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testimonial_1It was in July of 2004 when, Ai Ling, a student of Ngee Ann Polytechnic, was crossing the road. Tragically, she was knocked down by a motorcycle. She sustained head injuries, lost the use of her right eye and one of her legs was fractured. She was hospitalized for a month. Her life took a drastic change as she needed to adjust and re-orientate to her new physical condition. Ai Ling was referred by National University Hospital to Bizlink Centre in December 2005 for vocational assessment.
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testimonial_2Steve Chan lost his hearing at the tender age of one when he suffered a fall. He lost his balance and fell down the stairs from the 2nd floor which has approximately 20 steps. Steve came to Bizlink to seek employment assistance when his contract with his employer expired in 2006. Bizlink was able to match Steve to a job as a Business Analyst. Although Steve had no experience in this position, he was willing to learn. His employer was patient and willing to spend time training him.
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testimonial_3Eighteen years old and in the prime of life. The future… bright and full of possibilities. A reluctant dive off a jetty at the persistant request of friends results with a broken neck. This, was the turning point in Johnny Ang’s life. Today he is a quadriplegic. His case is more severe than most. But, there are countless stories of industrial and road accidents that in a split second have changed the course of lives forever. The reality is that it could happen to any one of us. Not all people are born with disabilities.
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testimonial_4When Toh Yong Hong completed special school, his mother was at a loss as to what to plan for his future. That’s when Yong Hong’s mother brought him to Bizlink Centre in 2004. After the assessment, Yong Hong was recommended for the training course which was then known as The Vocational School for the Handicapped (VSH). It was a two- year work-based training program based on ITE curriculum. The first year is school based and the 2nd year would be the job attachment in the industry.
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testimonial_5It was early morning on 4th October 1981. I fell off my motorcycle and landed in a monsoon drain. The fall injured my spinal cord. I only realised how serious my injury was after doctors sympathetically told me that I would be paralysed from the waist down and would never use my legs to walk again. I would be a paraplegic and would need to use a wheelchair for mobility.
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