Who We Are
SUN-DAC was set up in 1990 to provide care for people with intellectual disability in a Day Activity Centre setting. We currently serve persons with disability, with varying intellectual, physical, mental, sensory, and learning disabilities between the ages of 16 and 60 years.
To be a premier Day Activity Centre serving persons with disability
To provide day care and constructive development activities for persons with disability and improve the quality of life for them and their caregivers.
To provide training to enable persons with disability to learn basic independent daily living skills, community living skills, social skills and simple vocational activities.
To provide respite for parents and caregivers of persons with disability through support and assistance services.
To provide training for persons with disability to use community resources with the aim to integrate them into the community.
At SUN-DAC, we hope to achieve through our services and programmes, to promote each client’s maximum level of independence, maintain each client’s present level of functioning as long as possible, preventing or delaying further deterioration, ensure each client is fully integrated into the community and to provide support, respite, and education for families and other caregivers.
All programmes are delivered via a fun and engaging curriculum filled with meaningful activities in context aimed to maximise engagement and retention.
SUN-DAC’s activities and programmes include the following:
• Training in Activities of Daily Living (ADL)
• Training in Community Living Skills (CLS)
• Occupational Therapy
• Recreational and Leisure Activities
• Case Management and Referral Network
• Caregiver Training and Support Programme
• Counselling for Caregivers and Family Members
Volunteer with Us!
The CIRCLES Experience
CIRCLES is our range of long-term community activities to promote community inclusion. A one-session preview version of CIRCLES is CIRCLES Experience. Within a half-day or full-day, you experience our regular client’s training programme, learn about community inclusion and suggest CIRCLES activity ideas in a facilitated workshop at the same session.
See ideas from past sessions here.
For more information, please find our infosheet here.
Regular Volunteering – BUDDIES
BUDDIES refer to our individual volunteers who support us regularly in our client’s training programme, interacting directly with our clients. We match your strengths and interests to a most suitable training activity, such as gardening or fitness. This ensures that the volunteering experience is both meaningful for our clients and for you, the volunteers.
To indicate your interest in volunteering with us, click here.
Ways of giving
Please visit us at www.giving.sg/sun-dac to make an online donation.
For donations via cheque, please issue it to SUN-DAC and mail it to the following address:
600 Upper Thomson
Block C, #01-21
For PayNow, kindly transfer the donation to our UEN S93SS0060K.