Spastic Children Association Singapore.

Met up with Felicia, Jeanette and Junze at Pasir Ris MRT. Hee hee, Junze passed us our souvenirs from Hongkong :) Together with Leo Clubbers from Ngee ann, we went to SCAS.

The plan was to get the children to build a house out of icecream sticks and glue. Totally new experience ‘cos we were working with everyday kids. The child Junny and I got was non-verbal and autistic, Dalton(?). Very destructive nature, lol. So in the end, Junny handled him and I did the house. It’s been a very long while since I did arts & crafts.

Halfway, I went and played with Felicia’s kid, Julian. Autistic too; he was totally in his own world. He kept throwing ice-cream sticks around. He derived fun from throwing things around. He was only paying attention to the purple star I held out to him. He laughed when he threw it away so I kept picking it up and passing it to him. I was moving my hand around to play and then Julian

grabbed

my

arm

SO CUTEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE. With that tiny hands to get the star sticker. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE. I melted, I swear. He did it a few times.

The 4 of us went Manhattan Fish Market for lunch.

2nd session:

Jeanette had her eyes on a really (x100) cute malay boy. Non verbal, a screamer. I got him to our table :D Junze got a new kid. As in, he is new in the school and has not settled down yet. A destroyer too and very strong. I don’t know why he always gets the hard to handle ones. I got my own one, Kayden. Very fair, huge eyes. SO CUTEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE. He can speak but very limited words :) (I don’t know how to explain this) The houses with ice-cream sticks are see through so everytime he wants to see through it, he will grab my hand(!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) to hold it up for him.

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.

And this time, he did the house along with me :) He listens really well! Jeanette’s kid followed what Jean said too. WHAT CUTE PEOPLE.

First time working with these kids and I liked it :) Although I was afraid they might be hard to control. We got pictures but ‘cos some of their parents did not agree to let other people take pictures of their kids, we can’t post them up on the web.

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