Fun is the best way to instill learning. Children with unique needs, like others, benefit from recreational activities. These organizations provide opportunities for them to pursue their interests.

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The Able Aquatic School sums up its belief in the words,’Always Believe In Lifelong Exercise.’ It knows that swimming is an asset, and aims to impart the skill to children with unique needs. It focuses its lessons on life skills and…

The Central Development Council (CDC) serves the 975500 residents living in central Singapore. It reaches out to all sectors of society with cultural, environmental, and healthy lifestyle activities.  It also centers on individuals with special…

The Happy Fish Swim School provides swimming lessons to people of all ages.  It aims to instill confidence and swimming skill sets to all individuals, including those with exceptional needs. The school seeks to help non-swimmers fight their fears of…

Learn Swimming Singapore believes that all children, including those with special needs, should develop swimming skills.  Swimming techniques save lives.This philosophy pertains to children with disabilities as well. The school conducts swimming…

Little Heartstrings, founded in 2008, is a group of children dedicated to playing the violin. Its purpose is to bring joy to the less fortunate through music. These kids, of different backgrounds, fall between the ages of 5 and 14. It has played for…

Liz Barrat runs an educational and behavior support consultancy for children with exceptional needs. She provides educational support, social skills lessons and behavioral management tips for parents.

The Olive Tree Development Centre focuses on the developmental demands of special needs children.  Children who enjoy music will want to approach this center, which offers music therapy sessions. Occupational and Educational therapy are available…