The Good Efforts

Day in a life of a special education teacher

Hi, Cher! Meet Daisy Khng, a special education teacher for 9 years. She currently works at Rainbow Centre over at Margaret Drive. Daisy initially worked as a relief teacher at Towner Gardens School under MINDS. Fortunately for her, she managed to witness a father’s unwavering love and devotion to his son with special needs in […]

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The Good Advice

How to react when someone confides in you about suicide

Disclaimer: While much effort has been put into finding the best possible information for the article, this is still largely an opinion-piece. The subject of suicide is an extremely complex topic, and we over at The Hidden Good are not trained professionals in this field. We write this as a starting point and to encourage […]

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The Good Life

Scoring together with those with special needs

Xian Li thought he was going to teach football to children when he signed up as a volunteer for Special Olympics Singapore. (Source) Instead, he became part of a team that competed at Play Inclusive, an annual sporting competition. His capacity as a volunteer is as a “unified volunteer”, in which he plays sports together […]

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The Good Efforts

Former Nurse springs into action and takes care of uncle who fainted until an ambulance arrives

A former nurse, Ms. Michelle Kwok, sprung into action and helped an uncle who fainted and injured his head, and also stayed with him until an ambulance arrived. The incident occurred at Junction 8 on August 22 at around 8PM. An onlooker, Mr. Li, told Shin Min Daily News: 我上前去看,发现一名阿叔倒在地上,后脑勺在流血,手上也都是血,身旁有3名公众在帮忙。 Upon looking, I noticed that […]

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