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You may not have special needs. You may not be a caregiver of someone with special needs. But you may know or meet someone who has special needs or is a caregiver, and you may want to know how you can support that person. Here we have developed a series of useful guides for you.

  • Creating an Inclusive Community

    • This section covers what we can do to create a kinder and more caring community for persons with special needs.
  • Supporting a Caregiver

    • This section contains practical tips on how to care for a caregiver.
  • The Layman’s Guide

    • The Layman’s Guide to Autism is a compilation of simplified answers to these real questions from laymen
    • The Layman’s Guide to Hearing Loss is a compilation of introductory articles to hearing loss.

We hope you find this information useful. We are constantly updating this page, so please do check back for new articles and feel free to leave us a note to tell us what else you’d like to see, and we will try our best to make it happen!

 

 



Supporting a Caregiver

If you have a friend who is a caregiver and you want to help your friend, but you do not know how, this section contains articles that will give you practical tips on how to start.

Caring for Caregivers During Medical Crises

 

 

The Layman’s Guide

Autism

At All In, we sometimes get interesting questions from the general public, like “Do people with autism understand sarcasm?” and “How can I tell if someone has cerebral palsy or autism?”

The Layman’s Guide to Autism are simplified answers to these real questions from laymen

The Layman’s Guide to Autism: How can I tell if someone has autism?

The Layman’s Guide to Autism: What is the difference between Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism?

The Layman’s Guide to Autism: What can I do if I see a stranger with autism having a meltdown?

The Layman’s Guide to Autism: What should I do if my relative’s or friend’s child has autism?

Hearing Loss

The Layman’s Guide to Hearing Loss

The Layman’s Guide to the Deaf Community

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We hope you have found the information and tools on our website useful in supporting you and your loved ones in this journey of self-discovery!

Please help us to improve our website by letting us know what you love about All In, and if there is anything else we can do for the special needs community in Singapore, by filling in this survey. And as a token of appreciation, we will be sending you a $5 e-voucher for use in our store. At the end of the month we will be conducting a grand draw where one lucky winner will receive $50 for use in our store as well.

Thank you for your support!