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About Us

Rainbow Centre Singapore is a not-for-profit organisation that serves children and young people with a diverse range of moderate to severe developmental needs, including autism and physical, visual and/or hearing disabilities; many have multiple disabilities.

Founded in 1987, Rainbow Centre currently runs two Special Education (SPED) schools for students aged 7-18 years old and two Early Intervention Programme (EIP) centres for children 2 months to 6 years old, at two campuses - Margaret Drive and Yishun Park.

Rainbow Centre also trains special education teachers and caregivers, and provides consultancy for others working with children with special needs through Rainbow Centre Training & Consultancy.

Rainbow Centre is a registered charity with the Registry of Societies and an Institution of a Public Character under the Charities Act.

Our Programmes

Rainbow Centre adopts a holistic developmental curriculum with focus on areas of literacy, functional and developing skills in language and communication, cognition, fine and gross motor, social, emotional and adaptive living skills. Our programmes are carried out by a trans-disciplinary team of special education teachers, therapists and social workers.

We run 2 Early Intervention Programme (EIP) for children ages 2 months to 6 years. EIP is for children with Down syndrome, developmental delay, cerebral palsy or multiple disabilities. Under EIP, Early Structured Teaching for Exceptional Pupils is for children diagnosed with autism.

We also run 2 Special Education programmes for children and youths, ages 7 to 18 years old. Programme for Pupils with Multiple Disorders which may include a combination of intellectual, physical and/or sensory impairments. Structured Teaching for Exceptional Pupils for students with autism, ranging from the high to low support needs.
SUPPORTED CAUSES
  • Children & Youth
  • Disability
  • Education
  • Social Service

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