Thank you our dearest Francis Liou and his Engaging From The Heart team for your partnership! We love you! 💖They are amazing!!!
Francis have been our core volunteer since the beginning at 2006! His passion is undeniable and amazingly contagious! Thank you all today! ... See MoreSee Less
Briefings before an outing with special needs children and their families to SEA Aquarium Sentosa.
Thanks! Fiona, Shi Huh, Alphonsus, Yi Ling, Jonanthan, Esther, Song Kiat, Yum Ru and Serene for engaging with our Engaging Hearts Team. 🤗 looking forward to see you guys in our next project
A Chronic VoiceThere are two forms of cannabis - THC and CBD. CBD (cannabidiol) is the non-psychoactive version (meaning you don't get high, just pain relief), and comes in many forms such as topical ointment. I hope this version will be allowed in Singapore soon ha.
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Rosa GabunaI hope there’s more funding for research on the medicinal use of cannabis oil.
An educator shares how dementia takes over one pixel of her brain at a time.
"I am very reluctant to “come out” as a person with dementia. The stigma is great. Once people label us as people with dementia, we suddenly move from being productive members of society into being described with deprecating labels including: mistaken, forgetful, irrelevant, delusional, and irrational." ... See MoreSee Less
"It is the duty of the arts to highlight and change perceptions. The problem comes when non-disabled people are the only people creating the narrative. While they might be able to understand some of the medical aspects, to represent us they must understand our culture and that is where most depictions of disability fail." ... See MoreSee Less
Early morning and his lights were on. So touched to see my special son rigidly sticking to his routine of writing a daily journal - a habit taught by his teachers since young - now applied even when he's no more attending school. Rigidity, often seen to be a weakness in our special ones with autism , can at times be turned into a strength. #lifelessons #nooneleftbehind
Putting yourselves in their shoes. And their worldview
"Once you start to understand how things work in Alzheimer's World you get calm and comfortable. Once you get calm and comfortable you give off a better "vibe" to someone that has Alzheimer's. If you can get to the "vibe", the person living with Alzheimer's becomes calmer and feels more secure." ... See MoreSee Less