Pop by for sports workshops
He suffered a stroke last year and can no longer remember how he was before.
Mr Chang Phan Yong, 42, can only remember that he had fainted,and has been feeling weak on his right side ever since.
"I try to do as many things as I can on my own," said the bachelor, who lives alone.
"But volunteers from Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities help me with the housework."
Mr Chang can walk short distances unaided, but relies on a motorised wheelchair to get around.
He has been doing strengthening exercises at home, but is "very excited to learn new sports" at the Pop Up Clinic workshops today.
He was invited to the event by SPD, formerly known as the Society for the Physically Disabled.
Pop Up Clinic is an initiative by the People's Association (PA) along with various sports partners to make sports accessible to all Singaporeans.
"It is to showcase to our residents that they can do sports any time and anywhere, at their convenience," said Mr Michael Foo, director of the community sports division of PA.
Pop Up Clinic workshops will be held today at Tampines Central Park from 5pm to 8pm.
Those interested in having a go at new and modified sports can attend the workshops.
Residents from Tampines Central and Tampines West can expect modified games of tennis and Ultimate Frisbee by the Singapore Tennis Association and Freakshow, an Ultimate Frisbee club.
The workshops hope to demonstrate how open spaces can be easily converted into areas for sports. The game play will also be modified to suit people of all ages and abilities.
Mr Foo said: "The main purpose is to make these sports friendly for everyone, even children and the disabled."
After today's event, Singaporeans can look forward to eight more workshops at the Singapore Community Games Finals at Republic Polytechnic on June 5.
"By the end of Pop Up Clinic, community sports clubs will be equipped with the necessary knowledge to organise modified sports for their residents according to their requirements," said Mr Foo.
Mr Chang, who encourages everyone to stay active, said: "If I can do it, so can everyone.
"Most importantly, do not give up, because the world is filled with warmth and kindness."