The Singapore Association for the Deaf is a
member of the National Council of Social Service and
is supported by Ministry of Social and Family
Development (MSF) and Ministry of Education (MOE).
It is also affiliated to the World Federation of the
Deaf (WFD) and Children Charities' Association (CCA).
To assist the Deaf to achieve a better quality
of life and to enable them to integrate and
contribute to society.
An Announcement from Japan Society for Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities (JSRPD)
The Executive Committee for the Duskin Leadership Training in Japan will host the 17th Duskin Leadership Training in Japan : A Program for Persons with Disabilities in Asia and the Pacific (2015-2016). It calls for application..
This training programme offers the opportunity for the young persons with disabilities to learn about the welfare and services in Japan and obtain knowledge and skills to develop their leadership to serve their community. It takes 10 months to complete this program. It is fully sponsored by the Duskin AINOWA Foundation.
If you are a person with disability(s) age between 18 and 29 determined to serve your community, you grasp this good opportunity to apply for it at www.normanet.ne.jp/~duskin
The deadline for the submission of the application is 8 August 2014. .
With the recent announcement made by the Government with regards to the Special Education Needs (SEN) Fund, I’m sure you will be excited to know how you can utilize it.
Look no further. The Singapore Association for the Deaf has rolled out 2 services which you can make use of the SEN Fund to support your learning.
Check out the poster (Poster A & Poster B) for a better understanding on how you can tap on the resources. Do not hesitate to contact our Interpretation Coordinator, Nadzirah @ email@example.com for enquiry.
Do spread this wonderful news to your friends as well!
Come 03 March 2014, we are launching CabRewards Programme for Loyalty
customers. Under our CabRewards Programme, passengers who go cashless
will be given cabpoints which can be redeemed for gifts such as our
taxi vouchers. For passengers who pay by cash, they can participate in
the CabRewards lucky draw.
be our CabRewards member, passengers have to register their EZ link
cards, which serves as a membership
card for our programme. On the taxi, passenger just
need to tap their EZ link card on our payment terminal at the end of
their journey to gain cabpoints and/or lucky draw chances. (this is just like your Passion, Watson , NTUC cards ) tap at the
counter before payment )
Passengers can register their EZlink cards at the CabRewards Portal : http://cabrewards.cdgtaxi.com.sg to get 500 bonus cabpoints instantly.
Each CabRewards account can have up to two (2) EZ link cards.
Every $1 of cashless payments get 1 cabpoint. For a start, EZ link
paying customers will get double points.
addition, we also introduce e-Receipt to our commuters. It
offers the convenience of paperless receipt, making it simple for our
commuters to keep track of their trips. It also saves time because
after every trip, commuters will get a receipt emailed to them within
minutes after they alighted. Commuters can print and store the receipt
at their convenience for easy record keeping and reimbursement of
Please do forward to your family and friends. Do get them to register
, you never know when you are really lucky.
SADeaf is operating
the night office to serve you better. We will open every
Wednesday from 5:30 pm till 10:00 pm.
Convention on Rights of
Persons with Disabilities- click
WFD's Convention on
the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Singapore signed the United Convention on the Rights of
Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) on 30 Nov 2012.
NCSS launched an UNCRPD
publicity campaign titled "We are
ABLE! Enhancing Possibilities, Celebrating Abilities"
on 22 Mar 2013. This campaign aims to increase awareness of
the UNCRPD and the abilities of persons with disabilities
You are strongly encouraged to pledge your
action for Persons with Disabilities
Announcement of the 26th WFD RSA Representatives Meeting at Macau in 2014 - Click
Congratulations to Ms Lily Goh,
a Deaf registered client with the Singapore
Association for the Deaf for being a winner of
Singapore Woman Award 2014 - Click
Bowling talent Kimberly Quek
will not let hearing disability stop her from excelling in
sports and studies - Click
Here ----------------------------------- Our deaf client, Isaac Liang, has been featured in The New Paper
Sunday Edition on 2 March 2014.
- Click here.