Services for Children and Youth

AWWA School improves the quality of life for students with special needs and helps them become independent. The School provides special education to children with multiple disabilities and children with autism within the age range of 7 – 18 years.

AWWA School improves the quality of life for students with special needs and helps them become independent. The School provides special education to children with multiple disabilities and children with autism within the age range of 7 – 18 years.

Started in 1991, Community Integration Service (CIS), formerly known as TEACH ME, aims to integrate children and youth into their schools and the community, and encourage them to reach their fullest potential and to lead dignified and independent lives.

Started in 1991, Community Integration Service (CIS), formerly known as TEACH ME, aims to integrate children and youth into their schools and the community, and encourage them to reach their fullest potential and to lead dignified and independent lives.

Early Intervention Centre (EIC) provides holistic support for children under 6 years old with special needs and their families. Through early intervention, EIC hopes to develop the children’s learning abilities, and help them overcome developmental challenges for a smoother transition to special or mainstream schools.

Early Intervention Centre (EIC) provides holistic support for children under 6 years old with special needs and their families. Through early intervention, EIC hopes to develop the children’s learning abilities, and help them overcome developmental challenges for a smoother transition to special or mainstream schools.

The Special Student Care Centre (SSCC) aims to provide caregivers of children with special needs, with the opportunity to be financially viable by providing physical care, and opportunities for these children to socialise across various situations, and demographics.

The Special Student Care Centre (SSCC) aims to provide caregivers of children with special needs, with the opportunity to be financially viable by providing physical care, and opportunities for these children to socialise across various situations, and demographics.

AWWA Development Support and Learning Support Programme offers early intervention for mainstream pre-school children (K1 and K2) with mild developmental delays to overcome challenges in their early stages of learning.

AWWA Development Support and Learning Support Programme offers early intervention for mainstream pre-school children (K1 and K2) with mild developmental delays to overcome challenges in their early stages of learning.

The inclusive preschool by AWWA seeks to provide all children with access to a values-based, inclusive, and non-discriminatory curriculum. Such an approach aims to reduce barriers, embrace diversity, and create a rich environment for enriched learning and growth, mutual respect and understanding to benefit all children and society.

The inclusive preschool by AWWA seeks to provide all children with access to a values-based, inclusive, and non-discriminatory curriculum. Such an approach aims to reduce barriers, embrace diversity, and create a rich environment for enriched learning and growth, mutual respect and understanding to benefit all children and society.

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