Minor Issues: Will the world be a positive, safe space for my adult child with special needs?

Schools can be a safe space to learn and grow for kids with special needs. PHOTO: PIXABAY
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SINGAPORE – I am looking at four medals that Kate has won at past school sports days. I hold them in my hand and relish their solid, real-metal feel and weight.

Two are bronze medals from Rainbow Centre, her first special education (Sped) school, which she joined at about 2½ years old. She also has two silvers from St Andrew’s Autism School, where she will graduate from in a month’s time.

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