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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 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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APSN Charity Dinner 2019

Themed “Powers Uncovered”, APSN Charity Dinner 2019 was a night of unveiling the talents and abilities of beneficiaries with mild intellectual disability who excel in their respective fields of academic, artistic and sport pursuits. Traits of tenacity and diligence recurred through the stories shared.

The event is part of the integrated resort’s Sands for Singapore Charity Festival 2019. Co-presented by Marina Bay Sands, APSN Charity Dinner 2019 was graced by Ms Sim Ann, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and Information & Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, and attended by guests comprising corporate partners, donors and APSN beneficiaries across its four Schools and adult-training Centre.

In support of the special needs sector, SMS Ms Sim Ann said, “Every one of us can play a part in making persons with special needs and other vulnerable groups around us feel more included and valued, by treating them with dignity and respect as well as recognising their talents, skills and resilience.”

She added that companies and potential employers can also provide advice and training programmes which will better prepare beneficiaries for the changing job market.

More employers are now learning about the abilities of persons with special needs. “Usually when people think of persons with special needs, they think about what they can’t do, but we want to focus on what they can do – what is their potential, what are their powers,” emphasised APSN President Mr Tan Cheen Chong.

All proceeds generated from the event will be channelled towards education and training programmes to continue empowering and preparing APSN’s beneficiaries for open employment, all year round.

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