April 2019

Golfers raised $158,600 for people with disabilities at the fourth SPD Charity Golf event
96 golfers gathered at the Orchid Country Club today for the SPD Charity Golf 2019. This was the first time that the event was held there following three consecutive years [...]
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In Conversation with Occupational Therapist Grazel Ng
Senior occupational therapist (OT) Grazel Ng shares more of her role as an OT in supporting children with developmental needs at their preschools.
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Many Came Together to Support SPD Flag Day 2019
About 950 SPD staff and volunteers braved the hot weather on 6 April to collect donations island-wide on SPD’s Flag Day. Thank you for your efforts!
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Shoulder Impingement Syndrome – How to Prevent It?
Shoulder impingement syndrome results in painful movements of the shoulder. Here are some steps that you can take so as not to let the pain keep you from doing activities [...]
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Become an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Advocate!
Learn from the best in the field of Augmentative and Alternative Communications, Assistive Technologies and Cortical Visual Impairment--from the experts at The Bridge School, a premier educational institution for children [...]
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Celebrating Life’s Every Triumph Together – Noraisha binte Mohamed
It has been sudden and without preamble from being a healthy person to having to relearn how to walk. However, Aisha reminds herself to always stay positive. Aisha shares more [...]
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Promoting Disability Inclusion One Deck at a Time
A group of youths came up with a card game to help primary school students understand disability in an interesting way. Find out how to play the card game here.
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Youths with Disabilities Engendering Positive Social Change
Through the Youth Development Programme, youths with and without disabilities worked together to develop projects to promote greater social inclusion. Read more about their ideas here.
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Stories of Ourselves – Workshop by Deanna Wagner
This May, join Deanna Wagner--Language and Literacy AACtivist--as she navigates us through the wonderful world of storytelling through Stories of Ourselves, to help our struggling communicator discover the love of [...]
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Autism Awareness Day Special – Math Wizard Lionel Lee
Though Lionel Lee has Asperger’s Syndrome, he does well academically, enjoyed track and field, and completed National Service. Lionel shares his strengths and struggles on this World Autism Awareness Day.
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