Day activities centers are a lifeline for parents with children who have special needs.

Those with disabilities need involvement in energizing, motivational activities. You may want to refer to these day activities centers because they encourage their development. Also, parents who need centers which offer stimulating activities may refer to any of the day activities centers on this list. The benefits of day activities include increased socialization and self-confidence. The also provide opportunities to foster a more inclusive society. Each of these centers takes care of the activities and daily needs of special needs children. Some of them Those who offer Day Activities Services are welcome to list them with us. Do navigate to our Contact Us page for more details.

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The Autism Association aims to encourage the treatment and education of individuals with autism, and provides the community with the necessary skills for their management. It runs the Eden School, which organizes day activities for children with…

The Bishan Home for the Intellectually disabled cares for individuals with intellectual challenges. It conducts day care activities in a comfortable family setting.

Run by the Thong Kheng Welfare Services Society, the Blue Cross home attends to adults with disabilities. Its aim is to provide them with the best care possible. It runs residential and day services for individuals with disabilities.

Formerly the Spastic Children’s Association of Singapore, the Cerebral Palsy Alliance provides persons with multiple disabilities with special education, rehabilitation services, and special education. It runs day care services.

Christian Outreach to the Handicapped aspires to provide acceptance and hope to individuals with disabilities. The nurtures them in the spirit of God’s love. It provides day care services to children and adults between the ages of 15 and 55.

Christian Outreach to the Handicapped aspires to provide acceptance and hope to individuals with disabilities. The nurtures them in the spirit of God’s love. It provides day care services to children and adults between the ages of 15 and 55.

Run by the Autism Association of Singapore, the Eden Centre for Adults aims to encourage inclusive environments for individuals with special needs The centre conducts activities for young and older adults.

Run by the Autism Association of Singapore, the Eden Children’s Centre opens its doors to children on the autism spectrum. It runs day care services with the objective of helping each child reach his or her full potential.

Run by the Autism Association of Singapore, the Eden Children’s Centre opens its doors to children on the autism spectrum. It runs day care services with the objective of helping each child reach his or her full potential.

The Eden School caters to children with autism and teaches them essential life skills. It aims to foster independent living. The school-based, day care activities center welcomes them.