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The Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) provides a continuum of services for children with dyslexia, their parents, mainstream teachers and other professionals in the field of dyslexia and other Specific Learning Differences in Singapore.

DAS provides many varied opportunities for individuals to work with students with learning differences.

The majority of staff that work at DAS do so directly with our students as:

DAS offers both full-time and flexi scheme positions. The flexi scheme positions provide flexible working arrangements.

Hear from DAS Staff

DAS staff inspires others to make a difference in the learning journey of our children. Click in to read about their journey as an Educational Therapist at DAS!  

Hanis Binte Azmi 2 Ms Hani Zohra
Lead Educational Therapist 
Hani’s passion for special education pushes her to mentor not only students but other teachers as well
Steven Sim Mr Steven Sim
Senior Educational Therapist
From chemical engineer to award-winning special needs educator!
vishnuragunathan Mr Vishnu Ragunathan
Senior Educational Therapist 
Vishnu Ragunathan - Policeman to Educational Therapist
Zaidah Mohamed Jaffar 1 Ms Zaidah
Senior Educational Therapist
My journey as an Educational Therapist


  • The Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) works closely with our government and has over 250 professional staff who provide an array of services for students with dyslexia not only in Singapore but in the region.
  • DAS Specialist Psychologists conduct assessments and diagnose for learning differences in individuals aged from 6 years old to adult.
  • DAS Educational Therapists and Speech-Language Therapists provide support for over 3,500 preschool, primary and secondary school students in 12 Learning Centres all over Singapore.
  • The DAS Academy delivers professional training in the form of Workshops, Certificate courses, Specialist Diploma's, and a Masters in Special Educational Needs which is accredited by a recognised university from the UK.
  • DAS International provides one-to-one specialist teaching to individuals with learning differences both in Singapore and regionally.
  • Increasingly, the DAS will provide support for individuals with dyslexia who also have co-occurring Specific Learning Differences such as ADHD, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Aspergers Syndrome.


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Potential for organisational growth

While DAS provides support for over 3,500 students, it is estimated that there are 23,000 students from preschool to secondary school with dyslexia severe enough to warrant intervention. DAS is therefore at the tip of the iceberg in terms of our potential client base. Additionally, there is tremendous potential for growth in the region as well as support for clients who have associated specific learning differences.

Potential for individual growth

DAS has grown in size by five times in the last seven years. In a rapidly growing organisation, opportunities abound for staff who are willing to take on challenges and responsibilities.

Emphasis on professional development

While a not-for-profit organisation, DAS is first and foremost a professional organisation delivering professional services to our clients. Our emphasis is therefore on the continued professional development of ALL staff. Selected staff will also have opportunities for higher education scholarships as well as to pioneer research.  A comprehensive training pathway is offered to our professional staff and further qualifications are available for those staff who wish to continue to develop in the field of special needs.

Staff who are on sessional employment will receive the same training as full-time staff.

Commitment to fair employment practices

In 2013, DAS signed the Tripartite Alliance for Fair & Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP) pledge, signifying our commitment to fostering an inclusive workplace.

Commitment to an inclusive learning environment

DAS is dedicated to creating an inclusive learning environment for colleagues through staff education and training. Using the Universal Design for Learning principles, our staff are taught to appreciate individual differences and identify barriers that might impede their colleagues' learning and performance.

Commitment to a safe and healthy workplace

View our DAS staff wellbeing statements here

Career Opportunities at DAS

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All interested applicants must download and complete the Application Form and e-mail to together with their resume.

For positions that are not currently open, applicants are welcomed to write in to state your interest and we will contact you at the appropriate time.



Trainee Educational Therapist - Flexi scheme Closed
Student Service Associate Open.
Speech-Language Therapist/Senior Speech-Language Therapist Open. 
Trainee Educational Therapist (Maths) Closed
Trainee Educaitonal Therapist (Maths) - Flexi scheme Closed
Trainee Specialist Psychologist - Full-time Closed.
Specialist Tutor - Flexi scheme Open. Closed on 10 Dec 2023



Successful candidates will receive a competitive starting salary. After probation and upon meeting the necessary criteria (if any), they will also receive an annual wage supplement, performance bonus and other various leave benefits as follows:

  • Annual
  • Medical
  • Hospitalisation
  • Maternity
  • Marriage
  • Paternity
  • Childcare and Enhanced Childcare
  • Eldercare
  • Compassionate
  • Sabbatical Leave

We also offer comprehensive medical coverage for staff, which cover:

  • Outpatient treatment – Co-payment of just S$5 at over 300 GP clinics
  • Specialist consultation
  • Hospital and Surgical
  • Dental
  • Personal Accident Insurance
  • Workmen’s Injury Compensation

Staff on the Flexi-scheme (sessional) will enjoy benefits such as:

  • Medical coverage for outpatient treatment
  • Pro-rated leave entitlement for sick leave, maternity and childcare leave (subject to meeting prevailing eligibility criteria)
  • Variable bonus