I Can Help You in the news

Thank you to The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao for covering the book launch and World Down Syndrome Day! Here are the links to the articles: The Straits Times, "New Book for Children Based on MINDS In-School Minimart" The Straits Times, "MINDS launches second children's storybook on World Down Syndrome Day" 在MINDS迷你超市咖啡馆培训 唐氏综合征学生掌握职业技能 #intellectualdisabilities

Launch of I Can Help You

It's not normal to have another book launch just a month after your last one, surely! But that's what happened! Snazzy socks are worn to commemorate World Down Syndrome Day. Freshly Pressed Socks, a local sock vendor, was on hand to ensure everyone was well-socked. It was World Down Syndrome Day on 21 March, and it was the perfect day to launch I Can Help You, the second title in the series A Place for Us commissioned by Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS). The story features a girl with Down Syndrome, who is trained to run her school's minimart. She later helps the provision shop owner in her neighbourhood when he has a fall. So it was very apt that after the book

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