What are the Abilympics? The Abilympics is a special event, named because it is an Olympics of abilities. It was first held in Tokyo in 1981, to commemorate the United Nations International Year of Disabled Persons. The second Abilympics was held in Colombia in 1985. The third Abilympics in Hong Kong also led to the...
What makes a house safer and more comfortable for the older people who live there? Designing an age-friendly home is also connected to universal design. But there are also specific things that will help with lower strength, senses and more. Living spaces Keep walkways and rooms obstacle-free. Too many pieces of furniture can crowd a...
All public higher education institutions (IPTAs) must become completely disabled-friendly within the next decade, says Dr Maszlee Malik.
The Education Minister said this was part of the guidelines for the OKU (Disabled) Inclusion in Higher Education Institutions Policy that was implemented in January.
Despite the searing hot weather, the mood was jubilant at Eco Ardence Sales Gallery in Setia Alam, Shah Alam, as participants converged for the #AnakAnak Malaysia Walk 2019.
There was exuberance in the air as differently-abled people from all walks of life gathered to show their patriotism and unity with gusto.
The Rotary Club Of Bukit Bintang conducted a service project by contributing funds to the Bodhi Homecare Centre Cheras in conjunction with its 29th Presidential and Board Installation. The club, the biggest in its district, also donated essentials and food items to the 30-year-old centre for the homeless, less fortunate children and the disabled.