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.


CIS serves children and youth from kindergarten to institutions of higher learning with the following conditions:

  • Physical disabilities including cerebral palsy, spinal skeletal conditions, muscular dystrophies
  • Global Developmental Delay (GDD) and related conditions
  • Developmental Coordination Disorders (DCD) including dyspraxia
    (For more information on DCD, please click here.)
  • Speech disorders including articulation and phonological disorders, verbal dyspraxia, dysarthria and stuttering
  • Low vision


Members of our trans-disciplinary team provide a range of intervention programmes to support the students’ abilities to be integrated in school, and in the community by providing the following services:


School Integration (In partnership with the Ministry of Education):

  • Consultations and case conferences with school personnel to identify and address the students’ integration needs within the school
  • Assessment, recommendations and trainings for school personnel and students on the use of education assistive technology
  • Access accommodation, which are specific accommodations necessary for school and national level examinations
  • School transition support for children moving into a different educational environment
  • Increasing the schools’ awareness on issues pertaining to disability


Community Integration

  • Therapy services (Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy)
  • Psychological Intervention
  • Functional Numeracy and Literacy Training
  • Independent Living Skills Training (ILS)
  • Career Guidance
  • Counselling
  • Sport and Enrichment
  • Parent / Caregiver Training and Support


Admission Criteria

  • Singaporean Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Currently enrolled in a mainstream school (Kindergarten to Tertiary Education)
  • Medical diagnosis of the above described conditions

Developmental Coordination Disorder presents itself in many ways. Watch this video to learn more about some of the common symptoms of this condition.

Get In Touch With Us

Community Integration Service

Operating Details


Monday to Friday: 9.00am – 6.30pm


Contact Us

9 Lorong Napiri Singapore 547531
6511 5210

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