Media Coverage

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Singapore School for the Deaf to close due to dwindling enrolment

A new chapter is about to begin
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Extraordinary People: In a life of limitations, frustration slowly turns into determination

Let's us meet an Extraordinary Family - The Seng Family
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Story Carnival to promote acceptance and inclusivity

Talent from our Deaf & Hard-of-hearing community
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Bowled over by S’pore’s first Deaflympic medals

Deaf Bowlers won Deaflympics medals
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Bowling: All in the family as Naomi Yokoyama wins 2017 Deaflympics women's masters gold medal

Congratulations to our Deaf female bowlers for their stellar performance at the Deaflympics!
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Volunteering 'worth the effort to touch someone's life'

Talent from our Deaf & Hard-of-hearing community – Ms See Hai Shu
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Sign Language Interpreter Encourages Interaction with the Deaf Community

Sign Language Interpreter Encourages Interaction with the Deaf Community
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Quietly supplying fun to Singapore’s kids for 17 years

Quietly supplying fun to Singapore’s kids for 17 years
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The book entitled "Mommy, Can You Hear Me" (sponsored by Marina Bay Sands as part of corporate social responsibility programme) was officially launched yesterday @ SADeaf

Book tells the story of living with deaf parents
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SADeaf welcomes the plan by MSF Singapore to find out the number of persons with disabilities and the type of disabilities they have the plan

Census to help target disability services
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Bridging the gap between arts and disability

Deaf Talent from our Community
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Hearing-impaired pianist wins $10,000 NUS grant

Talented pianist from our Deaf & Hard-of-hearing community
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Deaf doctor ready to lend an ear to patients

Talent from the Deaf and Hard-of-hearing community
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Former ITE boy pursues dream at NUS with scholarship

Former ITE boy pursues dream at NUS with scholarship
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Building bridges with sign language

Building bridges with sign language
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No specific job for deaf people

'No specific job' for deaf people
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Deaf but not defeated

STRAITS TIMES REPORT ON SSD ALUMNI!
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Color coded ordering system @ MVS Cafe

STRAITS TIMES REPORT ON MVS Cafe
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The girl with something special

SUNDAY TIMES FEATURE ON ISABELLE LIM
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National Deaf Games’ Futsal Competition

SPECIAL REPORT BY RED SPORTS
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The 1st National Deaf Games kicks off with the help of our Deputy Prime Minister

CHECK OUT THE REPORT BY CNA
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Deaf workers have thrived in diverse fields

READ THE ST FORUM LETTER BY SADeaf
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Deaf and hearing volunteers pair up to clean part of Geylang River

OUR YOUTHBEAT GROUP IN THE NEWS!
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Friends thought I was a snob: Man with single-sided deafness

READ ON FOR THE STORY
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Case for dual approach in education of deaf kids

READ ST FORUM LETTER BY SADeaf
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Can't hear, but NUS graduate has music degree

ALL ABOUT AZARIAH TAN
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Don't shrug off sign language, say groups

READ THE MYPAPER REPORT
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Bowling talent strikes out in new school

READ ON ABOUT KIMBERLY QUEK
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Her lip-reading skills speak volumes

AN INTERVIEW WITH GINNY ONG
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He lets his art do the talking

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT ISAAC LIANG!
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He helps world hear the deaf

FEATURING SENIOR STAFF TERP ZACH TAY

News

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Free admission to Gardens by the Bay’s two conservatories

Enjoy free admission to Gardens by the Bay’s two conservatories – Flower Dome and Cloud Forest! This applies to SADeaf clients who have the SG-Enable issued Concession card for persons with disabilities. (If you are a SADeaf client and do not have this card, please email our Social Work Assistant to find out how to obtain it.)

 

Up to two accompanying caregivers or minders will enjoy a 50% discount on admission.

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Emergency SMS for the Deaf and hard of hearing

People who are deaf, hard of hearing or who have a speech impairment can SMS 70995 in case of emergency. Find out more at this link!

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Transport Concession Scheme for Persons with Disabilities

Launched in July 2014, this concession card is for persons with disabilities that offers concessionary rates for travel on public transport. Find out more at SG Enable page.

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Special Education Needs (SEN) Fund

Find out more about the SEN Fund via this press release by MOE. You can approach your school’s Disability Support Office (DSO) on campus or contact our ISS department via email.

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Free Admission to WRS Parks!

Registered SADeaf clients with a Hearing Help Card can enjoy free entry to the following Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) parks – Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari and Singapore Zoo! Complimentary admission to all four parks is valid every day (including weekends and public holidays). Tram and boat rides are not included in complimentary admission, and will need to be purchased separately, at the prevailing rates. The only exception is Night Safari, where the tram ride is included in the admission.