Members rebuild disability centre garden
A group from Girlguiding LaSER has travelled to Malaysia to remodel
the garden of a therapy and rehabilitation centre for children with
The 16 participants will create a playground, fountain and paint a
mural so that the outside area is more enjoyable for the young
people. It will be used as part of their therapy, enabling them to
explore senses like smell and touch.
‘This project is very good, and this is my first trip to Malaysia
and the first time that I have embarked on such a project,’
15-year-old Guide Natalie told the New Straits
‘I'm very happy because I can help children
and people with disabilities at this centre,’ she added.
The project, which took two years of planning, is taking place at
Persatuan Pemulihan Sultan Azlan Shah, a voluntary organisation in
the northwest city of Ipoh.
Read the original report here.
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