy’s Wayang Adventure. The answers don’t come in one-liners. My path as a writer has been a long and complicated one. I started a food blog some years back to cope with the loneliness […]

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Articles & JournalsMore to be done to help pre-school kids eat healthy, learn well to have a good start: Tharman

SINGAPORE – To ensure that more children adopt healthy eating habits in their early years, the Government will progressively tighten the nutritional content requirements in food served in pre-schools, Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam said on Saturday (Oct 27). Already, wholegrains, fruits and vegetables are being served in pre-schools, while sugary drinks and deep-fried food […]

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Articles & JournalsRelief PE teacher who bullied autistic pupil jailed 3 months, fined $3,000

During a physical education (PE) lesson, the relief PE teacher threw a ball at the Primary 4 pupil’s head three times. In the same span of five minutes, he also threatened to place the nine-year-old boy inside a cage meant for storing PE equipment. Two days later, the 33-year-old Singaporean deliberately stepped on the boy’s […]

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Articles & JournalsHelping autistic students ease into real world

When it opens in 2022, the new Rainbow Centre campus in Admiralty Link will feature an area modelled on real-world environments such as shops and other community spaces. Dubbed Social Town, this environment in the new campus, which will cater to students with autism, allows for “authentic learning” and helps ease its students’ transition after […]

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Articles & JournalsSwimming: Joseph Schooling shares experiences with children in clinic in partnership with Community Chest

SINGAPORE – Over the past 21/2 weeks following the end of the Asian Games, Joseph Schooling’s mind has been on “anything except swimming”. But the Olympic champion, who won two individual golds and two relay bronzes in Jakarta, was back by the pool on Tuesday (Sept 11) to talk swimming to 12 children at the […]

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Articles & JournalsRecord 571 people with special needs take part in inclusive run

More than 2,000 runners flocked to Bishan Stadium and Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park yesterday – and faced greater issues than just the heat. They were taking part in this year’s Run For Inclusion, Singapore’s annual running event where athletes with disabilities can run alongside the able-bodied. Among the participants was 27-year-old student Wong Ren Yi, […]

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Articles & JournalsYouth masturbating on Singapore train in viral video autistic, family says

SINGAPORE: A secretly-recorded Facebook video which showed a young man touching his private parts while looking at a girl on an MRT train here caused immediate outrage – until the man’s aunt came forward to reveal that her nephew is autistic. She also expressed heartbreak over the video going viral online – a sentiment shared […]

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Articles & JournalsNetball: Team Singapore players and media personalities raise $15,000 for AWWA

SINGAPORE – A charity netball match, featuring Member of Parliament for Marine Parade GRC Seah Kian Peng, media personalities, Team Singapore netballers, Deloitte partners and staff, has raised $15,000 for social service organisation AWWA. The charity game was played at the Deloitte Pesta Sukan 2018 on Saturday (Aug 18) morning at Kallang Netball Centre. Mr […]

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Articles & JournalsAn ‘autism challenge’ where participants had to walk or run through a sensory tunnel

SINGAPORE – More than 2,000 runners flocked to Bishan Stadium and Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park on Sunday (Aug 26) – and faced greater problems than just the heat. They were taking part in this year’s Run For Inclusion, Singapore’s annual running event where disabled athletes can run alongside the able-bodied. Among those taking part was […]

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