Social and School Readiness Class


Starting their school life in the unfamiliar environment of a mainstream school can be a traumatic experience for a child with autism. A sudden break in their normal routine, a barrage of new rules and a sea of strange new faces can lead to a world of trouble and embarrassment for an unprepared child.   […]

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A quieter experience for autistic shoppers


Shopping is stressful and overwhelming for some people with autism as they can be hypersensitive to the lights and sounds in stores. To make shopping environments more conducive for them, a group of volunteers is working with stores to institute a “quiet hour” before or at the start of operations. During this hour, store lights […]

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Towards an inclusive workplace

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Mr Justin Chua is a bright young man who holds a diploma, but he could not get a permanent job. It was not because the 27-year-old did not try his best. Mr Chua, who has autism, could not cope with the demands at work and did not know how to clarify expectations with his employer. […]

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Singapore Budget 2017: Integrating disabled into workforce and supporting caregivers focus of new Govt masterplan

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SINGAPORE – The Government will focus on integrating persons with disabilities into the workforce and helping caregivers under its third Enabling Masterplan – a five-year national plan for supporting the group. While the two previous plans focused on increasing support in a range of areas like early intervention and education, employment, care services, assistive technologies […]

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It Changed My Life: Chum to her son, champ for the autistic

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//Mrs Leong Geok Hoon, 60, Founder of Adelaide Harvests, with her son, Mr Leong Keat Mun, 24, Undergraduate, at home on Feb 10, 2017. He is holding an acrylic painting, titled "La Gioconda come una Leonessa - Laboratorio di Fotographia" that he painted.
//For It Changed My Life series. When her youngest son was diagnosed as autistic, Tan Geok Hoon, a former high flying banker, started raising awareness about the condition including helping to found the Autism Resource Centre. She recently started an online business selling artisanal Aussie products while her autistic son completes his product design degree in Australia.
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For nearly three decades, Mrs Leong Geok Hoon led the frenetic life of a corporate high-flyer in banking and application management. But two years ago, she pulled the brakes on her successful and lucrative career to be with her son while he studies for a degree in product design at the University of South Australia […]

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