Hospis Malaysia

in Differently Abled, Health, Senior Citizens, Tax Exemption

BACKGROUND/HISTORY When Established: 08/1991 Hospis Malaysia, the first hospice in Malaysia was formed in August 1991. It is born out of the awareness of the importance of introducing and developing professional palliative care for the public.  Hospis Malaysia is an independent charity, and is free from affiliation to other health institutions. Palliative care is the active care for patients with serious life limiting diseases. Thus, Hospis Malaysia strives to provide the best service for patients and their families, where pain management and control of symptoms, as well as monitoring of...

Bethany Home

in Children, Differently Abled, Education, Recommended, Senior Citizens

Who are we The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Malaysia and Singapore established Bethany Home in 1966. They are a Christian organisation that practices Christian values at the same time respecting other religions. This place is for all children from all religions and backgrounds. It was built to provide training and educational programmes for children and adults with disabilities including epilepsy, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, autism and many others. Bethany provides care for children and adults with disabilities from birth onwards, where the eldest is 55 years old. The...

Yayasan Pemulihan Orang-orang Cacat Kelantan (YOKUK)

in Differently Abled, Support Groups

Who are we Yayasan Pemulihan Orang-orang Cacat Kelantan is a charitable foundation established to alleviate the plight of the people with disabilities and to give them a meaningful life. The new building of the Yayasan, which was funded by donation was officially opened in year 2000. The Yayasan is the brainchild of the chairman of the board of trustees; the result of his compassion for the local disabled community. There are over over thousands of disabled persons registered with the Department of Social Welfare in Kelantan. However it is believed that there are many who has not yet...

Sarawak Society For the Blind, Sibu Division Branch

in Differently Abled, Recommended

BACKGROUND/HISTORY Description of Charity: The Society was registered in 1963 Objectives To work for the introduction and progressive improvement of policies and implementation of the programmes governing the education, rehabilitation, vocational training, employment and social integration and welfare of the blind and other programmes and schemes for the prevention of blindness. Two sheltered workshops, one built in 1969 and another one in 1983. Other buildings were added from time to time to meet the growing demand. Presently 28 blinds are recruited to do handicraft weaving, which is main...

YMCA Penang Deaf Club

in Support Groups, Differently Abled

Who are we YMCA runs a Centre for the hearing impaired whereby tuition for Primary and Lower Secondary students (both deaf camp; normal students are accepted), pre-school camp; speech training on Saturday for children of aged five and below are held. Our teachers are non-deaf with the knowledge of sign language. Education programme are planned to help expose or train the children/youth to be self-reliant in this modem society. Besides these activities, the Centre is also extending its service to assist the deaf people to find suitable jobs in its ‘ Helping the Unemployed Deaf’...

The Association of Resource and Education for Autistic Children (REACh)

in Differently Abled, Support Groups

Who are we The Association of Resource and Education for Autistic Children set up in 1987, also known as Lions REACH, provides free services for autistic children and their families. The centre is manned by a few dedicated and committed Lions and supported by the public and the Lions family throughout Malaysia. From a small group of four children, our centre is now offering free services to more than 55 children, ranging from 3 years old to 21 years old. We have also started another centre in Butterworth since 1998, to meet the increasing needs from the northern region in Malaysia. Both of...

Pusat Harian Harapan Bakti (Centre for Special Children)

in Children, Differently Abled, Tax Exemption

Who are we Pusat Harian Harapan Bakti, Balik Pulau (School For The Mentally Retarded Children) Balik Pulau, Penang was set up in March 1983 to cater for children with learning difficulties in the South-West District of Penang in Malaysia. It was officially declared open on 16th February 1984. Our objectives Support the children’s right to education Develop realistic goals for the children so that they will be more able to function purposely in community Protect the basic human rights of mentally retarded children. Encourage parents and family involvement in the child present...

Persatuan Membantu Orang-orang Kurang Upaya (Akal) Negeri Kedah

in Differently Abled, Children, Recommended

Who are we The society was officially registered with 11 core members. The number of core members has since increased to more than 50. Our services The society’s main project is the ‘Day Centre for Special Children’. Together the 11 members combined their resources to set up the Day Centre by renting the lower part of a two storey kampung (village) house. (The owner of the house stayed with his family on the upper storey). It was very small, only able to accommodate about 20 people. Two years later, the local government donated a single storey bungalow at the current...

Persatuan Untuk Insan Bermasalah Intelek Perak (Sekolah Semangat Maju Sitiawan)

in Children, Differently Abled, Education, Support Groups, Tax Exemption

Background Established in 1991, Sekolah Semangat Maju Sitiawan is one of six schools under the wing of Persatuan untuk Insan Bermasalah Intelak Perak or Perak Association for Intellectually Disabled (PAFID). The objective of the school is to provide education/training for children with intellectual disabilities. Sekolah Semangat Maju Sitiawan provides education for about 70 mentally disabled children and the school is run on a non-profit basis managed by volunteers. Parents of the children are also trained to take care of the children’s special needs. The New Zealand government supports the...

Persatuan Pemulihan Orang Cacat Negeri Perak

in Differently Abled

BACKGROUND/HISTORY When Established: February 1977 The society (PPOC Perak) was officially registered on February 12th 1977 with the Malaysian Registrar of Societies (ROS). Our main project is the sheltered workshop (Kinta Valley Workshop) for the disabled and the blind, situated about 5 kilometres from the town of Ipoh. Persatuan Pemulihan Orang Cacat Perak (PPOC Perak) merupakan salah satu Syarikat NGO berdaftar dibawah Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat di mana ia ditubuhkan secara rasmi mendaftar pada tahun 21 Febuari 1977 dan berdaftar dengan Pertubuhan Malaysia...

New Horizons Society (NHS) Early Intervention Centre

in Differently Abled, Support Groups

Who are we New Horizons was birthed as a result of the coming together of a group of like-minded individuals who saw a great need to provide practical help to an ever increasing number of children with learning disabilities. The Canning Garden EIP Centre opened in March 1995, providing an “early intervention programme” (or EIP) for children aged 6 months to 6 years old. Subsequently, the programme expanded to cater to young ‘home-based’ children who could not attend lessons at the centre due to various circumstances. Due to the high demand for services and long waiting list for...

Association of the Network for the Needs of Children with Disability (Perak)

in Children, Differently Abled, Recommended, Support Groups

Who are we Association of the Network for the Needs of Children with Disability (Perak) was officially registered by the Registrar of Societies in 1996.(Reg no. 4213/96). Network was formed by parents who have children with disability together with professionals & interested individuals. The main aims are:- 1) To create and foster a cooperative networking of the various social agencies involved in meeting the needs of children with disabilities 2) To promote continuous, effective planning to benefit the children with disabilities and their parents and carers 3) To ensure the availability...

Taman Sinar Harapan Tuanku Ampuan Najihah Seremban

in Children, Differently Abled, Recommended, Youth

Who are we The institution was set up in 1947 by the then Ministry of Social Welfare. It is situated about 3km from the town of Seremban. In 1978, the institution was designated especially for the care and training of mentally handicapped children. Accordingly it was renamed to its current name from State Home for Children, in honour of its Royal Patron, DYMM Tuanku Ampuan of Negeri Sembilan. Until 1983, the institution provided care for all categories of mentally disabled children with low to average functioning abilities. From 1984, it accepted only children below the age of 14 and who were...

Persatuan Penjagaan Kanak-Kanak Terencat Akal, Selangor

in Differently Abled

Who are we The centre was founded by Mr V. Rajamanikam, then with only seven children, the centre solely depended on public donations. Today, the centre accommodates almost 155 children with age-range that varies from three years to 51 years old. Despite having “adults” as our inmates, the centre still term them as “children”. The word “children” here is used loosely and it reflects the condition and the similar situation with which the young ones are facing. Most of the children are mentally disabled, meaning, they are unable to take care of themselves....

Damai Disabled Persons Association of Malaysia

in Differently Abled, Support Groups, Tax Exemption

Who are we Damai Disabled Persons Association of Selangor and Wilayah Persekutuan is a non-profit organisation started in 1998 by the disabled, for the disabled. Its vision is to bring forth structural and social change to eliminate prejudice and create educational and employment opportunities for the disabled. Its primary objective is to provide people with disabilities with the necessary skills to live independently. Essentially, Damai acts as a stepping stone for its members, which at the time of writing, stands at approximately 100 members. Damai provides its members with counselling,...

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