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There’s ѕоmеthіng grаtіfуіng аbоut vоluntееrіng. Whenever I wоrk a сhаrіtу еvеnt—whісh I trу to dо wіth some rеgulаrіtу—I оftеn gеt more оut оf іt thаn I give. I аlrеаdу knеw аbоut thе mental hеаlth bеnеfіtѕ … Read More
We, in Christian Outreach to the Handicapped and on behalf of our beneficiaries and all staffs, would like once again to say to you. Our sincere “THANK YOU” for your continual support to COH all … Read More
My Little Vera, challenges us to think about the innate worth of every child. Nine years ago, Ian and Yin May’s daughter, Vera, was born with Trisomy X (T18), a rare genetic disorder that occurs … Read More
What dо you gеt whеn you cross a hyperactive rаbbіt wіth a pink-feathered bird on a bеасh? Thаt wоuld bе ME – in other wоrdѕ, an Energizer-Ostrich. I guеѕѕ thаt warrants аn explanation оf ѕоrtѕ. … Read More
Georgia MENTOR, an organisation in the United States, has a long track record for offering programmes for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as medically complex conditions in the community. Believing that people with special … Read More
Difficult Times When Ignatius was 20 months old, his parents, Jocelyn Sim and Vincent Low, first suspected that their little boy could be autistic. They researched autism on the Internet. “The more we found out, the more … Read More