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  1. Red carpet arrivals for the screening of the film The Peanut Butter Falcon in Los Angeles

    Young actor with Down Syndrome inspires and stars in Hollywood film

    Zack Gottsagen, who said he wanted to become a movie star, stars in The Peanut Butter Falcon alongside Shia LeBeouf and Dakota Johnson.
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    Embracing the experience: MP Rahayu Mahzam on parenting a son with Down Syndrome

    Member of Parliament Rahayu Mahzam recently revealed in Parliament that her 16-month-old son, Ayden, has Down Syndrome. She speaks to Channel ...
  3. France cafe

    Hip cafe chain staffed by disabled workers opens in Paris

  4. MINDS buddy reading programme

    MINDS launches inclusive school buddy-reading programme

    The reading programme will pair students from MINDS Fernvale Gardens School and Fernvale Primary with the aim of improving the literacy of MINDS ...
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    ESM Goh, TODAY start charity fund to help people with disabilities

    The TODAY Enable Fund will focus on enhancing the education, skills and employment prospects of people with disabilities, as well as fostering ...
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    Tackling Cambodia’s desperate need for speech therapy

    Cambodia does not have a single qualified speech therapist, despite a pressing need to treat symptoms that affect more than half a million people ...
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    Singapore, Japan celebrate 50 years of friendship at SJ50 gala dinner

    Speaking at the event, Foreign Affairs Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said ties between the two countries have grown over the years.
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    Inclusiveness takes spotlight in event to celebrate 50 years of Singapore-Japan ties

    Their performances were the highlights of the SJ50 event on Thursday to celebrate the 50 years of excellent diplomatic ties between Singapore and ...
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    FAQ: Planning for children amid the Zika outbreak

    The Ministry of Health issues guidelines for couples planning for children amid an outbreak of Zika, which has been linked to birth defects.
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    Singapore's health ministry advises pregnant women with Zika symptoms to get tested

    Testing for pregnant women as referred by their doctors is free at the public healthcare institutions, MOH said.