May 2022

How a Person with Vision Loss “Reads” Off the Screen – A Global Accessibility Awareness…
As much as technology has become more prevalent and intuitive, the Web remains inaccessible and inconvenient to some, due to its limited accessibility features.
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SPD Charity Bake Sale with a Difference
For the first time, the SPD Charity Bake Sale has curated a list of home bakers that includes bakers with disabilities such as a one-handed baker, a stroke survivor, a [...]
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Youth With Muscular Dystrophy Hopes to Advocate for Others Like Her
Diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type II, Jiahui needs support for daily activities and relies on a motorised wheelchair to move around. With limited hand movements, she is not able [...]
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Supporting Stroke Survivor in His Employment Journey
Roger Lua had a stroke due to his congenital heart condition when he was just 20 years old. Spurred by a strong desire to be a contributing member of society [...]
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Maximising Participation and Independence in Children with Autism
SPD@Tampines’ occupational therapist Genevieve Ng shares how she and the EIPIC team develop curriculums that support children with autism and other developmental needs in maximising their participation and independence in [...]
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Celebrating a Mother’s Love – Caring for Her 6-year-old with a Rare Medical Condition
Receiving news that her baby girl was born with non-functioning kidneys was a big blow to Wei Yee. What followed were years of meticulous care for her daughter and fine [...]
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