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'. Subscribe