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A common vision of helping the needy

The Straits Times, 11 August 2016 - Article featured the Project We Care programme that was started by the People’s Association in 2012. The programme brings together companies and pools their resources to meet the different needs in the community. One example mentioned in the article is the SPECtacular Experience where optical shops provide eyewear and eye screening services for the needy, while lens and equipment manufacturers contributed their eye screening equipment and lenses. SP and NP students from the Diploma in Optometry are also involved in the initiative.

A resident gets an eye screening from a staff member of the SNEC. Under the SPECtacular Experience, doctors, optometry students and staff from the SNEC and Gleneagles Hospital gave residents free eye screenings, eyewear, surgery and eye care education.PHOTO: PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATION


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A common vision of helping the needy

SP Optometry students are involved in the SPECtacular Experience to provide eye screening services for the needy.

Gift of Sight 2015

SP Optometry students embarked on overseas community service projects to Myanmar and Indonesia.

PAy It Forward

Nutrition, Health & Wellness students shared healthy eating tips with residents from the Jalan Besar GRC.

Free eye checks and discount on spectacles for cabbies

SP Optometry Centre is one of the organisers for the Taxi Drivers Eye Care Ambassador Programme.

Gift of Sight 2014

SP Optometry students embarked on overseas community services project to Surabaya, Indonesia.

CLS Go Serve

CLS management and office admin staff volunteered in Teaching Block 11A Toilet Clean-up exercise.