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Our Process

During the 18-months research and creation process, the youths interviewed differently-abled people, their parents, caregivers and special needs educators to get insights into their lives.

We brought them on tours to Dignity Kitchen and Rainbow Centre, and provided talks by our resource panel, to give them an understanding on employment and education options that are available in the disability sector. They also went through a series of simulation exercises to experience what it would feel like living with various physical, sensory and developmental impairment.

Simultaneously, the youth read articles, reports and journal about their experiences.

Touring with Dignity Kitchen's founder Koh Seng Choon

First Encounter

2 February 2019

All aboard the youths from Dunman High School and Tanjong Katong Girls' School! We gathered at Dignity Kitchen, Singapore's first hawker training centre for people with disabilities and the disadvantaged.

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Youths with leg casts

Second Encounter

6 – 7 June 2019

A 2-day drama camp filled with personal stories from a differently-abled person, parents and caregivers, and a series of simulation exercises on living with a disability conducted by Rainbow Centre training and consultancy.

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Work in progress

Third Encounter

13 September 2019

The groups present on their areas of interest, a disability they have encountered in their daily lives and wish to better understand and explore creatively.

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