Disabled learn life, baking and dignity

Say it with flour: Teh (left) and the trainees at Bake with Dignity in Leisure Commerce Square, Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya.

KUALA LUMPUR: To most parents, having children with learning disabilities is a major concern, and it can be quite a challenge when they get older.

To enable these adults with autism or Down Syndrome or slow learners to be independent, an NGO – Dignity and Services (D&S) – has been carrying out supported living programmes to equip them with life and communication skills since 2007.

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