DAS Handbook 2020

DAS Handbook 2020

DAS Handbook 2020


Editor: Emeritus Profession Angela Fawcett

Managing Editor: Deborah Hewes

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DAS Handbook 2020 - Introduction

DAS Handbook 2020 - Introduction

INTRODUCTION 

Welcome Message from Lee Siang, CEO Dyslexia Association of Singapore

Introduction from Angela Fawcett, Editor and Research Consultant to Dyslexia Association of Singapore

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DAS Handbook 2020 - SpLD Assessment Services

DAS Handbook 2020 - SpLD Assessment Services

SpLD Assessment Services

The SpLD Assessment Services (SAS) serves as a gateway to DAS programmes and intervention. SAS conducts close to 1000 SpLD assessments every year. Besides assessments, SAS also provides consultations and talks to support the ongoing development of people with specific learning difficulties, including those beyond dyslexia.

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DAS Handbook 2020 - English Language and Literacy Division

DAS Handbook 2020 - English Language and Literacy Division

DAS English Language and Literacy Division

The English Language and Literacy (ELL) Division is focused on helping learners with dyslexia overcome their challenges with English while enabling them through their individual strengths. ELL, therefore, develops English language and literacy programmes and resources, enhances current intervention to ensure that it remains beneficial for learners with dyslexia, prepares teachers and guides the implementation of appropriate intervention and evaluates the effectiveness of the programmes under the division.

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DAS Handbook 2020 - Specialised Educational Services

DAS Handbook 2020 - Specialised Educational Services

The Specialised Educational Services (SES) is a division of the Dyslexia Association of Singapore which aims to uncover the true strengths of individuals with learning differences and empower them with the necessary skills and strategies to succeed. All of our professionals are highly qualified and specially trained to help persons with learning differences who may be struggling in different areas of their lives. We have a good understanding of the curriculum and the demands that today’s education systems place on a student and strive to bring out the very best in every
individual that we see.

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