November 2021

How Exercising Benefits Persons With Autism
Decreased physical activity during the pandemic has had a significant impact on people’s physical and mental health, particularly those with sensory processing differences who rely on the benefits of physical [...]
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Catching Up With Some Users of Personal Mobility Aids
Some assistive technology devices that are increasingly common include personal mobility aids (PMAs) like manual or motorised wheelchair and mobility scooter. In this article, we invite three PMA users to [...]
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Every Step Counts in Promoting Awareness and Raising Funds for Persons with Disabilities at the…
The SPD Ability Walk & Run returns with a second year of its virtual edition, rallying individuals and corporates to advance the disability cause and raise much needed funds for [...]
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How Two Bakers Use Their Passion to Do Good
The year-end SPD Charity Bake Sale features 23 homebakers, each bringing with them their signature treats while doing their part of charity. We speak to two bakers – Risa Wijaya [...]
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Make Storytelling at Home Fun and Interactive for Your Child
Reading stories is a great way to engage and spend time with your child at home. SPD’s senior EIPIC teacher, Hasliah Hashim, shares some tips to help you get started.
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Why Cooking Biryani is a Metaphor for Parenting Children with Autism
Food prepared with love is the tastiest. The same could be said about parenting. With the right strategies, mindset and most importantly – love – a child can learn to [...]
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Oral Care Tips for Persons with Disabilities and Their Caregivers
Some individuals with physical disabilities may find it challenging to perform activities of daily living, such as oral care practices, independently. They may therefore need to rely on their caregivers [...]
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