Causes Week 2017: Single mum of 4 just wants her kids to have skills to secure jobsWe salute Madam Samsiah Halil for her tenacity & grit in raising 4 children, including 2 who are Deaf
Millennials, redefined: Meet Generation GritMillennials, redefined: Meet Generation Grit
The deaf community sees red over signsThe deaf community sees red over signs
Overcoming Their Disabilities with TechnologyFreelance software developer, Mr Joseph Chua De Bao from the Deaf Community
MOE expands education fund to better cater to students with disabilities in poly, ITEStudents with severe hearing loss who are pursuing their studies at polytechnics and the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) can now each receive up to $70,000 over the course of their studies, to buy assistive technology devices and support services, such as note-taking and sign language interpretation.
Mayflower Primary to take in deaf pupilsSADeaf will send 2 specialised teachers and an educational sign interpreter to Mayflower Primary School
Singapore School for the Deaf to close due to dwindling enrolmentA new chapter is about to begin
Device for deaf people wins design contestKudos to the graduates from the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) for their invention!
Extraordinary People: In a life of limitations, frustration slowly turns into determinationLet's us meet an Extraordinary Family - The Seng Family
Order in sign language at this inclusive cafeThank you Puzzles SG cafe for creating public awareness of our Deaf & Hard-of-hearing community.
Arts groups are stepping up efforts to enhance their programmes to embrace artists and audiences with special needsTalents from our Deaf & Hard-of-hearing community ... Deaf Percussionist Ms Lily Goh Award-winning Deaf actor & theatre-maker Mr Ramesh Mayyappan Deaf pianist Dr Azariah Tan Drop the labels, recognise the work
Story Carnival to promote acceptance and inclusivityTalent from our Deaf & Hard-of-hearing community
Yale-NUS taking in record 248 studentsIt is mentioned that learning sign language is a way of communicating with the deaf community
Bowled over by S’pore’s first Deaflympic medalsDeaf Bowlers won Deaflympics medals
Bowling: All in the family as Naomi Yokoyama wins 2017 Deaflympics women's masters gold medalCongratulations to our Deaf female bowlers for their stellar performance at the Deaflympics!
Volunteering 'worth the effort to touch someone's life'Talent from our Deaf & Hard-of-hearing community – Ms See Hai Shu
Sign Language Interpreter Encourages Interaction with the Deaf CommunitySign Language Interpreter Encourages Interaction with the Deaf Community
22 people with disabilities among those awarded SkillsFuture Study AwardsExtend our heartiest congratulations to all the recipients (including awardees from our Deaf & Hard-of-hearing community) of the SkillsFuture Study Awards
Quietly supplying fun to Singapore’s kids for 17 yearsQuietly supplying fun to Singapore’s kids for 17 years
The book entitled "Mommy, Can You Hear Me" (sponsored by Marina Bay Sands as part of corporate social responsibility programme) was officially launched yesterday @ SADeafBook tells the story of living with deaf parents
SADeaf welcomes the plan by MSF Singapore to find out the number of persons with disabilities and the type of disabilities they have the planCensus to help target disability services
Bridging the gap between arts and disabilityDeaf Talent from our Community
Hearing-impaired pianist wins $10,000 NUS grantTalented pianist from our Deaf & Hard-of-hearing community
Deaf doctor ready to lend an ear to patientsTalent from the Deaf and Hard-of-hearing community
Dedicated son, model studentA deaf mother is proud of a dedicated son, model student
Former ITE boy pursues dream at NUS with scholarshipFormer ITE boy pursues dream at NUS with scholarship
Building bridges with sign languageBuilding bridges with sign language
No specific job for deaf people'No specific job' for deaf people
The Hosting of Asian EventSingapore hosts Asia Event for those who are deaf
First Primary SchoolFirst Primary School for those who are deaf opens in 2018
Hearing-impaired pianistHearing-impaired pianist hears the music in his mind
Deaf but not defeatedSTRAITS TIMES REPORT ON SSD ALUMNI!
Color coded ordering system @ MVS CafeSTRAITS TIMES REPORT ON MVS Cafe
Award for 3 students with disabilitiesSTRAITS TIMES REPORT ON SCHOLARSHIP AWARDEE WHO IS OUR SADeaf CLIENT
Sign language videos with GE terms to aid votersSTRAITS TIMES REPORT ON SADeaf's ACCESSIBILITY EFFORTS FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION!
The girl with something specialSUNDAY TIMES FEATURE ON ISABELLE LIM
National Deaf Games’ Futsal CompetitionSPECIAL REPORT BY RED SPORTS
Deaf and hearing volunteers pair up to clean part of Geylang RiverOUR YOUTHBEAT GROUP IN THE NEWS!
Friends thought I was a snob: Man with single-sided deafnessREAD ON FOR THE STORY
Can't hear, but NUS graduate has music degreeALL ABOUT AZARIAH TAN
Don't shrug off sign language, say groupsREAD THE MYPAPER REPORT
No labels, pleaseREAD MORE ABOUT RAMESH MEYYAPPAN!
Bowling talent strikes out in new schoolREAD ON ABOUT KIMBERLY QUEK
Her lip-reading skills speak volumesAN INTERVIEW WITH GINNY ONG
He lets his art do the talkingFIND OUT MORE ABOUT ISAAC LIANG!
He helps world hear the deafFEATURING SENIOR STAFF TERP ZACH TAY
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.
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!
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.
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.