Autism Association (Singapore)

Autism Association (Singapore) is a Social Service Organisation dedicated to caring for people with autism. The Association manages a suite of programmes and services under the Eden brand portfolio. These include early intervention programmes for young children with autism; managing an autism-specific school; services for adults with autism; and providing support to families with a member with autism. The profile of their students and adult clients leans towards moderate to severe autism. AA(S) programmes and services aim to impart life-skills to maximise the potential of persons with autism to lead dignified, independent, meaningful and quality lives in society.



 

AWWA Ltd

AWWA is a social service organisation, serving over 10,000 of the disadvantaged across life stages. Services include early intervention for pre-schoolers, education and disability support for children with special needs, assistance to low income families, caregivers, and health and social assistance for vulnerable seniors. AWWA is Singapore-based, with an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) status.

 


 

Rainbow Centre

At Rainbow Centre, we envision a world where persons with disabilities are empowered and thriving in inclusive communities. We work with our partners to create opportunities for persons with disabilities to make the most of their abilities and participate meaningfully in society. Through practical education, meaningful support and effective training programmes, we strive to increase the quality of life for them and their families.



 

St Andrew's Autism Centre

St. Andrew’s Autism Centre (SAAC) is a non-profit, an integrated centre for the education, training, and care of persons with autism and their families.

A service of St. Andrew's Mission Hospital (SAMH), SAAC operates a special school for children and youths with autism from seven to 18 years old, and a Day Activity Centre (DAC) for adults aged 19 years and beyond.

In 2015, the Ministry of Social and Family Development appointed SAAC to co-develop and operate a home for adults with autism. Located at Compassvale Bow, St. Andrew’s Adult Home (Sengkang) [SAAH (Sengkang)] will ready by end 2018. It will be Singapore’s first residential facility designed and built to meet the needs of adults with autism. SAAC also supports and equips families and caregivers with members with autism with knowledge and skills through a range of family services, including parent support and networking. SAAC engages in public education, advocacy and community outreach with the vision for an inclusive society.