IT’S THE WORLD CUP season, and this Brazilian fan is experiencing it all in a unique way. As Carlos is both visually and hearing-impaired, his friend has creatively adapted the activity with the use of tactile cues and touch. Very impressive!
HERE’S WISHING all fellow occupational therapists out there a Happy Occupational Therapists’ Day! We celebrate this special occasion on the 11th of January annually, to commemorate the founding of our national association. The Singapore Association of Occupational Therapists (SAOT) was established on 11th January 1975. Since then, SAOT has also become a member of the World Federation of […]
I CAME ACROSS this video on Facebook and I can’t help but to share. One word: Beautiful. It’s all about celebrating the little differences.
I WAS NEVER much of a gamer; maybe the occasional LAN gaming dates with my old school buddies once in a few months. So we came across a reality room escape game that I thought was a pretty unique experience. Called TheEscapeArtist (T.E.A.), this place is tucked away on the eleventh floor of Bukit Timah […]
I WAS WATCHING the evening news the other day when this video was featured during a commercial break. Am loving the story of Thomas Yong, behind the new campaign by Centre for Enabled Living (CEL). Let’s talk ability.
TEAR-PROVOKING and truly touching. This video tells the story of 2 young orphans – a visually-impaired boy and his friend who is hearing-impaired. Their strong kinship and unconditional love brings them on a journey in search of their mother who has long passed. A remembrance to always cherish the things I have in life as there are others […]
WHAT IS DANCE? An activity that is socially engaging, physically challenging, creative, as well as culturally and mentally stimulating. The above extract is the definition of dance by Connor (2000), summing up its therapeutic potential. In Occupational Therapy, using dance as a leisure activity in rehabilitation is not equivalent to ‘Dance Therapy’. Professionally, there are […]