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Leisure Clubs / Coaching

ARC Social Leisure Club

Connected Communities Services + Young Adult Activities!

Eden Activity Club

Standing In The Gap [social/leadership activities led by autistics; only for adults with low support needs]

SUN CLUB [for adults with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism]

Therapy & Training

Free Online Courses for Singaporeans (Udemy Business)
National Library Board
Autistics can quickly pick up skills on their own for employment. Course certificates can also be shown on LinkedIn.

Aspire Centre for Special Needs (ages 16+)
11 Sam Leong Rd, TRIO Level 2, Singapore 207903
Tel: (65) 6634 8891

The Guild International College
Provides many free courses for teenage and adult disabled people including autistics. Do follow their Facebook Page to get the latest offerings.
318A Tanglin Rd, Phoenix Park Singapore 247979
Tel: (65) 6235 8240
https://www.theguild.edu.sg | https://www.facebook.com/TheGuildInternationalCollege

Creative Earth Art Therapy
Autism and ADHD friendly art therapist
Tel: (65) 8142 9417

Day Activity Centres

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

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

Eden Centre for Adults (Age 12-21)
Blk 426, Hougang Avenue 6, #01-53, Singapore 530426
Blk 351, Clementi Avenue 2 #01-57, Singapore 120351
Tel: (65) 6287 4727 / 6873 0063

MIJ Hub (Age 16-30)
116 Changi Road, #05-01 WIS@Changi, Singapore 419718
Tel: (65) 6974 1017 / 9088 8901

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

Sunlove Abode for Intellectually-Infirmed Ltd
70 Buangkok View, Buangkok Green Medical Park, Singapore 534190
Tel: (65) 6387 3548


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). This includes the Special Needs Savings Scheme (SNSS) that allows parents to set aside a portion of their CPF savings for the long term care of their children.

Vulnerable Adults Bill
The new Act aims to strengthen the role of the family and community. To preserve family relationships, a vulnerable adult’s family members may apply for Court orders that will protect the vulnerable adult from any third party who may cause harm to the vulnerable adult. The Court orders include restraining orders and exclusive occupation orders. Similarly, approved welfare officers, which include social service professionals in community, can apply for these protection orders. Family members who are found suitable may also be appointed by the Court to care for vulnerable adults whose original care arrangement has broken down.

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