How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$33 will help purchase a customised spoon for a child to feed independently. Thank you for donating!
$55 will help defray a month of transportation cost for a child to go to school. Thank you for donating!
$88 will help bring an adult with severe disabilities to the outdoors. Thank you for donating!
$150 will help purchase a basic Assistive Communication Device for a non-verbal child. Thank you for donating!
Every donation matters! Your donation will go a long way in supporting our programs. Thank you for donating!
Your regular donations can help us to maintain a source of funds to keep the programs running. Thank you for donating!
Currently, CPAS serves children and adults with cerebral palsy and multiple disabilities. Our fully-integrated programmes and services cater to the developmental needs of persons with the condition and maximise their functional independence at every stage of life.
2) At CPAS Special School, we offer the SPED Curriculum, as recommended by the Ministry of Education. In this curriculum, students pursue learning outcomes in three areas:Living,Learning,Working
3) Goodwill, Rehabilitation and Occupational Workshop (GROW) is a sheltered workshop that provides vocational training and sheltered employment for adults aged 16 years old and above with Cerebral Palsy and other associated disability conditions.
4) Day Activity Centre (DAC) provides care and skills training to persons with Cerebral Palsy and other associated physical disabilities, aged 16 to 55 years, who are not suitable for sheltered employment or whose family members are unable to take care of them during the day.
Our Wish List
CPAS requires toys for use in our centre, during lessons or for therapy sessions. Cause-and-effect toys (i.e. toys that will emit sounds, lights or pop up upon the child interacting with the toy)
We request for IKEA Gift cards/ Courts Vouchers to be disbursed to lower income beneficiaries and their families.
This will help them to purchase household appliances or furniture for their worn off or damaged appliances or furniture. (e.g. Bedbug Infestation)
We also note that our lower income families tend to collect or take in second hand furniture thrown at their void decks/ refuse areas, which contribute to potential bedbug infestation or health issues.
*Note: We cannot accept large furniture as we are not able to arrange for transport to the beneficiaries.