To establish The Cerebral Palsy (Spastic) Children’s Association of Penang as a Centre of Excellence in the State of Penang …
To develop independence, confidence & self-esteem of individuals with cerebral palsy and help them achieve their full potential.
To inspire and empower children and young adults with cerebral palsy through a range of policies and service provisions to …
To harness all available qualified personnel to provide the best services, training and Special Education Programmes incorporating the latest technology …
The Spastic Children’s Association of Penang was founded by THE ROTARY CLUB OF PENANG in the year 1962. From its humble beginning at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Codrington Avenue and then at the mansion of the late Mr. Lim Cheng Ean at 67 Northam Road catering for about 21 children with Cerebral Palsy. The Association’s name was changed from The Spastic Children’s Association of Penang to The Cerebral Palsy (Spastic) Children’s Association of Penang in 1994. Presently, The Cerebral Palsy (Spastic) Children’s Association is located at 425, Jalan Masjid Negeri, 11600 Pulau Pinang on a 1.7 acres plot of land courtesy of the late Tan Sri Dato Loh Boon Siew and Lam Wah Ee Trustees.
The Cerebral Palsy (Spastic) Children’s Association of Penang (CPCAP) is one of the three dedicated centres for cerebral palsy in Malaysia. CPCAP features many services ranging from academic which emphasis on special education and also computer assisted lessons, rehabilitation services ranging from Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Hydrotherapy. Daily morning exercise is too an integral part of our Centre. Apart from all these we too have started a Pre-vocational Training Unit and a Practical Class to prepare and equip our young adults towards a meaningful and gainful employment opportunities once they leave the Centre.
Early Intervention refers to educational and various therapy services provided to help children with special needs with an array of …Learn More
In the year 2006, the computer lab underwent a major restructuring. The DELL Asia Pacific Foundation donated 20 high end desktop …Learn More
Practical Class is mainly for young adults who were discharged upon attaining the maximum schooling age of 19. Here …Learn More
The goal of occupational therapy is to enable children with cerebral palsy to participate in activities of daily living that …Learn More
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