Service Directory for People with Disabilities
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|Name of Organization||BEAUTIFUL GATE FOUNDATION FOR THE DISABLED – KEPONG|
90 & 92, Persiaran Mergastua,
|Phone||603 - 62617049|
|Fax||603 - 62727049|
|Type of Organization||Vocational/Workshop/Employment-related Services|
|Nature of Business||Non-Profit|
|Contact Person/s||Thien Ka Yen|
|Geographical Area Served|
|Age Group Served||18-25 years,|
Above 25 years
|Types of Disability Served||Physical Impairment,|
Monday – Friday: 10.00am – 6.00pm Saturday: 10.00am – 2.00pm
|Geo Area Served|
|Disability Served||Physical Impairment and Cerebral Palsy|
|Other ability Served|
Chinese Annual conference of Methodist Church in Malaysia have commenced a ministry to care for the disabled since year 1993. The first Beautiful Gate centre was established in Petaling Jaya in year 1995 to provide accommodation, training & various services to the disabled in need, regardless of religion, race & status. Subsequently, other branches were set up in Kepong, Kampar, Seremban, Melaka and Klang. After 10 years of hardwork, Beautiful Gate centres are recognized by the government and registered as the Beautiful Gate Foundation for the Disabled in 2003.
Mission: Enhance quality of life of peole with disabilities, & assist in their total integration into mainstream Malaysian society. Objectives: – To share the love of Christ to disabled community – To help disabled people develop a healthy self-image – To train disabled people become self-sufficent & to integrate into society – To provide opportunities for disabled people to actively participate in social activities – To instill greater public awareness towards the plight of the disabled
|Other diff learning|
University Hospital Rehabilitation Department, General Hospital Rehabilitation Department, College of Prints Metropolitan. Promoting sports by organizing mini sport day annually which include wheelchair badminton, wheelchair table tennis, chess, etc Future plans: – To set up 20 hawker stalls for disabled around Kepong township – To provide personal care services for severely disabled people
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