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Autism Resource Centre (Singapore)

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What does Autism Resource Centre (Singapore) do?

Autism Resource Centre (Singapore) empowers individuals with autism, their caregivers and professionals through awareness, advocacy and education to lead meaningful lives in society.

Founded

2000

People

tan yen-fei leona, lo wei min, phua lay peng, denise, choong hui yeeng, ang hwee koon, leong geok hoon, sadanand varma, kwek puay khoon, loh wai mooi michelle, ng seok keow (angie lim)

Causes

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Highlights

  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2000
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Increased awareness and understanding of autism among the general public, leading to reduced stigma and discrimination against individuals with ASD.
  • Improved accessibility to services for individuals with ASD, including early intervention programs, education, employment opportunities, and support networks for caregivers and professionals.
  • Enhanced advocacy efforts that push for policy changes and increased funding for autism services in Singapore.
  • Empowerment of individuals with ASD to lead more independent lives through various training and educational initiatives provided by ARC(S).
  • Strengthened community bonds as families, caregivers, professionals, and volunteers come together to support those affected by autism.

Donation Income

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Program Expense Ratio

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