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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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Articles & JournalsFather of boy attacked at Yishun playground: Autistic son hugged man as he wanted to play together

The father of a boy who was caught on video being assaulted by a man at a Yishun indoor playground has clarified that his son, who is autistic, had merely wanted to play with the man and his family. Mr Luo, 47, told Shin Min Daily News that he had not expected his son’s actions to cause […]

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Articles & JournalsLiyuan, Clinical Director of AutismSTEP, on UFM 100.3!

Our Clinical Director, Liyuan, was featured on UFM 100.3 earlier today! Liyuan was invited to be one of the writer for a Handbook for parents with children with Autism. Mandarin radio channel, UFM 100.3, interviewed Liyuan to ask about his contribution to the book and also his journey as a therapist and tips for parents […]

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Articles & JournalsDowntown Line train, stations showcase work by artists with autism

Spot something different about your commute on the Downtown Line? A train and four interchange stations – Bugis, Newton, Serangoon and Tampines – have been decked out with artwork from artists from Pathlight School, an autism-focused school. The month-long community outreach programme featuring contributions from Pathlight School’s artist development programme is a collaboration between the Autism Resource Centre, the […]

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Articles & JournalsRepublic Poly students create sensory-friendly theatre show

He told The New Paper: “Children with special needs tend to move around due to their short attention span. Most theatre shows do not cater to them so I wanted to do something different.” He teamed up with fellow students Winnie Neo, 20, Basilia New, 21, Tan Xuan Yun, 21 and Xie Hui Ting, 22, […]

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Articles & JournalsShe turns stage into mind of boy on autism spectrum

The stage takes the audience to the suburban town of Swindon, Paddington station in London and even outer space. The stage also takes the audience into the mind of Christopher Boone, 15, who is on the autism spectrum. This is all down to stage designer Bunny Christie, 56, who has been working magic in the […]

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