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SPD Goes Purple in Support of The Purple Parade
We were excited to be a part of The Purple Parade's 10th anniversary this year. Here are some of the activities that took place at the event last month.
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Improving your Child’s Visual Perception Skills
Visual perception skills are needed in daily routines such as reading, dressing and many other activities. Here are some tips to help our children overcome their visual perception challenges.
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Woman Paralysed After a Car Crash Strives to “UNLABEL” People with Disabilities in Public Education…
For the third consecutive year, SPD collaborated with local creative agency Societal to conceptualise the UNLABEL campaign that challenges the public’s preconceived notions about persons with disabilities.
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SPD Celebrates Service Quality and Excellence
We are proud to share that we are recipients of 13 Awards at the Community Care Excellence Awards 2022, and a Commendation Award at the ECDA Awards for Excellence in [...]
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About 130 Golfers Help Raise $283,763 for People with Disabilities at the 7th SPD Charity…
Close to 130 golfers gathered at the Orchid Country Club on 18 November for the SPD Charity Golf 2022, raising $283,763 for persons with disabilities.
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Volunteering at SPD has made me a better person
Our volunteer Ms Deepti Dongre, pens her reflections on her volunteering journey with SPD.
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Planning an Accessible Staycation for Wheelchair Users
Planning for a year-end staycation with your loved one with disability or for yourself? Our former Transition to Employment client Mr Tan Hung Bak and his wife share some tips [...]
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Adopt a positive mindset for positive parenting
For most parents, raising a child can be as taxing as it is rewarding. And for some, their parenting journey could be fraught with even more challenges. Mr Raj, a [...]
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When Caregivers Turn to Violence – The Dark Side of Caregivers’ Stress
When caregiving stress is not managed appropriately, there is a possibility of them escalating into unhelpful behaviours such as violence. Our senior social worker Angela explains why caregivers looking after [...]
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Giving your child a JUMPstart
Jumping is a key skill that requires balance, coordination and body awareness. Our physiotherapist shares some tips to help your child learn jumping skills at home.
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