Please read this note first if you are an academic, student or educational institution which seeks to engage us in a community service project or research proposal.



General Queries

For your queries, feedback or requests, please drop us an email at


Phone: (65) 6344 8274
Fax: (65) 6345 7706



For Media Request and Interview,


If you are from a company/organisation which wishes to work with us on fundraising projects or seek partnerships, please email the Manager, Fundraising and Volunteer Management.



Executive Director
Sylvia Teng



Senior Admin & Finance Manager

John Chan


IT & Facilities Manager
Neo Hock Sik [Deaf] 


Accounts Executive
Danny Ng [Deaf]



James Ong [Deaf]


Deaf Access Officers
Moses Chan [Deaf]
Vanessa Neo [Deaf]


Senior Interpreters
Claudine Chan
Zach Tay


Chan Shimei
Siti Rohanna Binte Omar
Nur Amirah Binte Osman
Teo Zhi Xiong


Yeo Wei Yong
Koh Xin Yue


Communication Support Coordinator
Khairiyah Hussin



Audiological Manager
Lai Siu Fai

6344 8274 ext 19
9843 5738



Manager, Fundraising and Volunteer Management

Tan Li Zhen



Senior Social Worker
Kelvin Tan


Job Support Manager
Wong Ai Ling [Deaf]


Case Manager
Alexis Chok

Tina Li Dunrui


Executive, Programme
Ser Wee Tak [Deaf]


Executive, Community Services
Elizabeth Khoo [Deaf]


Social Work Assistant
Candice Kee



Case Managers
Tina Han
Abdul Halim


Itinerant Executives
Agnes Koh
Sim Yen Cheng

Manel Ranjani Fernando


Senior Speech and Language Therapist cum Audiologist
Sunil Kumar


Programme Assistant

Toh Kai Hong



Ernest Toh


Vice-Principal, Mountbatten Vocational School
Christine Khor





A Note on Proposals for Research and Community Service Projects


Every year, SADeaf receives dozens of requests from schools and organisations to take part in research projects, surveys and interviews, as well as collaborations in community service projects.


As far as possible, we try to accommodate these requests – we appreciate your heart and thoughtfulness for the Deaf and hard-of-hearing community. Thank you very much.


But as SADeaf has limited manpower and resources, we are unable to participate in every project or agree to every interview request. Instead, we will prioritise such requests.


To improve your chances of being granted an interview or being accepted by us as a partner in your community or research projects, you may want to take note of the following tips.


+ Make a good impression by showing us you have put in time, thought and effort in checking us out even before writing in. How? By doing some background research on SADeaf – our organisation, our mission, our services and even on whom to contact. All these information are available on our website


+ Come up with a specific and detailed plan/idea in mind. Then write up a proposal based on these – state clearly the outline, scope and aims. Vague queries such as “How can we help the deaf?” or project goals such as “We wish to improve the lives of the hard of hearing” are not helpful.


In other words, we are not able to plan your project for you – this is something you have to figure out yourself. (Unless, of course, you are asking how and in what areas we need help in, in which case, do consider joining us as a volunteer!)


We look forward to working with you.



Once again, thank you.