Helping people with intellectual disabilities acquire vital life and work skills

Mohd Taufiq Mohd Rahim (right) and his uncle, Ahmad Barazi. Taufiq started work as a cleaner after a training programme with Minds. ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH
Mr Joseph Choo interacting with a customer at the Minds shop on June 21, 2022. ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG
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SINGAPORE - A scheme by the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (Minds) will be expanded to better prepare people with disabilities for life and work by honing their soft skills.

The Lifelong Learning Programme aims to train 300 people by December next year, up from 194 so far since its launch in 2020.

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