Parents and Families Support through information, network, para counseling and training Training for staff, parents and volunteers in the community. Social Activities to provide opportunities for our students to interact socially and participate in leisure and recreation activities. Outdoor/Community Activities which
The Independent Training Group Home is a place where our young adults learn to live ordinary lives with minimal support, with their peers and away from their parents, in preparation for the future when their parents may no longer be
Set up on 6 March 2000, this program focuses on preparing our young adults to be gainfully employed in the community or work in a sheltered workshop for those who need ongoing training and support. 1. Employment Training The employment training
(for persons 14 years old and above) The DTP students learn independent living or life skills such as personal care, domestic living, functional academics, social interpersonal skills, recreation and leisure, civic and vocational skills. Students attend class sessions 3 times
- Therapy includes play, physiotherapy , sensory, hydrotherapy.
- Outreach service to home is extended to severely and multiply handicapped children whom parents are unable to bring to our Centre because of handling and mobility problems.
(for children 6 years old and below) The EIP helps stimulate all areas of the child’s development – Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Cognitive, Pre-Academics, Language, Communications, Social and Self-Help. Sessions are 3 times a week or once a week/fortnight for