The Differently-Abled
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Visually Impaired Calligrapher and Painter, Wesley Seah, Gains A Vision Through Art
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Wesley lost his vision due to a rare condition of glaucoma. Now, he finds joy in Chinese ink calligraphy.

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Arts@Metta Artisans With Disabilities Overcomes Challenges To Create Beautiful Batik Artwork
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It was not easy for Chee Meng and Jozie, SPD artisans, to learn batik painting but they are now confident of doing awesome pieces.

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SPD Bookbinder With Polio, Empowered with Independence
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Her job as a bookbinder at SPD empowered Tan Lily, diagnosed with polio, to be independent.

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I Am Empowered By Sign Language
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Our co-founder, Jorena is born deaf and learning sign language has made a huge difference to her life.

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Selfless Special-Needs Educator Shares Her Keen Insights On The Special-Needs Space
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Esther Kwan, a special-needs educator, believes that teaching is about people, investing in lives, from students to parents to fellow teachers and colleagues.

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An Enthusiastic Special Education Teacher Who is Dedicated to Helping Her Students
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Sharifah, a special education teacher at Rainbow Centre, is always looking for different and creative ways to help her students for the best learning outcomes.

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A Visually-Impaired Father’s Heart
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Halimi, a visually impaired father, lost his eyesight after having undergone 13 operations for his brain tumour and is now a happy father with a caring ...

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JTMuses Mentors Special Needs Students In Arts
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Joyce Tan, founder of JTMuses and the Muse Project, is an self-taught artists and mentors differently-abled students to develop their artistic talents.

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Father of an Autistic Son: Building an Inclusive Society Starts at Home
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Being a father of a son with Autism Spectrum Disorder is not easy - but like every storm that comes, a rainbow will emerge. Read more to hear what Bob has to ...

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A Deaf Supermum and Enjoying Motherhood with 2 Daughters
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Jarn May is a deaf supermum of 2 daughters, juggling the different roles of being a co-breadwinner, wife and mom.

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Life As A Resourceful Mum Of A Differently-Abled Child
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Wei Shi is a mother of a visually-impaired son, Elliot and is helping him in his development through available resources that she can find.

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Flour Power Makes It Possible For People With Special Needs To Bake Tasty Cookies
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Flour Power is a bakery that trains people with special needs in baking and other occupational skills.

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