Holistic Care

Our services include: Caregiving Therapy Training & Development Social Work & Community Outreach When a person is considered disabled by others, it does not mean that there is “something wrong” with him or her. Rather, there are a lot of factors that make a person disabled. These include 1) Impairment to brain or body function […]


Bishan Home has a total of 132 beds on 3 levels in 8 bedded, 6 bedded and 4 bedded rooms.   All residential rooms have an attached toilet for ease of use. In addition, as part of the Home’s commitment to provide comprehensive care to its residents, The Home is equipped with the following facilities: […]


Your donation will help pay for our intellectually disabled residents’ ongoing training, therapy and outdoor activities, that enhance care and quality of life for our residents.

Welcome to Bishan Home!

Welcome to Bishan Home

Bishan Home for the Intellectually Disabled is one of the first purposefully built residential homes for people with intellectual disabilities in Singapore. The Home is designed to provide a family setting in bedrooms decorated with colourful murals and clustered into neighbourhoods, each with its own shared communal living space for social interaction and recreation.

We are proud of our “family culture” where you will find our residents affectionately referring to our staff as Kor Kor or Cheh Cheh (dialect for brother and sister). Our staff and residents are also actively encouraged through our community outreach programs to integrate with the wider community to build enduring bonds of mutual care and friendship.

Through this website, we hope you will be able to find out more about the special needs of our clients, our services, as well as how you can make a difference by joining us in serving our clients with intellectual disabilities.

Videos Gallery

  • Youth Corps SG

    Common Space for Common Good is the latest initiative launched by Youth Corps Singapore on 12 March. It is an initiative that encourages youths to serve the diverse community using existing spaces.

  • Outreach Talk

    Overview of the Intellectually Disabled sector at NUS CSC. Brought to you by Best Buddies, Bishan Home and MINDSville@Napiri, the three Regular Volunteering Programmes under NUS Students’ Community Service Club’s Intellectually Disabled sector! Video by Best Buddies 🙂

  • We Care

    Lighting up Lives – FairPrice Volunteers Programme. We and our employees believe that giving time is as important as cash and kind donations. Find out more about our Volunteers Programme as we embark on a journey to light up the lives of many.

  • Sunflowers

    13th anniversary – To us, sunflowers signify joy and hope; a way of bringing sunshine to everyone.

  • Hello Stranger

    Happy and I HONK it! Project Hello Stranger took to the streets on the 18th March 2012, in our first public appearance to bring warmth and closeness into the Singaporean hearts.