The Para Cycling Federation of Singapore (PCFS), formerly known as the Handcycling Association of Singapore (HAS), is a non-profit national disability sports association. It is dedicated to the development of disabled athletes by promoting para cycling as a competitive sport, as a recreational activity and as a means of rehabilitation for persons with disabilities. Para-cycling is a recognized sport and medal event at the Paralympics and is also regarded as a form of alternative physiotherapy for those suffering from permanent or other disabilities such as cerebral palsy, stroke, etc.
Founded in 1982, Riding for the Disabled Association of Singapore (RDA Singapore) is a registered charity which provides free therapeutic and rehabilitative horse-riding for children and adults with disabilities.
5 Jalan Mashhor Singapore 299174
The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) is the only organization in Singapore that reaches across all disability groups, offering a wide range of sports at both elite and non-elite levels.
3 Stadium Drive #0134 Singapore 397630
Archery | Athletics | Badminton | Boccia | Chess | CP Football | Goalball | Obstacle Course Race (OCR) | Powerlifting | Swimming | Table Tennis | Tenpin Bowling | Triathlon
Singapore National Paralympic Council (SNPC) focuses on enabling our elite para athletes to participate in major games like the ASEAN Para Games, Commonwealth Games, Asian Para Games, Asian Youth Para Games and Paralympic Games. We aim to strengthen the Paralympic Movement and Paralympic aspirations in Singapore through collaborative works with corporate partners and sponsors, Singapore Disability Sports Council, National Disability Sports Associations as well as other local sports organisations.
3 Stadium Drive #01-34 Singapore, Singapore 397630
The mission of the Singapore Swimming Teachers’ Association (STA) is to raise the standard and profile of swimming to become the premier sport of the country.
89 Casuarina Road Singapore 579477
Founded in March 2000, MDAS is managed by healthcare professionals, volunteers, those with Muscular Dystrophy(MD) and their families. MDAS organises regular Power Soccer and Boccia training sessions to encourage a sporting lifestyle among members, within their ability. These sports are beneficial for an individual’s well-being and it also provides an excellent opportunity for camaraderie-building, teamwork and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
9 Bishan Place, #06-04 Junction 8 (Office Tower) Singapore 579837
The Bowling Association for the Disabled (Singapore), BADS in short, is a Non-Profit & National Disability Sports Association (NDSA) registered with the Registry of Societies in April 2010. It is affiliated to the Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) and is registered as an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) with approval to issue tax-exempted receipts to its donors. BADS is set up with the main objective of bringing bowling to all people with impairment in Singapore.
60 Tessensohn Rd, Singapura 217664
To enable and empower sportsmen with disabilities to excel in lawn bowls; to engage the disabled and its larger community to participate and enjoy the sport.
3 Stadium Drive, #01-34, Singapore 397630
Cerebral Palsy Football Club
We are always on the lookout for people of any gender with Cerebral Palsy (CP) in our community to enjoy football with us!
Football 5-a-side is the para-sport for the visually challenged and the blind community.
Polo and Riding Horse
In collaboration with Singapore and International Schools, Colts Polo & Riding provide polo riding and polo lessons to students under the schools’ ECA programs, which will include a 10-week program of:
• BASIC RIDING INSTRUCTION (FOR POLO)
• HORSE MANAGEMENT AND WELFARE TRAINING
• POLO THEORY AND PRACTICE
• STICK AND BALL PRACTICE
104 Turf Club Road / Singapore 287997
Effective group and private swimming lessons for all ages in Singapore by SwimSafer certified swimming instructors. Swimming classes for children to adults. We have a special program catered to the special needs and the pace will be much slower, fun and enriching.
34 Tanah Merah Kechil Road East Meadows, Singapore 465560
AWSS is the only swimming academy in Singapore which offers differentiated teaching with a proprietary methodology known as Joey Lingo. AWSS offers an Australian Certified course, with six modules, to ensure that you get the best teaching experience and the necessary skills to make lessons fun and safe for your students. Additional Swim Australia™ Teacher of Learners with Disability course is available for graduate trainees or NROC coaches.
61, Ubi Road 1, #02-11, Oxley Bizhub, S408727, Singapore.
Singapore Swim School specialized in swimming lessons certified by Sports Singapore. We provide the Ministry Of Education approved certs, Swimsafer 2.0. We endorse physical excellence and make sure children learn to swim properly through our training.
11 Bedok North Street 1, Singapura 469662
Happy Fish is a socially responsible company providing swimming lessons to all ages by building environmentally friendly indoor swimming pools, open engagement with the communities, inspire other swim schools to provide positive impact to people and communities through its activities. We conduct swimming lessons for autistic, cerebral palsy & other developmentally challenged children. The class is conducted in individual lesson where our instructors can give full attention to the student.
750A Chai Chee Rd, Singapore 469001
Understanding their disabilities and, at the same time, helping children focus on their abilities in the swimming pool, we provide recreational activities and competitive training for children with special needs. SpeediSwim started its Learn-to-swim and competitive classes for the intellectually disabled in 2008. Our coaches are specially selected for their patience and nurturing temperament.
No 1 Orchid Club Road, Singapore 769162
SwimRay private swimming lessons were pioneered by Ray & Jay, two swimming enthusiasts. Just two very simple examples of how swimming can aid in helping special needs children. As such, one of Swimray’s goals is to be a go-to service provider for special needs children.