Autism Resource Centre (Singapore)
Started by volunteers, ARC(S) aims to highlight the needs of individuals with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and provide a spectrum of services that helps them maximise their fullest potential and lead meaningful lives in society.
ARC(S) offers a range of services, including Assessment and Diagnosis, Information, Direct Therapy and Education Support, and Training of Professionals and Caregivers.
ARC(S) also started Pathlight School, the first autism school in Singapore. It offers life skills and mainstream academics for its students. WeCAN, its training arm, is the biggest autism training provider in Asia.
- She's one for the underdogs - Today News, 24 MAR 06
- Volunteer Denise Phua one of new PAP candidates - Channel News Asia, 23 MAR 06
- Starbucks opens new shop in Singapore to teach autistic children skills - Xinhuanet, 19 JAN 06
- Volunteer taps her corporate experience - Business Times, 19 AUG 05
- He's not an oddball, he's just different - Sunday Times, 24 NOV 02
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