Social Service Agencies
Social Service Agencies (SSAs) are our important partners in serving persons with disabilities and their caregivers.
As the focal agency for disability in Singapore, we strengthen and enable our SSA partners to deliver greater value to persons with disabilities and their caregivers by connecting them to resources and expertise, and facilitating learning and collaborations to co-create solutions.
Partner Us To Deliver Quality Training
We seek training partners to deliver quality training to persons with disabilities, employers and disability employment professionals.
Get Funding for Social Innovations
Let's work together to meet the needs of persons with disabilities and improve their quality of life. Keep a lookout for Grant Calls from the Enabling Lives Initiative (ELI) Grant!
The i'mable public education initiative seeks to build a positive mindset among general public towards persons wtih disabilities. It also seeks to increase their willingness and confidence to take positive action for the disability community. Join us to advocate for disability inclusion, and you can apply for funding to support your public education initiatives.
i'mable Collective works to nurture and develop a community of artists and makers with disabilities to showcase their talent and strengthen their abilities in artisanal fields. This multi-sectoral platform comprises partners in the people, public and private sectors who, together with persons with disabilities, are motivated to collaborate and contribute towards the development of a viable market for quality merchandise that is created by persons with disabilities, supporting their meaningful vocation.
Join the Coalition of Partners for Caregiver Support
Share and learn from the Coalition of Partners for Caregiver Support on how to better support caregivers of persons with disabilities.
The Disability Professionals Network
The Disabilty Professionals Network is for sector players and disability professionals to learn about developments in policy, practices and trends in disability. It seeks greater alignment in the sector's initiatives and facilitates collaboration.