MOVEMENT FOR THE INTELLECTUALLY DISABLED OF SINGAPORE
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    Civic & Social Services
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    800, Singapore 149307
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Therapist in Singapore
on November 15, 2022
Stable employment
Stable employment but few opportunities to grow or advance in career unless you stay long enough. Best part of the job are the clients. Although there are change initiatives, things still move rather slowly. Good work life balance, good retirement job. There are opportunities for lateral transfers.
Teacher in Central Singapore
on January 13, 2022
Lovely colleagues
Working at MINDS gave ample opportunities to learn new things. Management is generally understanding and can communicate well with teams. Great work-life balance and autonomy.
Training Officer in Ang Mo Kio
on July 13, 2017
fun
Most of the clients are high function.They do have boys and girl relation behaviour whic the training officer need to educate and do referal to the psycologist for further interventions.Some client even abscond from centre.They will roam around the coffeeshop and some even stole drink at Cheers .
Intern in Singapore
on July 11, 2017
Productive and fun workplace
I would spend time with the individuals there. Help them and provided assistance if they needed help but the major focus was on making them independent. The work environment was very nice even though I was a fresher, everyone was very friendly.
General Worker in Woodlands
on September 20, 2016
Socializing with people with disabilities is a lifelong commitment
Socializing clients with disabilities should be no different from any other socialization. However, if you're not familiar with a given disability, you might fear either saying something offensive or doing the wrong thing by offering assistance. Janitorial services is my typical day at work and the clients may not be able to maintain personal hygiene while working. That is the hardest part of the job cleaning them up and the affected area together with my co-workers. Most enjoyable part or unexpected part is while I am working, they just tap my shoulder and smile or thumbs up for the previous job done. Maintaining my patience sometimes is difficult but I have to keep learning.

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Am I able to do the duites and tasks as An Asst. Training Officer?

Shared on January 27, 2022

Any Working experience. am I a patience lady.

Shared on July 13, 2017

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