March 2016

Plan for Long-Term Care for Those with Disabilities
A topic that is generally hard to broach but always on the minds of caregivers of people with disabilities is what happens to their loved-ones when the caregiver is no [...]
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TPE Clients Go Sailing on Wheelchair-Accessible Sailboat
The DBS Marina Sailing Programme was launched in 2013 to provide the community an opportunity to get into the Marina Reservoir and enjoy the view of the bay from a [...]
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Games and Toys for Inclusive Play
Children learn through play, try out new skills, bond with others and also in the process, have their imagination piqued. To enable children with special needs to play, mainstream games [...]
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Creating Awareness for Tourette’s Syndrome
Josiah Ong is a recipient of the Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) Foundation Scholarship for Persons with Disabilities and a business administration undergraduate at National University of Singapore (NUS), who has [...]
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Farewell to Our Soka Volunteers
The farewell between Soka volunteer Lay Keow and stroke survivor Vivian started with smiles and encouraging handshakes. But as reality set in and a few touching words of appreciation later, [...]
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A QaneMate to Bind Generations
SPD’s Rehabilitation Centre is the proud recipient of 12 QaneMates and walking canes on 25 February.
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Greater Awareness of Rare Conditions
A condition that affects fewer than one in 3,000 people is considered rare. There are about 7,000 types of rare diseases and disorders, with more being discovered each day.
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