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Articles & JournalsNew programme to help caregivers manage autistic children

SINGAPORE – For Madam Jorah Mahmud, managing her teenage son’s behaviour is a daily challenge. Ansari, 18, has autism and frequently displays aggressive behaviour. Madam Jorah, 53, is afraid of taking him out of the house as he can unpredictably attack people around him. He once even bit her on the eye, she said. “As […]

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Articles & JournalsSembawang adult disability home to start operations in April

SINGAPORE: A new home in Sembawang for adults with intellectual disabilities will start operations in April, the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) said, after initial reports said it would be built by March 2016 – a date later pushed to end-2017. A spokesperson for the ministry also told Channel NewsAsia that Singapore’s first autism-focused […]

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Articles & JournalsTop bottled water brands contaminated with plastic particles: report

[MIAMI] The world’s leading brands of bottled water are contaminated with tiny plastic particles that are likely seeping in during the packaging process, according to a major study across nine countries published on Wednesday. “Widespread contamination” with plastic was found in the study, led by microplastic researcher Sherri Mason of the State University of New […]

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Articles & JournalsParliament: Caregivers of people with autism or intellectual disability to get more support

SINGAPORE – Caregivers of people with autism or intellectual disability will get more support, including help to defray the cost of hiring a foreign domestic worker. Currently, caregivers of those who cannot perform activities of daily living such as going to the toilet or showering, can apply for a discounted maid levy and a $120 […]

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Articles & JournalsThey didn’t let Asperger’s define their JC years

The former Pioneer Junior College (PJC) student even took home a Verbal Commendation award. But speaking in public, making eye contact and using hand gestures – these things do not come naturally to Mr Choo, 18. He has Asperger’s syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder in which reading social cues and maintaining eye contact is challenging. […]

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Articles & JournalsIt Changed My Life: How a mother lost her 11-year-old son to depression

The three notebooks are filled with doodles, comic strips, riddles and little stories, rendered and written in pencil. One quirky drawing has a parrot mouthing its response to the poser: What do you get when you cross a centipede with a chicken? Answer: Drumsticks for everyone. The illustrations spring from the fertile imagination of Evan, […]

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Articles & JournalsNew President’s Challenge memorabilia launched at Istana’s Open House

SINGAPORE – Visitors to the Istana will now be able to have a memento of the President’s official residence. On Saturday (Feb 17), President Halimah Yacob launched a new series of memorabilia, in conjunction with the Istana’s Open House on the second day of Chinese New Year. The items included leather key chains, fridge magnets […]

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Articles & JournalsKids with special needs treated to sensory-friendly film screening

Watching a movie is a stressful experience for some, like Ms Sun Meilan, 45, and her son, Jay Yik, 10, who has autism. The full-time caregiver said: “He would fidget and make noises. We are always prepared to leave if it does not work out.” Last Saturday, Jay and other children with special needs were […]

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Articles & JournalsYoung girl with special needs shapes her Garden through clay art

SINGAPORE: It’s a lively Saturday afternoon at the National Museum of Singapore, where a group of children are taking part in a bird mobile-making workshop. Among them is Sow Zixuan, a 12-year-old wheelchair user with cerebral palsy, who is concentrating on her own green-coloured bird creation, surrounded by her new friends and her family. “I […]

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Articles & JournalsO-Level results: Seeing students do well is a proud, satisfying moment for Pathlight teachers

SINGAPORE: It was a day of anxiety and excitement not just for the students all over Singapore who received their O-Level results on Friday (Jan 12), but also for the teachers who guided them. And it was an extra special day for two special education teachers, who saw all their O-Level students do well enough to further […]

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