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Adults aged 21 and above with mild intellectual

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Adults (Aged 21 and above) with Mild Intellectual Disability Step 1: Ensuring Access Access to programs depends on what community has to offer Physical activity programs in voluntary welfare organizations, ,e.g. Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (M.I.N.D.S), Association of People with Special Needs (APSN), Bishan Home for the Intellectually Disabled and others Ongoing community projects or outreach programs organized by schools, community centers/clubs, government agencies. E.g. Service Learning projects by R.P, Community Involvement Projects (CIP) in schools Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic
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How can I apply these steps in planning an inclusive program for the selected profile? Step 2: Establishing Supportive Networks Establish ongoing communication with participants AND with their association personnel (Sunshine Centre), family members, care- givers, volunteers and/or agencies Engage with relevant government organization, like Ministry of Social & Family Development (MSF) for resources such as S.E.E.D funding ,Special Assistance Funds, ComCare Social Support Projects Fund (CSPF) to conduct these activities. Obtaining medical history and consent of participant and/or family member/care-giver before program begins Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic
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