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Moderator Tris
Oct 13, 2017

Useful enrichment classes

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Edited: Oct 16, 2017

1. Dental

Since 2006, dentist Dr Leonard Lim has been dedicating every Friday of the week to volunteer at AWWA School. He faithfully spends his Fridays providing dental services to students from morning and afternoon sessions.  Website: https://www.awwa.org.sg/stories/dr-leonard-lim-volunteers-every-friday/ Contact: +65 6511 5280

Email: contactus@awwa.org.sg

Location: 11, Lorong Napiri, Singapore 547532

 

Dr Ng Jing Jing @ Petite Smiles

Website: https://www.petitesmiles.sg/ | http://novenamedicalcenter.com/our-doctors/dr-ng-jing-jing/

Contact: +65 6250 8669

Email: info@petitesmiles.sg

Location: Novena Medical Centre, 10 Sinaran Drive, #11-18, Singapore 307506

 

2. Art lessons

Very Special Arts (VSA) help people with disabilities, creating opportunities for their artistic talent to shine. Provides various art-related courses catered to them. Some courses include Visual Arts, Literary Art and Performing Arts. All students, even with basic level of abilities are welcomed. Performing Arts include Creative Dance Course, Speech and Drama Course, Percussion Course, Violin Course, Piano Course, Ukulele Course. Website: http://www.vsa.org.sg/courses/

Contact: +65 6448 6275 (Bedok) +65 6604 9431 (Changi)

Email: general@vsa.org.sg

Location: 133 Bedok North Avenue 3 #01-138 Singapore 460133 | 5 Changi Business Park Central 1 #03-01 Changi City Point, Singapore 486038

3. Art therapy 

At Asher-Solomon Centre for Development, Psychotherapist Sandra Versele, uses art and sand play to facilitate expression, healing and problem solving in her clients. There is a strong link between the creative arts and healing. In art therapy, healing begins through creation. The art psychotherapist is there to help the child think about what their creations might mean to them and how they might move forward with their difficulties based on these discussions. Website: http://ashersolomon.sg/our-services/art-sand-play-therapy/

Contact: +65 6715 5386

Location: Level 4, 1208 Upper Boon Keng Road, Singapore, 387312

 

4. Art Psychotherapy

Coloured Canvas offers art psychotherapy for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder, learning differences, developmental issues and psycho-emotional needs ranging from anxiety, depression, low-self esteem, aggression, social skills problems and others. Website: http://www.colouredcanvas.net/

Contact: +65 97694990

 

5. Sports

The Quantam customises programmes for individuals with special needs. Includes swimming, football and athletics.

Website: https://www.thequantum.sg/

Contact: +65 8750 2928

Email: info@thequantum.sg

Location: 2 Havelock Road, Singapore 059763

 

6. Swim

Michael Soong

MOE register CCA coach, Pre-school Swim teacher, Life saving teacher, Special needs education swim coach, First aided trained and registered, NROC level 1, SSTA IFSTA teacher

Website: https://www.facebook.com/sgmikeswim/

Contact: +65 9068 6871

Email: mikeswim@ymail.com

Location: Mikeswim, 301, Singapore 319392

 

7. Soccer

Singapore Pro Soccer Academy

Integrates mainstream youths and special needs youths to play soccer together. The training methodology tackles individual real player development issues and provides relevant coaching programs to aid all outcomes. The academy caters to students of all playing levels, from the beginner to the nurturing of talents for a potential career in professional soccer.

Join the Soccer WhatsApp group to find out more or sign up: https://chat.whatsapp.com/AIb3KUKjkhIGjCUNYf06S2

Website: http://www.spsa.sg

Contact: +65 6592 4714

Email: sgprosoccer@gmail.com

Location: Singapore Pro Soccer Academy, 10 Seng Poh Road, Singapore 168895

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