About Campaign

ends 31 Mar 2022, 11:59 PM
To a child on the autism spectrum, routines are especially important as it helps them cope with their surroundings. Hazel, who is currently attending Eden Children's Centre, had to learn and incorporate new routines, such as the frequent washing of hands and staying indoors when Circuit Breaker measures were imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Although a chore at first, Hazel and her mother found the silver lining in being able to spend more time with each other.

As Singapore tries its best to adapt to a new normal, Hazel is back at the Centre undergoing an individualised intervention plan to help her set goals and periodically review her progress. With the unwavering support of her family and the dedication of her teachers at the Centre, Hazel has managed to acquire a considerable array of effective practical skills that can aid her on her path toward becoming a more independent girl.

About the Charity

The Autism Association (Singapore) is a Social Service Organisation in Singapore, dedicated to supporting and serving individuals with autism towards maximising their potential, helping them lead meaningful and quality lives in society.

The Association is an independent charity that was formed in August 1992 by a group of parents. In January 1995, it was registered as a charitable organisation under the Charities Act, Singapore.

In July 1997, AA(S) was admitted as a member of the National Council of Social Service. It was also granted the Institutions of a Public Character status, allowing the Association to issue tax-exempt receipts for public donations.


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