Training and practice help woman with mild intellectual disability cope with daily work duties

Ms Rozana Abdullah, who has a mild intellectual disability, started working at Samsui Kitchen last November.
Ms Rozana Abdullah, who has a mild intellectual disability, started working at Samsui Kitchen last November.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG

Ms Rozana Abdullah, 19, hopes that her friends will be able to find a good job, just as she has, so they can all be happy.

While it sounds like a simple wish, it is not easy for people like her, who have disabilities, to find jobs, though various stakeholders have been pushing for Singapore to have a more inclusive workforce.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 29, 2020, with the headline 'Training and practice help her cope with daily duties'. Print Edition | Subscribe