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Purple Parade 2020

Purple Parade 2020

ABOUT THE PURPLE PARADE The Purple Parade is a movement to support inclusion and celebrate abilities of People with Disabilities in Singapore. It is the largest ground-up initiative started by passionate Special Needs organisations and groups and supported by the...

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Decommissioning of Emergency SMS ‘70999’

Decommissioning of Emergency SMS ‘70999’

Decommissioning of Emergency SMS ‘70999’.

>Emergency SMS Helpline service ‘70999’ (SPF) will stop on 1 Oct 2020.

Please use the number ‘71999’ (SPF) and ‘70995’ (SCDF) instead. No registration is needed, these numbers are to be used only in emergencies.

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Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) courses for SADeaf clients

Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) courses for SADeaf clients

SADeaf is pleased to offer Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) courses for clients and caregivers/families.  Course subsidy is available for clients and caregivers/families who need it subject to means testing.  Who are eligible?  SADeaf clients and their...

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SADeaf Annual Report 2019/2020

SADeaf Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2020For SADeaf members attending the AGM, you can: Download the Annual Report 2019/2020 in PDF Format An explanation of what a “proxy form” is in Singapore Sign Language...

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Deafinitely Durian 2020

Deafinitely Durian 2020

Order Now! Our annual event, the “Deafinitely Durian” event goes online! Help us raise funds for the Deaf, Hard-of-hearing and Deafblind community in Singapore. Option 1: Mao Shan Wang Durian  ($260 – *Delivery Included) Each packet contains 1kg of Mao Shan Wang...

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National Day 2020 – Learn the anthem & Pledge in SgSL

National Day 2020 – Learn the anthem & Pledge in SgSL

Learn the National Anthem and Singapore Pledge in Singapore Sign Language! The Singapore Pledge The National Anthem Join the Anthem Moment and Pledge Moment of NDP2020. Find out more about the Anthem Moment and Pledge Moment by clicking the...

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SgSL for Political Parties in Singapore

SgSL for Political Parties in Singapore

Having a common and widely accepted sign vocabulary is important in promoting discourse and equal participation. Headed by SADeaf’s Sign Language Instructors sub-committee and Deaf Access Service department, we are pleased to present suggestions on how the names of...

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