Adult Autism Support Singapore Directory

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Day Activity Centres

Eden Centre for Adults (Age: 12-21)
Blk 426, Hougang Avenue 6, #01-53, Singapore 530426
Tel: (65) 6287 4727

Bishan Home for the Intellectually Disabled
6 Bishan Street 13, Singapore 579798
Tel: (65) 6353 3515

Christian Outreach to the Handicapped
Block 414, Tampines Street 41, #01-301, Singapore 520414
Tel: (65) 6787 3200

Emmanuel Activity Centre (Age: 12+)
414 Tampines Street 41, #01-301, Singapore 520414
Tel: (65) 6787 3200

St Andrew's Autism Centre DAC (Age: 19-55)
1 Elliot Road, Singapore 458686
Tel: (65) 6517 3800

Sunlove Abode for Intellectually-Infirmed Ltd
461 Lorong Buang Kok, Trafalgar Units
Tel: (65) 6483 1191

Employment & Jobs

Employability & Employment Centre (E2C)
People with autism can be valuable members of the work force. They can be hardworking, reliable and productive. The goal of the E2C is to provide the necessary job training and support to enable the person with autism to perform optimally in the workforce.

Open Door Job Portal
This is a non-profit organisation assisting people with disabilities find jobs by SG Enable.

BizLink Employment Placement Services (Age: 16+)
Helps Singaporeans and Singapore PRs with disabilities to find jobs in the open market.

Handicaps Welfare Association
Aims to Equip people with disabilities with relevant vocational knowledge and skills and Enhance and Enable them to be confident and competent for employment.

Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore
Helps Singaporeans and Singapore PRs with intellectual disabilities to find jobs in the open market.

Onesimus Ministry
Has a farm which hires autistic people; provides counselling support and therapy | News Article

Shoulders Support Group
The Job Vacancies Forum provides a list of jobs or employers willing to consider applicants with ASD

Social Enterprises Association
Provides a listing of employers who are willing to consider applicants with special needs. Look under "SE Directory".

Trust Funds

Special Needs Savings Scheme (SNSS)
Allows parents to set aside a portion of their CPF savings for the long term care of their Children with Special Needs. It will be implemented in early 2012.

Special Needs Trust Company (SNTC)
SNTC is the only non-profit trust company in Singapore set up to provide trust services for the benefit of persons with special needs. It is jointly supported by the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) and National Council of Social Service (NCSS).

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