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Care for Yourself to Better Care for Others

Caring for a vulnerable family member — can be long and demanding journey, and the stress that comes with it can take a serious toll on a caregiver’s health — especially if there ...

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  • Video Conferencing for Persons with Disabilities

    This year, the pandemic has brought about new social norms. With the lockdown, working from home has become the new normal, the need for virtual collaboration also arises. Many turned to virtual meeti...

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  • Caregivers, Are You Neglecting Yourself? Get Help Here

    Caregiver support groups can do a world of good for those who need an extra boost to get through tough times. Caregivers give so much love and attention to the people they care for, but who takes c...

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  • Enabling Guide - Help at Your Fingertips

    Getting help in Singapore isn’t a herculean task if you know where to look for it – fact is, there is plenty of information online. For all things related to disability support schemes, se...

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Little Anecdotes of My Life

About Our Blogger

This is me in the video. I am very excited to be given this space to share bits about my life and my perspectives of things with you. On this journey of being deafblind, I have met with challenges. Emotionally, I am still trying to cope and to adapt to “new” way of doing things. Through my writing, I hope to show that persons with disabilities are still able to be part of the society with the help of assistive technology devices and with a little patience and understanding from the people around them. From my articles hopefully, you will be able to understand more about us.

  • Working from Home

    "Are you still working from home?" This is the favourite question I have been asked ever since the government’s recent announcement in Apr on allowing 75% of staff to return to their offices.&nb...

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  • Adventures in the Kitchen

    When you were a child, did you have toys that you play with to pretend that you were cooking? A toy stove or a toy refrigerator where there were toy fish, vegetables, meat, and you put them all into ...

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  • Looking Back at My Student Life

    The release of ‘O’ levels results earlier this month brought me back to the days when I was a student. Life as a blind student when I was studying back in the year 2000 was so different as...

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