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Articles & JournalsYamaha sorry for axing lesson over boy’s autism

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Yamaha has apologised after a parent complained that a flute instructor at the Yamaha Contempo Music School cancelled his son’s lesson because of the child’s autism. In a Facebook post on Monday, Mr Ivan Lim described how his 12-year-old son Alex was turned away from his flute lesson at the school at Plaza Singapura mall. […]

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Articles & JournalsNUS students raise over $400k for charity

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Students from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have raised more than $400,000 through the NUS Students’ Union (NUSSU) Rag and Flag 2017. The funds raised will go towards 21 charity programmes supported by Community Chest, including the AWWA Special Student Care Centre, Fei Yue Community Services, Pathlight School, St Andrew’s Autism Centre, and The […]

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Articles & JournalsKids with special needs ride in style to the Padang

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Eleven-year-old Rifqi Shauqi may not have had a front-row ticket to the National Day Parade, but he was really close to the action and travelled there like a VIP. Rifqi, who is autistic, was one of 15 children from local special-needs charity Rainbow Centre Singapore, who were driven from their schools in Margaret Drive and […]

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Articles & JournalsMore than 70 companies, individuals recognised for efforts in supporting employees with disabilities

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SINGAPORE — Instead of the usual one-week training he conducts for new employees, environmental services department supervisor Davis Chew spends about three weeks helping new staff with disabilities at Yishun Community Hospital (YCH) to learn the ropes.   However, he does not just provide them with reading materials and verbal instructions, like for other staff. […]

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Articles & Journals‘I’m not bad, I’m not ill, I’m autistic’: Woman’s relief on being finally diagnosed at 42

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Loud noises and bright lights terrified her, school gave her meltdowns. For years Dawn-joy Leong didn’t know why, until she found out she had Asperger’s Syndrome, she tells On the Red Dot. SINGAPORE: For over 40 years, Dr Dawn-joy Leong struggled to come to terms with some of her eccentricities and social awkwardness. She had […]

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Articles & JournalsSpecial-needs musicians to perform

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For the first time ever, this year’s National Day Parade (NDP) will feature musicians with different types of disabilities performing together, to promote a caring spirit and to highlight the message of inclusivity. The Purple Symphony – Singapore’s largest disability-inclusive orchestra, which includes a choir – will have 24 of its 90 members perform We […]

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Articles & JournalsIt Changed My Life: Pre-school principal Lena Koh makes inclusive learning her mission

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Little Khloe Gan is merrily ambling towards the childcare centre’s play area when Madam Lena Koh stops the tyke in her tracks. “Khloe, have you finished your snack? Can you put your bowl in the pail, please?” coos the principal of Kindle Garden. The child dutifully does as told, earning a beaming smile from Madam […]

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Articles & JournalsFathers with special needs kids share their joys and pains

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These special dads shared this at a Father’s Day dialogue with Minister for Social and Family Development Tan Chuan-Jin yesterday. There were 15 dads, 11 with special needs children, at a dialogue organised by Dads For Life and Mediacorp, with support from the National Population and Talent Division and the Ministry of Social and Family […]

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Articles & JournalsSparking creativity through our differences

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It is the school holidays and, at the Enabling Village in Lengkok Bahru, groups of children at an art camp are learning that it is not a bad thing to be different. Children who might normally disrupt a classroom with loud questions or noises are so curious about group members in wheelchairs that they calm […]

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Articles & JournalsAre fidget spinners dangerous?

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What are fidget spinners? Fidget spinners started gaining popularity in March this year, and can be bought anywhere from pasar malams to department stores. They range in price from $2 to $20, with many costing much more, and they largely follow the same three-pronged design. They’re made to spin easily in place with a light […]

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