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MINDS Tampines
Training & Development Centre
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Training & Development Centre
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MINDS Tampines
Training & Development Centre


Warmest greetings from MINDS Tampines Training & Development Centre! At our centre, we embrace every individual’s individuality and cultivate their interests and passion through our robust social and recreational programmes. Our strong partnership with corporates and passionate individuals who are driven to make a difference, has enabled us to create enduring memories and learning experiences within and beyond our centre.

With a focus on developing their independent living skills, our curriculum builds on the foundation that they have established in their formative years. To ensure that each and every individual thrive in their learning and development, our multidisciplinary team of Allied Health Professionals provides physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and behaviour and psychological intervention designed for their differentiated needs.

Embodying the belief that each and every individual has the potential to excel, our care and allied health professionals are committed to developing them into confident, socially conscious and independent individuals. Our emphasis on taking a person-centred approach encourages every individual to pursue their choice activities while igniting their interest in lifelong learning.

We’d love for you to explore our webpage and be part of our mission to empower persons with special needs and their families to maximise their potential and fulfil their aspirations.

Mrs Donna Chia-Tiang Head of Centre, Tampines Training & Development Centre

About Us

How We Began
How We Began
MINDS Tampines Training & Development Centre (TTDC) welcomed its first batch of clients on 1 July 2013. The centre’s opening heralded the introduction of a full-time and part-time (e.g. 2 - 3 days a week) training and care services for adults with intellectual disability. It was officially opened by Mr Chan Chun Sing, Minister for Social and Family Development on 17 October 2013, and serves clients residing in the eastern part of Singapore.
Whom We Serve
Whom We Serve
We provide services for adults with intellectual disabilities who require a higher level of support, or have a greater degree of special needs that require continuous specialised help. Our centre-based service offers respite care for caregivers by relieving them of their usual caregiving duties and allowing them to focus on other responsibilities.
What We Offer
What We Offer
With a focus on developing their independent living skills, our programme builds on the foundation adults with special needs have established in their formative years while enhancing their emotional and physical well-being through providing professional care by our Allied Health Professional team.


At MINDS TTDC, clients learn a variety of skills which are categorised under various Domains of Learning:

Activities of Daily Living (ADL)
Personal Grooming
Community Living Skills (CLS)
Concept of Money / Time / Numbers
Community Mobility
Home Living
Language Development
Social Skills
Pre–Vocational Skills
Work Habits
Preparation for Sheltered Workshops
Social & Recreational Skills
Art & Craft
Performing Arts
Movies / TV
Computer Assisted Learning

What our Facilities are like

Training Rooms
Therapy Room
Activity Room
Sick Bay / Independent Living Room


Priority will be given to graduates from MINDS SPED Schools. For assistance on referral procedures, you may contact the centre's social worker at 6260 5886 or [email protected].


Would you like to get to know us better?
Perhaps to volunteer your time, skills, or celebrate the lives of our beneficiaries with your contributions.
We would love to have you join us!

Locate & Contact Us

Blk 267, Tampines St 21, #01-09, Singapore 520267
Office Info
Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm
MINDS Tampines
Training & Development Centre

Mrs Donna Chia-Tiang, Head of Centre

6260 5886
6260 5686
NOTICE OF THE 59TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF MINDS: NOTICE is hereby given that the 59th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) will be held by way of electronic means as follows: Date: Saturday , 18 September 2020 Time: 9:30am (Registration starts at 8:30am) Venue: Online via ZOOM MINDS members will be receiving an email on the notice of AGM and are strongly encouraged to register your attendance to facilitate the verification process on the day of the AGM. For enquiries regardingthe AGM, members may email to [email protected] or call 849607358