Lay Choo is a therapist who has worked with children with autism for more than a decade. She began her career as an engineer but her turning point came when she visited a school for children with special needs.
WIth almost a decade’s worth of experience, Jillian has helped many children with autism overcome challenges and lead happy, fulfilling lives. Jillian began her career as an early childhood educator and it was during those early years that she became more aware of children with special needs.
Three young men are in a small office in the City of London, listening to a coach talk about dealing with stress. These are not burnt-out lawyers or bankers, but wannabe tech contractors. Their autism and coding skills have brought them to the new London offices of Auticon, a German consultancy that specialises in placing […]
This year’s Hari Raya Puasa will be a special one for Madam Jurina Johari and her family. From as early as 9am on Sunday, their one-room rental flat in Sembawang was inundated with well-wishers offering help and donations. This was due to a video The New Paper posted to its Facebook page on Saturday night. […]
SINGAPORE — A new treatment using cord blood stem cells to treat autism could offer hope to families of children living with the neuro-developmental disorder, which currently has no known cure. Run by the Sutter Institute of Medical Research in the United States, the US Food and Drug Administration-approved clinical trial explored the use of […]