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ORKIDS (Our Kids Are Special) was established on 6 April 2012 and is officially known as Persatuan Kebajikan Anak-Anak Istimewa Selangor. It started off as a support group by parents to Down Syndrome children. After 10 years of operations, ORKIDS has now turned into a full-blown non-profit educational resource centre for special-needs children, managed by a group of dedicated parents, teachers and support staff.
Therefore, to mark our 10th Year Anniversary, we are pleased to organize our inaugural fund raising Charity Luncheon as per details below. All proceeds from the event will be channeled to ORKIDS school to support its operations and provide continuous education (including vocational programs) for our special-needs children.
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OrkidShoppe will be selling a few merchandise to help raise funds for Orkids School.
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ALL ABOUT ORKIDS
ORKIDS (Our Kids Are Special) or formally known as Persatuan Kebajikan Anak Anak Istimewa Selangor was established on 6th April 2012. It started off as a support group by parents to down syndrome children.
Orkids has now turned into a full-blown non-profit educational resource centre for these special-needs children managed by a group of dedicated parents, teachers and support staff.
Registered with The Registrar Of Society Selangor under the name Persatuan Kebajikan Anak-Anak Istimewa Selangor (ORKIDS) (Ros Registration Number: PPM-029-10-06042012).
ORKIDS programs cater for children with learning disabilities in general and specialised to support children with down syndrome.
ORKIDS aspiration is to ensure our students are prepared towards independence living; with continuous education programs from the age of seven and towards their readiness for vocational education training.
PARENTS SUPPORT GROUP (PSG)
ORKIDS’ parents support group is created to support the family and the centre in any events involving the students and parents/family members. The PSG roles are mainly to provide the following:
- Be the bridge between the centre, teachers and parents
- Support the centre’s initiated events and/or celebrations
- Organise talks/confererences to support the parents, siblings and family members