- Jun 30, 2007 to Jun 30, 2007
Our new regional centre SPD@Tampines will be launched on 30 June 2007. With the number of clients having grown almost two-fold over the last three years, we are extending our services. Our new centre SPD@Tampines will provide affordable and quality community rehabilitation, social support and other services to those staying in the east. Bringing our services closer to our clients’ homes will better meet the needs of our clients.
- Jan 31, 2007 to Jan 31, 2007
Get a glimpse into the world of 15 physically disabled artists through their digital art pieces. The artwork, available for purchase, will be displayed at The Art Loft for the month of January.
Mondays to Friday, 8.30am to 7pm
Saturdays, 8.30am to 6pm
Holidays, 10am to 6pm
- Jan 27, 2007 to Jan 27, 2007
Over 200 students with physical disabilities or who have parents who are physically disabled received bursary awards to help them along their educational journey for the year. The award was part of the SPD Education Programme that aims to ensure the holistic, physical, mental and social wellbeing of disabled students.
- Dec 01, 2006 to Dec 01, 2006
Obtech will be organising its first Charity Golf event to raise funds for SPD, its adopted beneficiary for this event. Fulfilling its role as a socially responsible corporate citizen, the organization will rally its business partners to raise funds to help pave the way to a brighter future through education, for students in mainstream schools with physical disabilities and students with parents who are disabled. It hopes to raise $100,000 for SPD’s Education Bursary Award. Obtech, a subsidiary of NEC Corporation of Japan was established in 1996 to provide systems integration solutions for manufacturing companies.
- Nov 11, 2006 to Nov 11, 2006
Price: $50 (public), $30 (students)
Speakers at a half-day seminar will present on a range of topics, from personal development to investment, financial planning and entrepreneurship. Featuring established professionals such as Mrs Ivy Singh-Lim (Gentlewarrior Farmer), Dr Reto Callegari (Executive Director and Mentor, Investments & Entrepreneurship) and Mr Jack Sim (World Toilet Organization), amongst others, it is organised in aid of the Society for the Physically Disabled, by the Rotary Club of Singapore Bugis Junction.
- Sep 21, 2006 to Sep 21, 2006
Organised by the Society for the Physically Disabled, the two-day Assistive Technology Workshop will introduce the various accessibility & mobility technologies and applications that can be adapted and used at home, work and for leisure. The workshop will focus on practical approaches and tips on using these technologies.
This interactive workshop will include experienced AT practitioners from Australia, Japan, Thailand and Malaysia who will share insights on their personal experiences and practical approaches to resolving challenges. Participants will include therapists, practitioners, researches, students and our clients.
Key representatives of selected AT vendors/manufacturers will also be represented, with scheduled hands-on demonstration sessions for participants to learn how to operate the products.
Don’t miss this opportunity to participate and upgrade your AT skill and knowledge through industry expertise. Seats are limited so register early to avoid disappointment.
|Category||Fee per day|
|Students / SPD Clients & caregivers||$10|
|Wheelchair Enabler Competition Participants||$5|
- Sep 03, 2006 to Sep 03, 2006
The Amazing Wheelchair Race is a fun-filled race consisting of games and activities, with the MRT as the main mode of transport from one point to the next. Eighty participants from JCs and tertiary institutions are to pair up and navigate their way through a series of challenges with a catch – one of them must be on a wheelchair throughout the race! Inventiveness, creativity and a learning attitude will get you ahead! Winners stand to win up to $1000 in prize money.
The race hopes to increase awareness about the daily challenges faced by people with physical disabilities in Singapore. Through the race, it is hoped that participants and the public will be more informed about the accessibility and transport issues they face, and make effort to integrate them as part of the community.
The Amazing Wheelchair Race is a joint collaboration by The Society for the Physically Disabled and Nanyang Technological University’s Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Club.
- Aug 12, 2006 to Aug 12, 2006
The workshop aims to help you have a better understanding about students with physical disability who are studying in mainstream school. The workshop further illustrates the support these students require to achieve their fullest potential.
The highlights of the workshop:
- Overview of Singapore’s system of supporting students with physical disability
- The Western Australia’s experience on inclusion
- Harnessing on Assistive Technology for learning and access to IT
- Tips on adaptation strategies in physical education and outdoor activities
- Overcoming physical barriers
- Sharing of personal experience by a university student with disability and a caregiver
- A school’s experience
Who should attend:
All mainstream educators from pre- schools and university who wish to learn and understand how to support students with physical disability effectively.
- Jul 29, 2006 to Jul 29, 2014
Registration and lunch reception starts at 12.30pm, the AGM at 1.30pm. For enquiries, You may also fax or send us your enquiries or confirmation of your attendance at 6323 7008 or Society for the Physically Disabled, No. 2 Peng Nguan Street, SPD Ability Centre, Singapore 168955.
- Jul 15, 2006 to Jul 15, 2006
Looking to give of your time and effort to a worthy cause? SPD’s annual Flag Day is coming up in July 2006 and volunteers would be needed to help raise funds for our beneficiaries who come to SPD for rehabilitation and training. Our programmes and services include education and social service support, rehabilitation, employment, vocational training and assistive technology consultation, amongst others.
Time slots: Shift 1 (10am to 3pm)
Shift 2 (12nn to 5pm)
Shift 3 (2pm to 6pm)