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Memorandum on Inclusive Education

Vacancy: Looking for enthusiastic and committed staff to work with children with disabilities . Interested candidate please fill in the form and email to acspenang@gmail.com.

Aktiviti ACS March 2016

Inclusive Link Aug 2012

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Saturday Social Club

● 22 February - 2 March 2017
Kacau-Kacau Art Exhibition at Khazanah, UAB Building, Georgetown

● 26 February 2017
Visit our stall at Little Penang Street Market

● on going
Visit our outlet stores at Armenian Street Penang or Kedai Bikin KL

● On going - Skills Workshop Packages

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AUSTRALIA-MALAYSIA PARTNERSHIP EXCHANGE PROGRAMME FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD WORKERS

This is a joint collaborative project of Noah’s Ark Family Resource and Toy Library for Children with Special Needs, Victoria (Australia) and Asia Community Service, Penang (Malaysia), with funding assistance from the Myer Foundation.

The objective of this project is to promote grass roots level relationship between early childhood intervention organizations in Australia and Malaysia. It is the aim that this partnership will lead to better lives for children with disabilities.

The exchange programme consists of a two-fold part:-

Early intervention worker(s) from Malaysia on a one month exposure visit placements in Victoria, Australia.

Professional early childhood intervention worker from Australia working alongside and training staff in Malaysia.

Please contact us for more details OR

Click here for more information guidelinesapplication and medical form.

JAPAN-MALAYSIA MUTUAL STAFF EXCHANGE TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR CHILD WELFARE WORKERS

This is a project sponsored by the Foundation for Children’s Future, Japan and coordinated locally by Asia Community Service, Penang, Malaysia. The exchange programme is two-way i.e. Japanese child care workers on placement in Malaysia for one month one year alternated by Malaysian child care workers to be placed in Japan for a similar period the following year.

The 10-year Japan-Malaysia Exchange Programme which started in 1999, is intended to promote the quality of staff working in the area of child welfare in both countries.

Year Name Organisation
1999 Penny Kong Pui Lee Salvation Army, Penang
  Jemmal Rajendran St Josephs' Home, Penang
2000 Haruki Ohwaki Chiran Children's Home, Kagoshima
  Takayuki Suzuki Nanohanaen Institution, Mie Prefecture
2001 Charissa Chiam Rumah Sayangan, KL
  Jasmine Woon Compassion Home, Selangor
2002 Yuzuru Kinoshita Bifuka Ikusei-en Children's Home, Hokkaido
  Ryo Futatsuyama Sendai Christian Children's Home
2003 Lee Soo Hoon ACS First Step, Penang
  Permma Vellaisamy Shelter,Selangor
2004 Noriko Yamauchi Fukuoka Children's Home
  Chihiro Nimaida Osaka Children's Homeomote th
2005 Suzanne Lee Rumah Charis, KL
  Elizabeth Saroja Rumah Juara, Selangor
2006 Mineyuki Abe Chouyo Gakuen Children's Home, Tokyo
  Yuichi Terada Casa de Santa Maria (Support Facility for Mothers and Children), Kanagawa
2007 Brandon Lee Kam Wai Bureau on Learning Difficulties Pusat BOLD-PDSC, Penang
  Leong Ming See Bureau on Learning Difficulties Pusat BOLD-PDSC, Penang

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