News & Media

News & Media

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May 20

Limited re-opening of SADeaf Office

With Singapore entering Phase 2 from 19 June 2020, SADeaf will continue our limited re-opening operations. In line with government...
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28

May 20

Online Peer Tutoring

In collaboration with SADeaf, Project Hear Me Out - led by a group of students from Hwa Chong Institute, will...
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25

May 20

The Fortitude Budget

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Heng Swee Keat will unveil the Fortitude Budget on 26 May at 3.30pm....
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25

May 20

Executive Director’s Challenge

Help us Make A Difference to the Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing and Deafblind Community Warmest greetings from The Singapore Association for the...
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Easing of Circuit Breaker Measures

5

May 20

Easing of Circuit Breaker Measures

The Circuit Breaker measures will be gradually eased from 5 May, paving the way for certain businesses to resume operations....
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30

Apr 20

May Day Message – Sign language interpretation ‘live’ broadcast on MediaCorp Channel 5.

30 April 2020 - Tonight's May Day message is the first to have real-time sign language interpreters allowed on Channel...
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Home - SgSL (Deaf Education Department)

29

Apr 20

Home – By SADeaf’s Deaf Education Department, in Singapore Sign Language

We know what "Home" sounds like. But what does it look like?Enjoy this lovely, unique and heartfelt version of the...
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29

Apr 20

Interview with CAPITAL 95.8

Capital 95.8FM will be doing an interview with Mr. Lai Siu Fai, SADeaf's Senior Audiology Manager. Date: 1 May 2020,...
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Extension of Circuit Breaker

23

Apr 20

Extension of Circuit Breaker till 1 June

On 21 April 2020, our Prime Minister announced even tighter measures and updates during the Circuit Breaker period. Please watch...
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4

Jul 19

Art started as a refuge to cope with deafness for award winner but led to stellar career

By LAUREN ONG Extracted from TODAY dated 8th July 2019 SINGAPORE — When Ms Chen Ziyue was in school, she sought...
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13

Jun 19

Coach’s use of sign language and technology helps deaf bowlers win

Extracted from the Today paper dated 13 June 2019 at https://www.tnp.sg/sports/others/coachs-use-sign-language-and-technology-helps-deaf-bowlers-win Coach Liew's use of video technology and sign language...
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8

Jun 19

Patients reluctant to use hearing aids, unaware of ink between hearing loss and dementia

Extracted from the Straits Times dated 18th June 2019 SINGAPORE - Mr Doraisamy Pillay brushed off his wife's concerns when...
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12

May 19

Harvard Law School’s first deaf-blind graduate says disability is an opportunity for innovation

Extracted from the Straits Times dated 12 May 2019 Wong Kim Hoh - Senior Writer Haben Girma, the first deaf-blind...
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27

Mar 19

Full 4-part Documentary by Channel NewsAsia

Here is extracted from the Channel NewsAsia. Four hard-of-hearing individuals – a boy going for ear surgery, a teenage athlete...
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22

Mar 19

A sign language performance of Gretel & Hansel is on 23 March 2019

Gretel and our friend from The Singapore Association for the Deaf has a message for you! We'll be joined by two sign...
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21

Mar 19

Interview with Teo Zhi Xiong – Seasoned and Committed Staff Interpreter

A passionate and experienced sign language interpreter, Teo Zhi Xiong shares his journey in SADeaf with Digital Senior.
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15

Mar 19

Making Singapore theatre accessible for different audiences

SINGAPORE - Thirty minutes before each show of the ongoing production Not In My Lifetime?, ticketholders are invited to a...
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25

Feb 19

New resources for students with hearing loss in Beatty Secondary School

Extracted from the Straits Times dated 22 February 2019. SINGAPORE - More help is at hand for Beatty Secondary School...
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19

Feb 19

Special needs teacher grateful for healthcare benefits

Ms Barbara D'Cotta, a special needs teachers from SADeaf is featured during the Budget Speech. Find out about her story...
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