Centre gives the disabled a shot to be self-reliant

Giving a helping hand: Workers carrying out their task at the Bengkel Seri Sembilan in Seremban. — Bernama

SEREMBAN: At a glance, they look no different from any other person, but on closer observation, it becomes obvious that they have disabilities with some of them on wheelchairs while others use sign language to communicate.

They are among 46 workers currently attached with Bengkel Seri Sembilan, a vocational centre in Mambau which opened in 1977 to provide skills-based training and employment opportunities to the disabled community.

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