In 2018, SNTC received a referral from Fei Yue Family Service Centre (Bukit Batok) for Mr Teo. Mr Teo has a teenage son with mild intellectual disability. As Mr Teo had a heart stent operation and later suffered a mild stroke in 2018, he was unable to work. His biggest worry was his son who […]
Following our previous series on popular Q&A on SNTC’s services, we have compiled another 10 burning questions from caregivers and partners that we frequently encounter during our public education events. From how to bequeath your assets into the trust to the continuity of care of your beneficiary, this Facebook series will offer you with deeper […]
As we welcome the start of a new year, we are pleased to bring to you the latest issue of our bi-annual e-newsletter! Do check out its content and learn about our past highlights, upcoming events, as well as new resources which we have specially created for our caregivers and community partners. Download and read […]
Are you interested to find out more about SNTC’s services (SNTC Trust & the Special Needs Savings Scheme), and how they can support the long-term planning of your loved ones with special needs? Join us in our upcoming daily online talks throughout January! The talks can be conducted in either English or Mandarin. All talks are […]
As we head into the new year, let’s look back at some of SNTC’s highlights of 2020: SNTC had a successful caregiver workshop on self-care with facilitators from Hua Mei Training Academy on 18 Jan 2020. In partnership with SG Enable, SNTC supported our clients with financial and emotional relief to tide through COVID-19 with […]
In December 2017, Zaobao covered an article to explain about SNTC, our services and fees. It also highlighted that there has been an increasing trend of siblings setting up SNTC trust accounts for their siblings with special needs. 在2017年12月，《早报》刊登了一则有关SNTC、我们的信托服务，以及特需信托收费的新闻。 报章也指出，有更多兄弟姐妹为有特殊需要的亲人设立特需信托。 The article also mentioned about the case of Mdm Wang, who was then 61 years […]
Mdm Esah Lim had been worried about the long-term care for her son with autism should she pass on. She also did not wish to bother her two daughters as they have their own families. With the help of Ray of Hope, a non-profit organisation in Singapore, an online crowdfunding campaign was done to raise […]
In February 2019, Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (Muis) and SNTC signed an agreement to support the community of Muslims with special needs. The Muis Special Needs Trust Scheme aims to benefit up to 100 Muslims with special needs in setting up trusts with SNTC. Since the launch of the Muis Special Needs Trust Scheme, SNTC has received an increased volume of enquiries from the Muslim community.
As a social service agency, we work with other social services agencies in Singapore to serve the community of special needs. Mr Teo is an example of how we partnered with various community groups to benefit families in need. Mr Teo, who has been diagnosed with Parkinson, was first referred to us by Ng Teng […]
Over the years, SNTC has conducted talks and outreach with various partners across the social service, healthcare, legal, and even financial sectors. These talks have benefitted both caregivers of persons with special needs, and the professionals who work closely with these caregivers in supporting the care and well-being of their dependants.