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KUALA LUMPUR: Institutions of higher learning have been urged to provide equal opportunities and rights to students with disabilities to gain access to learning and experiencing normal campus life like other students.
KUALA LUMPUR: Iranian ambassador to Malaysia Ali Asghar Mohammadi emphasised the importance of cultural diplomacy to foster mutual understanding and elevate Iran-Malaysia bilateral relations. He said both countries had many things to offer, adding that Putrajaya and Isfahan (central Iran) were “twin cities” that should be promoted to the people of both countries.
KUALA PILAH: The government should consider increasing the allowance rate for persons with disabilities (PWD) to help reduce their cost of living burden, especially those who are unable to work actively, says Senator Datuk Ras Adiba Radzi.
KUALA PILAH (Bernama): The government should consider increasing the allowance rate for persons with disabilities (OKU) to help reduce their cost of living burden, especially those who are unable to work actively.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Employers are advised to attend Disability Equality Training (DET) workshops to encourage a wider understanding and knowledge of people with disabilities, says OKU Sentral president Senator Datuk Ras Adiba Radzi.
IPOH, (Bernama): The teaching and learning of sign language will be introduced at Perpaduan kindergartens next year, said National Unity Minister Datuk Halimah Mohamed Sadique.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Mental Illness Awareness and Support Association (Miasa) on Tuesday (Oct 12) launched its crisis helpline, MIASA_YSD-1-800 which connects callers with trained volunteers, caregivers and mental health advocates who can provide empathy and help alleviate times of crisis.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Social Welfare Department has been urged to provide compulsory special training for employees of childcare centres for special needs children or people with disabilities (OKU), especially children with autism.
JOHOR BARU: Only 1.8% of the adult population in Malaysia remains to be fully vaccinated before the country achieves its target of 80% adult population vaccinated under the national immunisation programme, says Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba.