More inclusive arts activities for kids of all abilities

Eden Eyok (left) and Tan Hong Kai playing with wooden blocks at Playeum, a children's centre for creativity.
Eden Eyok (left) and Tan Hong Kai playing with wooden blocks at Playeum, a children's centre for creativity.ST PHOTO: GIN TAY

SINGAPORE - Five-year-old Eden Eyok looks forward to Tuesday afternoons, when he can stack blocks or play with coloured tiles at Playeum, a children's centre for creativity.

Tuesday afternoons at Playeum are free entry for children with special needs. More important to Eden's parents is the fact that these afternoons allow their son, who has autism spectrum disorder, to interact on an equal footing with children his own age.

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