Equal Dreams ► Disability Accessibility Inclusion Diversity

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Our Belief

Built on the belief that everyone has equal rights to pursue their dreams and aspirations, Equal Dreams is born. Based in sunny Singapore, Equal Dreams provides disability, accessibility and consultancy services and creates platforms for disabled people to pursue passion projects.
List of services we provide at Equal Dreams
List of programmes currently offered at Equal Dreams

Our Upcoming Programmes

Hands Together Family Workshop in Singapore Sign Language Visual Banner

Looking for a welcoming and inclusive space where your family can spend time together while learning about Deaf culture and Singapore Sign Language?

Come join us, with SgSL-to-English interpretation available!

Theatre Made Inclusive: Creative Captioning Banner with purely decorative images and text that says sign up today!

Have you ever wanted to make your live theatre shows more inclusive but had no idea how?

With us, you can learn how to provide informative, creative, and dynamic captioning!

General News at Equal Dreams

Our Voices

Black and White Portrait of Terence Lew

Terence Lew explains his concept behind the logo design.

Singaporean award-winning designer raised in Singapore and worked over 22 years as an art director, creative director, communication strategist and data analyst in different organisations locally and overseas.

Capture of original full Mandarin article on Zaobao

In this National Day Special, Zaobao features 6 community groups with various missions such as promoting interfaith harmony, pursuing social justice and equality. What is common among them is that they bring people of different backgrounds together to build a better Singapore.

Picture Banner description (credits to Feeling Through): Movie poster-style graphic that promotes the July 16th 4pm PT/7pm ET screening. On the left shows both actors sitting on a bench, with Tereez in green parka jacket and blue denim jeans, hands clasped in front, and looking to your left slightly, while Artie was sitting upright, leaning back, looking up. At the top is headshots of both actors looking opposite way. On the right of the banner, the text reads: "To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act". Blue font text then reads: “ADA 30 NYC”. Hosted by: NYC Department of Transportation’s DiverseAbilities Employee Resource Group & NYC Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities. Presented in partnership with Helen Keller Services.

What happens when a young sighted male teenager encounters a Deafblind guy?

An unlikely friendship then blooms between these two total strangers.

This is my film review of Feeling Through, the first short film to star a DeafBlind actor, Robert Tarango, in a lead role.

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