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APSN Education Services Ltd.

Address: 900 New Upper Changi Road, Singapore 467354
Phone: +65 6479 6252
Email: enquiry@apsn.org.sg

APSN Chaoyang School

Address: 10 Ang Mo Kio Street 54 Singapore 569184
Phone: +65 6456 6922
Email: cys@apsn.org.sg

APSN Katong School

Address: 900 New Upper Changi Road Singapore 467354
Phone: +65 6445 8027
Email: ks@apsn.org.sg

APSN Tanglin School

Address: 143 Alexandra Road Singapore 159924
Phone: +65 6475 1511
Email: ts@apsn.org.sg

APSN Delta Senior School

Address: 3 Choa Chu Kang Grove Singapore 688237
Phone: +65 6276 3818
Email: dss@apsn.org.sg

APSN Ltd.

Address: 11 Jalan Ubi Block 2 #02-12 Singapore 409074
Phone: +65 6479 6252
Email: enquiry@apsn.org.sg

APSN Centre For Adults

Address: 11 Jalan Ubi Block 4, #01-31 Singapore 409074
Phone: +65 6346 2425
Email: cfa@apsn.org.sg

APSN Learning Hub

Email: apsnlearninghub@apsn.org.sg

APSN Student Care Centre

Address: 10 Ang Mo Kio Street 54 Singapore 569184
Phone: +65 6637 9812
Email: scc@apsn.org.sg

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23 year-old Felicia has mild intellectual disability and autism. When she first joined APSN Centre for Adults (CFA) in 2019, after graduating from a local autism-focused school, she needed months to adapt to the routines and structure of vocational training.

She frequently threw tantrums and acted out her frustrations through inappropriate speech and behaviour during lessons or after training hours whenever she was being corrected. She also had issues with her peers and did not like changes in routine, situations or personnel.

Jason, her form instructor, worked closely with Felicia to help her develop healthy coping skills for dealing with her frustrations and being more receptive to changes. Through the guidance of our supportive staff, Felicia is now more open to the instructors’ advice and can accept necessary changes in work or routines without being distressed, resulting in a substantial decrease in the frequency and duration of her tantrums.

To fulfil her dream of working in a kitchen and becoming a famous chef, Felicia works hard to meet her targets and develop the necessary skills to transit to our F&B Catering Specialised programme. Her family supports her aspirations and they are proud that she is striving towards a fulfilling and independent life.

Here at APSN Centre for Adults, we help empower individuals with mild intellectual disability, like Felicia, to become active contributors to society by equipping them with the necessary skills required for the workforce through vocational training, realistic on-the-job training and support services.

Your generous support helps provide our trainees with the necessary support and resources to develop their skills, pursue their passions, and achieve their goals.

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