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t r o p e R l a u 45th Ann

The Spastic Childrens Association of Johor


No. 138, Jalan Dato Menteri, 80100 Johor Bahru, Johor Darul Takzim. Tel: 07-2235452 / 2264380 Fax: 07-2234029 Email: admin@spasticjohor.org.my/ spasticjohor@yahoo.com 1 www.spasticjohor.org.my

Contents
Vision / Mission / Objectives of the Association Message from the Chairman Organizational Information Board of Directors 20122013 Key Officers for 20122013 Group Photos from Each Department Notice of 46th Annual General Meeting 2013 Agenda of Meeting 2013 Minutes of Annual General Meeting 2012 Financial Statements 2012 Services Rendered - School - Summary of School Program/Activities - Occupational Therapy - Speech Therapy - Physiotherapy - EIPIC - Summary of Rehab Program/Activities - Sheltered Workshop - Sports Introduction to the Spastic Childrens Association of Johor SCAJs Programs & Activities 2012 Corporate Member Form Life Member Form
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Vision
To be a centre of excellence in the region for the rehabilitation and habilitation of children and adults afflicted with cerebral palsy.

Mission
To promote the sharing of knowledge and ideas, quality training, rehabilitation and habilitation and to enhance the concept of the learning processes so as to enable and empower children with cerebral palsy to be as independent as possible.

Objectives
To develop skills and enhance confidence among children afflicted with cerebral palsy. To share knowledge and skills in the training of children with cerebral palsy. To plan and design relevant curriculae and training programmes. To develop local and international networking. To develop and support research and programmes related to children with cerebral palsy.
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Message From The Chairman


On behalf of The Spastic Childrens Association of Johor, I wish to record our gratitude and utmost appreciation to our Royal Patron Duli Yang Maha Mulia Raja Zarith Sofiah binti Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah and to our Honourable President and Menteri Besar of Johor, Yang Amat Berhormat Dato Haji Abdul Ghani bin Othman for their inspiration, sincerity and continuous support and care for special needs children. In April 2012, our Association celebrated its 45 years anniversary. Having started with only eight(8) children in a borrowed premise at the Jubliee Home, we have grown and today we have our own premise and cater to 151 special children afflicted with Cerebral Palsy. In the same year, our main hall had been renovated to be more user friendly to the spastic children in our care and other users (tenants). I am very pleased with this years programmes, activities and the services carried out by the Association for our special needs children. I wish to extend my special appreciation to the Board Members who have always given their unwavering support, time and co-operation and also to the volunteers, friends, sponsors and the caring citizens of Johor who have generously donated to make our projects and events possible. My deepest appreciations also go to the various government agencies, nongovernmental organizations and corporate companies for their contributions thus enabling our childrens welfare needs and services are being appropriately taken care of. We firmly believe that with the continuous care, ardent and whole hearted support from the public, we will achieve greater heights in the delivery of services for our special children. Thank you.

Yang Mulia Tunku Yan Nazihah binti Tunku Laxamana Nasir Chairman 4

Organisational Information for 2012/2013


ROYAL PATRON Duli Yang Maha Mulia Raja Zarith Sofiah binti Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah PRESIDENT Y.A.B Dato Haji Abdul Ghani bin Othman, DK., SPMJ., SMJ Y.A.B Datuk Khaled Nordin bin Muhammad (5.5.2013 -after general election 2013) CHAIRMAN Y.M. Tunku Yan Nazihah binti Tunku Laxamana Nasir, PIS DEPUTY CHAIRMAN Y.Bhg Dato Rahmat bin Abdul Rahman, DPMJ, PIS, BSI

HONORARY SECRETARY Mr. Rajendran. R. Manickam, PIS

HONORARY TREASURER Mr. Mohd. Daruis bin Zainuddin

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 1. 2. 3. Tn. Haji Sulaiman bin Hassan Mdm. Sukhjit Kaur S. Nazar Singh, SMJ Dr. Chum Kok Wai 4. Dr. Tan Boon Siong 5. Ir. Mohd Khir bin Muhammad 6. Mr. Mohd. Shah bin Kassim

HON. AUDITORS Messrs SQM (Firm No. AF 1428) Chartered Accountants (Malaysia) BANKERS

INTERNAL AUDITOR Pn. Hajjah Jamilah binti Yusoff

HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad Public Bank Berhad Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Berhad Hong Leong Bank Berhad CIMB Berhad

HONORARY ADVISORS Y.Bhg Datin Paduka Hajjah Rohaya binti Awang Y.Bhg Datin Paduka Hajjah Aminah binti Hashim Y.Bhg Datin Hajjah Jelita NoorAshikin binti Hussein Y.Bhg Datin Hajjah Rogayah binti Abdul Majid 5

Board of Directors 2012/2013

Standing from Left : Mr. Mohd. Shah bin Kassim, Mr. Rajendran a/l R. Manickam, Mdm. Sukhjit Kaur S. Nazar Singh and Dr. Chum Kok Wai. Siting from Left: Tuan Haji Sulaiman bin Haji Hassan, Dr. Tan Boon Siong, PhD, Y.B Dato Rahmat bin Abdul Rahman, Y.M Tunku Yan Nazihah binti Tunku Laxamana Nasir, Ir. Mohd. Khir bin Muhamad and Mr. Mohd. Daruis bin Zainuddin.

Key Officers

Zulaina binti Abdul Hamid Executive Secretary

Masny binti Sapuan Administrator

Ushananddini a/p Karthikasan Accounts Supervisor

Nooraini binti Najib Rehab. Coordinator

Kanan a/l Muniandy School Principal

Mohd. Fauzi bin Abdullah Operations Officer

Sarintan binti Maskam Senior Assistant Student Affairs

Jessica Ong Soon Moey Sheltered Workshop Supervisor

Myo Hlaing Physiotherapist

Noor Asilah binti Arshad Occupational Therapist Till: 30.08.2012

Muhammad Hanif bin Sanosi Occupational Therapist w.e.f: 01.08.2012

Chong Lun Cheh Speech Therapist

Administrative Personnel

From left : Maslizawati binti Osman, Zulaina binti Abdul Hamid, Masny binti Sapuan and Ushananddini a/p Karthikasan

School Teachers

Sitting from left : Anizah binti Ayob, Asiah binti Abdul Aziz, Kanan a/l Muniandy, Sarintan binti Maskam and Halimah binti Mohd Sohod. Standing from left : Zaiton binti Salamon, Niniyuhana binti Tajuddin, Yasmin binti Maiden, Grace Christina Indra a/p Devavaram, Zaibedah binti Mustapha, Sarifah binti Aris, Thilagavathi a/p Paramasivam, Tan Ah Lan, Agalya a/p Mahendren, Titik Haryanti binti Suharno and Hamidah binti Suratman. 8

Maintenance

Siting from left : Sandra, Mohd. Fauzi bin Abdullah, Tamil Selvi a/p Subramaniam Standing from left : Radin Iskandar bin Radin Jaafar, Ahmad Syah bin Ahmad Hanafi, Tong Boon Chai, Muhammad Nizam Niam bin Abdullah, Mohd. Adlin bin Adam and Chia Chee Huat.

Transportation

Standing from left : Rajab bin Mohd. Aris, Haji Abdul Rahim bin Salim and Rosman bin Md. Taib

Rehabilitation Department

Standing In front from left : Chong Lun Cheh (ST), Venuga a/p Kalidass (ST), Nooraini binti Najib, Aisyah binti Jaffar (OT), Thenmolly a/p Subramaniam (PT), Salasiah binti Ismail (OT) and Ezelene binti Abdullah (ST). Standing behind from left : Hassan bin Mustafa (PT), Taufiq bin Zamani (PT), Mohd. Hanif bin Sanusi (OT) and Myo Hlaing (PT).

Sheltered Workshop

Ms. Jessica Ong with sheltered workshop staff

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Notice of 46th Annual General Meeting


Ruj. Kami : Bil. ( 1 ) dlm SCAJ/AGM/Jld.27 Tarikh : 28hb November 2013 ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ Tuan/Puan yang dihormati, PER : NOTIS MESYUARAT AGUNG TAHUNAN KALI KE - 46 (2013)

Dengan segala hormatnya dimaklumkan bahawa Mesyuarat Agung Tahunan Yang Ke-46 Persatuan Kanak-Kanak Spastik Johor akan diadakan seperti catatan di bawah :Tarikh Masa Tempat : : : 13hb Disember 2013 (Jumaat) 5.30 petang Bilik Seminar Persatuan Kanak-Kanak Spastik Johor

Bersama-sama ini disertakan borang cadangan / usul. Segala cadangan / usul jika ada hendaklah sampai kepada Setiausaha Kehormat pada atau sebelum 06.12.2013. Tuan/Puan adalah dengan hormatnya dipersilakan hadir bagi melancarkan lagi perjalanan mesyuarat tersebut. Sekian, terima kasih. KE ARAH MASYARAKAT PENYAYANG Yang Ikhlas,

RAJENDRAN R. MANICKAM Setiausaha Kehormat

Agenda
1. 2. Ucapan Alu-Aluan Oleh Pengerusi Welcome Address by the Chairman Membentang Dan Menerima Minit Mesyuarat Agung Tahunan Yang Ke-45 Yang Telah Diadakan Pada 13hb Julai 2012 Confirmation of the Minutes of the 45th Annual General Meeting Held on 13th July 2012 Membentang Dan Menerima Laporan Tahunan Bagi Tahun 2012 Adoption of the 2012 Annual Report Membentang Dan Menerima Penyata Kewangan Bagi Tahun Berakhir 31hb Disember 2012 Adoption of the Statement of Accounts for the Year Ended 31st December 2012 Perlantikan Juruaudit Bertauliah (Kehormat) Bagi Tahun 2013 Appointment of Honorary Auditors for Year 2013 Perlantikan Penasihat-Penasihat Kehormat Appointment of Honorary Advisors

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7. Lain-Lain Perkara (Usul) Yang Telah Diterima Oleh Setiausaha Kehormat Sekurang-kurangnya 7 Hari sebelum Mesyuarat Secara Bertulis. Any Other Business Of Which 7 Days Prior Notice In Writing Has Been Given To The Honorary Secretary) 8. Ucapan Penangguhan Oleh Pengerusi Closing Address By Chairman

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Minutes of the 45th Annual General Meeting


The minutes of the 45th Annual General Meeting of the Spastic Childrens Association of Johor held on 13 th July 2012 at 5.30pm at the Seminar Room of the Spastic Childrens Association of Johor, No. 138, Jalan Dato Menteri, 80100 Johor Bahru. Members Present In attendance of staff and teachers of the Spastic Childrens Association of Johor. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. Yang Mulia Tunku Yan Nazihah binti Tunku Laxamana Nasir P. I. S. Y.Bhg. Dato Rahmat Abdul Rahman Mr. M. Rajendran P.I.S Mr. Mohd Daruis bin Zainuddin Dr. Chum Kok Wai Mdm. Sukhjit Kaur S.M.J. Dr. Tan Boon Siong Ph.D Ir. Mohd Khir Muhammad Ms. Lekha Nandey Mr. A. Thiyagarajah Ah Lau @ Heng Ah Lian Mr. Liang Teh Hai A.M.N. Mr. Wong War Tiong Mr. Makarno Talisang Ms. Angie Ng Ng Swee Heng Mr. Lee Tiam Swee Mr. Tang Kim Lin Mdm. Noor Khaida Wati Y.Bhg. Datin Paduka Hajjah Norsiah binti Haron Mr. Tay Kim Onn Mdm. Nirmalanayaki Tuan Haji Hamid bin Mohd Amin Mr. Yap Kim Sik Mdm. Lim Chiew Suan Mr. Mohamad Shah Kassim Chong Shih Wei Mr. Choo Kok Wah Mr. Mohd Rajuna Ahmad Shakri Yg Bhg Datin Suzainah binti Abdullah

AGENDA 1 : WELCOME ADDRESS BY THE CHAIRMAN The meeting was called to order at 5.30 pm by the Chairman, Yang Mulia Tunku Yan Nazihah binti Tunku Laxamana Nasir. She welcomed and thanked all present for taking their precious time to attend this meeting. In her speech, Yang Mulia Tunku Yan Nazihah outlined the highlights of the projects and activities in 2011. She also thanked the Royal Patron, our President, the Government, the general Public, all Volunteers, the Board Members, members and the Staff, who had generously supported and contributed towards the improvement of our centre.

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AGENDA 2 : CONFIRMATION OF THE MINUTES OF THE 43rd ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING HELD ON 5th DECEMBER 2010 The minutes of the 43rd Annual General Meeting of the Spastic Children s Association of Johor held on 5th December 2010 was adopted after it was :Proposed by Seconded by : : Ms. Lekha Nandey Mr. Tang Kim Lin

AGENDA 3 : ADOPTION OF THE 44th ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR 2011 The Annual Report of the Spastic Children s Association of Johor was tabled by the Honorary Secretary and subsequently adopted after it was :0 Proposed by Seconded by : : Mr. A. Thiyagarajah Pn. Noor Khaida Wati

AGENDA 4 : ADOPTION OF THE STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31 ST DECEMBER 2011 The Statement of Accounts for the year ending 31st December 2011 was presented by the Chairman on behalf of the Honorary Treasurer. Mr. A. Thiyagarajah stated that he wished to bring up the matter he had mentioned last year that the electricity charges should be put under General Expenditures and the Security expenses should be classified into the General Expenses as the Security is not only for the Hall but also for the Association as a whole. He further questioned on Note 7, page 21 as reflected, the cash and bank balances at bank at the end of the year was RM484,990.00, and that this amount should be placed in fixed deposit to gain interest. The Honorary Treasurer, En. Mohd. Daruis Zainuddin said that he would look into the matter and would make sure that the bank balance would be minimum at year end. Mr. Thiyagarajah again questioned on the list of donors not presented in the annual report. The Chairman explained that some donors do not wish their names to be appeared in the annual report and she that said she would seek donors permission before having their names in the annual report and will publish in future if they agree. En. Mohd Shah mentioned that on the Income and Expenditure Account at Page 14 of the annual report it is stated that only RM244.00 was spent for book and educational material in 2011, while RM14,400 was spent in 2010. The Treasurer said that with regards with this matter, it will be raised to the Auditors after the meeting as they are not here today. The statement was adopted after it was :Proposed by Seconded by : : Mr. A Thiyagarajah Yg Bhg Datin Paduka Hajjah Norsiah binti Haron

AGENDA 5 : ELECTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 2013/2014 As the new constitution has been approved by the Registrar of Societies in December 2009, this election therefore was conducted according to the new constitution. Under the new provisions, only the Chairman and Deputy Chairman were to be elected to the specific positions. The other eight ( 8 ) elected members of the Board shall have their portfolios decided jointly by the Chairman and her deputy. In addition, the Chairman may co-opt three ( 3 ) members to the Board in consultation with the new Board, anytime during the tenure of office. The nomination and election results are as follows :a ) Chairman Candidate : Y. M. Tunku Yan Nazihah bte Tunku Laxamana Nasir As there was only one nomination, therefore YM Tunku Yan was duly declared elected ( u nopposed ) . Proposed by : Ms. Lekha Nandey Seconded by : Mr. A. Thiyagarajah

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b ) Deputy Chairman Candidate : YB Dato Rahmat bin Abdul Rahman As there was only one nomination for this position, YB Dato Rahmat was duly elected ( u nopposed ) . Proposed by Seconded by : : Yg Bhg Datin Paduka Hajjah Norsiah binti Haron Pn. Noor Khaida Wati

c ) Honorary Secretary and Honorary Treasurer Candidate : Mr. M. Rajendran for Honorary Secretary Candidate : En. Mohd. Daruis bin Zainuddin for Honorary Treasurer Proposed by : Seconded by : Mr. A. Thiyagarajah Mdm. Lekha Nandey

d ) Board of Directors Nominations made were as follows: No . 1. Candidates Dr. Chum Kok Wai Proposer/Seconded

Proposed by Seconded by

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Mr. A. Thiyagarajah Mdm. Sukhjit Kaur Mr. Choo Kok Wah Tuan Haji Hamid bin Mohd Amin Yg Bhg Dato Rahmat bin Abd Rahman YM Tunku Yan Nazihah binti Tunku Nasir Yg Bhg Datin Paduka Hajjah Norsiah Ms. Lekha Nandey En. Mohd Rajuna Ahmad Sukhri Mdm. Nirmalanayaki Mr. A. Thiyagarajah Mdm. Sukhjit Kaur

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Ir. Mohd Khir bin Muhammad Proposed by Seconded by Tuan Haji Sulaiman bin Hassan Proposed by Seconded by Mrs. Sukhjit Kaur Proposed by Seconded by

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En. Mohd Shah bin Kassim Proposed by Seconded by Dr. Tan Boon Siong Proposed by Seconded by

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AGENDA 6 : APPOINTMENT OF HONORARY AUDITORS FOR THE YEAR 2012 SQ Morison Chartered Accountants ( Malaysia ) were appointed as the external Auditors for the Financial Year 2012/2013 after they were :Proposed by Seconded by : : Mr. A. Thiyagarajah Pn. Noor Khaida Wati

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AGENDA 7 : APPOINTMENT OF HONORARY TRUSTEES There is no provision for the appointment of Trustees under the new Constitution and therefore no appointment was made.

AGENDA 8 : APPOINTMENT OF HONORARY ADVISORS The Chairman informed that the Honorary Advisors namely Yang Berbahagia Datin Paduka Hajjah Aminah binti Hashim and Datin Hajjah Jelita Noor Ashikin binti Hussein will remain. AGENDA 9 : ANY OTHER MATTERS 9.1 Smoking in Association premises Ms. Lekha Nandey brought up a complaint that a few of SCAJ staff were found smoking at the premises. She added that smoking in public area is prohibited and suggested that the Management should strictly look into this matter. Mdm. Sukhjit Kaur suggested a penalty for those found smoking. The Chairman said that the Board of Directors ( BOD ) would discuss with regards to this matter.

AGENDA 10 : CLOSING ADDRESS The Chairman, in her closing address once again thanked all members who were present, the generous public who donated, not forgetting the welfare and government departments. The Chairman further said that if any member has any comment or wish to bring any matter to the BOD s attention, they can email through www.spasticjohor.com or to spasticjohor@yahoo.com. The Meeting ended at 7.30pm with a vote of thanks to the Chair.

Minutes Recorded by, Ms. R. Velutha @ Shanti

Confirmed by:

Approved by:

M. Rajendran PIS Honorary Secretary 2012/2013

... YM. Tunku Yan Nazihah binti Tunku Laxamana Nasir Chairman 2012/2013

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SCHOOL REPORT Teaching And Learning


The Special Education School for children afflicted with Cerebral Palsy provides special education for 82 children between the ages of 5 to 20 with Cerebral Palsy in 10 classrooms. Many of these children have multiple disabilities and are not able to benefit from the education curriculum provided by normal schools. The school aims to provide opportunities to maximize the potential of each and every student at the school, through reviews of the services of programmes that are being offered, in order to ensure that the students receive the best education at this centre. Teacher pupil ratio of 1:8 is kept low so that greater individual attention can be given to each child. The more academically-inclined children are given the opportunity to handle various levels of the special primary school syllabus in Mathematics, English, Bahasa Melayu and Science, tailored closely following the guidelines by the Ministry of Education Malaysia. Educational goals of each student are analyzed to ensure continuity and suitability to the future needs of each student. This is where the Individuals Education Plan (IEP) was developed to provide appropriate education and training for every child with disability. A well planned IEP is programmed for the child by including various specialists Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy and behavioral management in addition to special education. Significant developments have also been made in the area of co-curriculum activities. The revamping of co-curriculum activities will ensure greater focus, so that students can be provided with more opportunities to grow and develop in specific skill areas. The objectives of the activities are two fold. Students who are new to the activities are given exposure and focus on skills acquisition while students who possess pre-requisite skills focus on competence training. In this way, a greater student population can be involved and benefit from the co-curriculum activities.

Early Intervention Programme (EIP)


Children between the ages of five and six are placed in E.I.P. to receive programmes designed to their individual needs. Once they learn to adapt to the classroom set up, to peer group integration, to attend to basic manipulative activities, they are separated into categories, namely those academically inclined and those who are not.

Oral Lesson : to encourage students to communicate by speaking and sign language.

Morning Break : students are trained to feed themselves. Students are provided with special cutlery if needed

Focus : teach children to focus on the activities.

Individual training: one to one activities

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Special Pre-School Curriculum


The children are taught special pre-school curriculum tailored to their individual needs. The activities normally cover motor skills, perceptual skills, self care skills, social competence, pre-numbers and language development. At the end of the year, students who are able and independent will be assigned to the main stream school.
Oral Class : students are taught to recognize and get used to basic everyday words

Often, each student is given personal attention by the class teacher to ensure all students benefit.

Special Curriculum
Children in class 1 Jingga and 1 Hijau, are taught special curriculum tailored to their individual needs. They are taught a special curriculum, stressing on daily living skills. They are taught motor skills, self care skills and social competence, pre-number, colouring and language development. These activities are conducted in a play mode for them to enjoy and remember easily. At the end of the year, they are separated into two categories, namely those who are academically inclined and those who are not.

Manipulative Exercise : students are given work to improve hand - eye coordination.

Manipulative Exercise : some students are given work that requires basic knowledge, such as numbers and alphabets.

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Main Stream School Curriculum


Children who are academically inclined are taught KSSR (Kurikulum Standard Sekolah Rendah) curriculum tailored to their individual needs. Academic classes are divided into two levels. Level 1 for year 1, 2, 3 and level 2 for year 4, 5, 6. In level 1 and level 2, students are taught Bahasa Melayu, English, Science, Mathematics and Arts. In these classes, the teachers will instruct more of KSSR curriculum lessons and activities. Those who are academically inclined, are also taught skills in computer. Computer skills are important for students because they will be sitting for the UPSR examination using the computer. To enhance their understanding towards their learning, students sit for monthly examinations, besides the usual year end examinations. Children who completed standard six are encouraged to sit for the UPSR school examinations. We are proud to mention that some students continuing their Secondary School Education at Sekolah Menengah Bandar Baru Uda and Sekolah Menengah Tasik Utara are from here.

English Class in session

Some students use laptop to do classwork, depending on their writing skills.

Exercises are given in different formats, also depending on students ability

Manipulative activities : improve coordination and train students to focus.

Manipulative Exercise : improve hand - eye coordination

Flashcards are used introduce English words.

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Special Curriculum For The Severely Afflicted Group


These in 3 Biru and 4 Kuning classes, the children are very severely. Children afflicted who are non-academically inclined are taught a special curriculum, tailored to their individual needs. They cant move independently. So, we emphasize more Activities of Daily Living (ADL). ADL is used throughout rehabilitation and also used for adults with developmental disabilities. Dressing, feeding and toileting are examples of ADL activities. We instruct the special children how to be as independent as possible. In addition to the needs of the students, we have two general workers who assist the teacher in the area of toileting and changing diapers. 3 Biru and 4 Kuning are two classes which directly follow this programme.

Manipulative Exercise : hand - eye coordination improvement

Manipulative Exercise : hand eye coordination improvement and to practice independence

Colouring : students learn basic skills and are encouraged to colour independently

Pre-Vocational Programme
Between the ages of fourteen to sixteen, students who are physically and mentally able, are placed in pre-vocational classes, where they are taught pre-vocational skills. The type of activities provided to the students are based on their individual capability and ability. For example, cutting, folding, pasting, sewing, tying, etc. with material such as paper, cloth, wood, etc. This pre-vocational programme is designed to prepare, expose and initiate skills practice before they are allocated to the vocational class. The students are taught basic academic work such as language, mathematics and religious knowledge. Those who are unable to read and write are engaged in pre-school activities.

Activity Folding Box

Decorating flower pots - Train students to be creative and focused

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Vocational Programme
At the age of sixteen, the students are placed in vocational classes where they are taught manipulative and vocational skills. For example, cutting of paper and cloth, basic sewing, cross stitching, bookmark making, weaving foot rugs or basketry , cooking lessons and personal hygiene. In addition, they also participate in mobility programmes such as going to the supermarket, post office, bank, boarding and alighting the bus and train in preparation for their open employment. Beside this, we enrich the students with 3Ms skill, Membaca, Mengira dan Menulis. Activity vocational class

Students help prepare food to feed fishes

Students feed the fishes

Beading : to train students to be focused and improve coordination

Weaving : train students to be creative and focused

Cross Stitching: encourage creativity and train students to be focused

Some artworks made by students from Vocational Class

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Co-Curricular Activities
Girl Guiding and Boy Scouting are two uniform groups in our special education school. These are part of the school co-curricular activities. They hold their fortnightly meetings every Wednesday. They are actively involved in activities which help to mould their characters through the specially modified programme tailored according to their special needs. There are also indoor camps and campfire similar to activities of normal guides and scouts. Our guiders and scouters undergo training courses and sit for various tests in order to upgrade their skills and knowledge in guiding and scouting.

Islamic Religious Classes


The purpose of this class is to teach basic Islamic beliefs and concepts. It comprises of teachings and practices from the Holy Book of Al-Quran and Hadis. The Iqra, Fardhu Ain and Fardhu Kifayah practical classes are provided to help students to visualize and enhance their understanding from the learned theories. The Jabatan Agama Islam Johor assists us in getting Ustazah to guide Islamic Education for our children.

Computer Programme
Computers not only aid in reinforcing classroom lessons but also serve as a mode of communication to non-verbal CP children. More students are being encouraged to become computer savvy.

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Mobility Programme
Every Wednesday, 8.00am 10.00am. Students are divided into 5 categories. * EIP * Junior Non-walkers * Junior walkers * Senior Non-walkers * Senior walkers Different games are planned to encourage students to be mobile.

EIP

Junior Non-Walkers

Junior Walkers

Senior Walkers

Senior Non-Walkers

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The Audio Visual Room


The AVA room helps enhance classroom learning, ranging from nursery rhymes to language and mathematics. The children also get to relax, viewing cartoons and movies. We also provide TV Pendidikan, Radio Pendidikan and educational CDs.

Teacher explaining to the children programme about the

Weekly Assembly
* Every Tuesday * Students and teachers sing the National Anthem, the State Anthem and the school song. * Announcements for the week are made.

Daily Exercise
* Everyday except Friday * With a teacher leading the exercise, students will follow with the aid of other teachers.

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School Activities Report Year 2012


21.2.2012 (Tuesday) January & February Birthday Celebrations were held on 21st February 2012 at Spastic Childrens Association of Johor hall and entertained by students from Sekolah Kebangsaan Perempuan Jalan Yahya Awal. 7.3.2012 (Tuesday) Voluntary work by Anderson Secondary School Students Singapore

21.3.2012 (Wednesday) Maulidul Rasul celebration being more meaningful with the presence of all school students.

22.3.2012 (Thursday) Birthday Celebrations for the month of Mac. Birthday celebrations have become more lively with the presentation by pupils from Sekolah Kebangsaan Nong Chik, Johor Bahru. Songs and dance performances were held.

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28.3.2012 (Wednesday) A total of 99 people including parents, visited the Singapore Mandai Zoo.

12.4.2012 (Thursday) The 40th Annual sports day was held on 12 April 2012. Students were divided into 4 groups. Senior Walkers, Senior Non Walkers, Junior Walkers, Junior Non Walkers and Severe group. All the children had fun on that day.

19.4.2012 (Thursday) Monthly birthday celebrations were held with performances. Teacher's Day

16.5.2012 (Wednesday) celebration was held at

association level. Members of the Board attended the program.

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School Activities Report Year 2012

17.5.2012 (Thursday) Birthday Celebrations for May. Y.M. Tunku and Board Members also attended the Birthday celebrations. The presence of staff from Hospital Columbia, Nusajaya, Johor, made this event more enjoyable and memorable.

15.6.2012 (Friday) Because children with cerebral palsy generally have inadequate oral hygiene, they are more susceptible to cavities. Also, because they are mouth-breathers (dries the oral tissues and plaque sticks more readily). Be sure to have our child using a fluoride product as recommended by our dental staffs.

21.6.2012 (Thursday) Invitation to participate in the Annual Sports Day of Sekolah Menengah Permas Jaya 3. Children took part in the athletes run and shot putt events. 26 students and 13 staffs attended.

28.6.2012 (Thursday) On 28th Jun 2012 Spastic school held a camp fire in the recreational forest UTM for 2 days and 1 night, attended by the Royal Highness Paduka Puteri Tunku Aminah Maimunah binti Sultan Ibrahim. A lot of activities were held. All pupils enjoyed themselves.

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5.7.2012 (Thursday) A study tour to Kluang on the Malayan Railway train from Johor Baharu to Kluang. A total number of 55 students and 30 staff members took part. In Kluang a bus ride of Kluang town. After that, a visit to Organic Garden Zenxin, Kluang before returning home.

12.7.2012 (Thursday) Project work together with COSMO Institute POINT, Johor Bahru, Johor. 40 students and 9 lecturers participated in that program.

30.8.2012 (Thursday) Independence Day Celebratio n was

6.9.2012 (Thursday) Birthday Celebrations for month of August and September was held in the Spastic Hall. Food for students was sponsored by Mr. Karthigayans family from Singapore.

successfully held in the Spastic hall.

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School Activities Report Year 2012


8.9.2012 (Saturday) Sports Carnival, by the "National Tamil Youth 12.9.2012 (Wednesday) Hari Raya Celebration was more meaningful with the presence of all Board of Directors.

Network Development" at Millennium Sports Complex, Skudai, JB. 20 students and 10 teachers were involved in this program.

23.10.2012 (Tuesday) Recreational Club competition was held among the pupils. Different games such as Congkak, Chess, Carrom, Dam Haji, Snake & ladders, Tic Tac Toe, Stick and Soft Dart were organized.

30 & 31.10.2012 (Tuesday & Wednesday) The open day was held at the School. The objective was to encourage parents to get to know the childrens progress throughout the year. At the same time, parents therapists. received advice and reports from teachers and

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1.11.2013 (Thursday) Deepavali celebrations were held in the dining hall. Parents were very responsive. Y.M. Tunku and all Board Members attended this function.

12.12.2013 (Wednesday) Pupils took part in the XVI Paralimpiad Malaysian Games 2012 in Kuantan, Pahang. 5 pupils were involved in the Boccia Games. Lim Ship Miao and Chew Wei Lun won gold medals in singles BC 1 and BC 3. At the same time Liew Chiau Fui won a bronze in singles BC 3 and one gold for pair BC 3. In games Boccia, Johor was the overall medal champion.

Teachers & Rehab staffs with Board of Directors

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Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy services promote a cerebral palsy child to perform daily rituals and activities of daily living (ADL) in a way that will enhance their quality of life and make possible enjoyment of independent living. Occupational Therapy services provide them with positive, fun and purposeful activities to enhance their cognitive, physical, and fine motor skills and increase their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment. There are 83 school students and 25 out-patients receiving occupational therapy services at Spastic Johor. Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Skills Activities that are oriented towards taking care of ones own body also called basic activities of daily living such as personal hygiene, grooming and feeding.

Fine Motor Skills Involves the using of small muscle groups for controlled movements, particularly in object manipulation.

Cognitive The ability to use higher brain functions in attention span, memory, orientation, categorization and problem solving

Sensory and Perception The ability to receive input and organize sensory input into meaningful patterns

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Prewriting and Scissoring Skills The functional skills of handwriting support the academic tasks of writing. Scissoring skills are what we need to manipulate scissors specifically opening and closing the hand to cut paper, straws, and yarn.

Coordination It is related to using more than one body part to interact with task objects in a manner that supports task performance.

Group Therapy The group allows the student to develop good peer relationship and socialization skills.

Home Modification Home modifications change the home environment to allow children to function with maximum independence.

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Speech Therapy
Speech therapy provides services and supports for families and their children with cerebral palsy who have speech, language, communication, drooling, and feeding/swallowing difficulties. There are 56 school students and 25 out-patients involved in the individual and group therapy sessions . Develop clear and intelligible speech in conversations.

Improve receptive and expressive language skills

Use alternative and/or augmentative communication (eg. gesture, picture pointing) effectively in social/academic situations

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Develop social interaction skills appropriate for age and cultural expectations in various communicative contexts.

Reduce the frequency and quality of drooling saliva

Use strategies for effective management of feeding/swallowing deficits and develop age appropriate oral-motor skills

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Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy is an important treatment process which helps the Cerebral Palsy child to move towards the pathway of independent lifestyle. There are 84 school students from the ages of 5 to 17 years, 41 students from the workshop (18 years and above), 6 EIPIC students, and 15 outpatients managed by Physiotherapists as an individual in group therapy and recreational play. Therapy Activities

Walking Balance

Stairs Climbing

Walking Training

Jumping

Leg Strengthening

Group Therapy

Strength Training

Standing

Balloon Tennis

Mat Activity

Bowling

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Synchronized Swimming

Hydrotherapy helps in reducing spasticity, improving breathing control, balance and co-ordination. These are half hour sessions, 5 times per week, basically on Tuesdays, Thursdays and alternate Fridays.

Hippotherapy is carried out with 12 students on pre-fixed dates at the Horse Riding School, UTM Skudai, Johor Bahru.

Home Management Programme Physiotherapists with other staff, visit students homes during school holidays to train the parents on how to modify the available material, furniture and apply it for home exercises programme.

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Early Intervention Programme for Infant and Children (EIPIC)


The aim of EIPIC is to maximize the childs developmental growth, by providing holistic and individualized programmes. It equips them with fine/gross motor, cognitive, communication, social and self-help skills. The age range is between 3 to 5 years old.

At about this stage, children are ready for a little independence and have the opportunity to share and play with others.

By now their social capacity would have increased and they will be able to understand simple commands.

Play activities and socializing in unstructured situations with the combination of music, language, mathematics, art, themes, stories and other resources.

The use of play is not only to develop the childs functional skills but also to fulfill their interactive activities to help them understand new concepts and skills easily.

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Summary of Rehab Program / Activities 2012


Program / Activities Preliminary Evaluation (Jan. - Nov.): Screening & case history interview of new cases by the multi-disciplinary team - PT (gross motor), OT (fine motor), ST (speech & language) before admission to the special school or for outpatient therapy

Group Therapy (Jan.-Nov.): Activities carried out based on the respective therapy, geared towards the diverse and individualised needs of our special pupils to develop social skills and self-confidence

Clinical Placement (Jan, Sept, Oct): Physiotherapists supervise the clinical sessions to the physiotherapy students from MAHSA University College throughout the attachment period.

Training Courses/ Seminars/ Workshops attended by Rehab staff: Upgrade staff knowledge & skills Kepenggunaan Kesedaran & Tanggungjawab Pengguna at Hotel Seri Malaysia, JB-(Jan.) OSH-Risk Assessment at Hospital Sultanah Aminah, JB-(March) Celik P.I.P.I on Managing Children with Special Needs at Monash University Hospital Sultanah Aminah, JB -(April) Briefing on Sistem Pengurusan Maklumat OKU-(May) Brainstorming Strategic Planning Workshop at M-Suites Hotel, JB-(June) 17th National CP Seminar 2012 at Crystal Crown Hotel, PJ-(Sept.) Hydrotherapy Congress at Sentosa Convention Centre, Singapore-(Sept.) Residential Training Camp on Management of children with special needs at Pulai Springs Resort, Johor Bahru - (Oct.) Orthotic Workshop from Cascade DAFO, Inc. at Spastic Johor-(Oct.)

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Summary of Rehab Program / Activities 2012


Visitors: Visit to the school, sheltered workshop & rehab department as an awareness program on activities and services provided for CP children Medical students - Newcastle University (Jan. & March) Monash University Melbourne & Johor Bahru - (April) KPJ International College of Nursing and Health Sciences Dental students UKM October

Outreach Program at Pontian (March) and Segamat (July): Awareness & training for parents/caregivers of PWD on the needs of early intervention and suitable techniques, special education and other forms of assistance

Visit and Voluntary activities by teachers and students from Anderson school, Singapore (March): Visitors offered their services by cleaning-up & painting the premises.

Educational Outings: Visit to Mandai Zoo, Singapore (March) Train trip to Kluang & Visit to ZenXin Organic Park (July) Pupils were given the opportunity to participate in the outings which encouraged awareness and socialization

In-house Staff Development Program on Management of CP for teachers & therapy aides (March & June school term breaks): The training program was conducted by therapists, and designed to upgrade teaching skills & managing rehab activities effectively

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Sukaneka(April): The annual sports day promotes the development of gross motor skills, fine motor skills, eye hand coordination skills, cognitive and communication skills for pupils.

Synchronized swimming (June) Sports for PWD (July) : Staff participated in the sessions which were conducted by Ms. Morita & Ms. Miharu from JICA. This training is to be applied for improvement of the students in physical aspects.

Case Discussion (May July): Sharing of ideas & analyzing the functional goals of each pupil in various rehab aspects among therapists

OPEN DAY (Oct.): Therapist presented pupils discussion with parents

progress

reports

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Visit to Flying Kids Occupational therapy, Nusa Bestari - (Oct.): Occupational therapists visited the program related to the development and management of Sensory Integration and also for proposal inputs

Orthopaedic Examinations -(0ct) : Rehab staff accompanied pupils on the first appointment to be examined by the Orthopaedic surgeon during the Cooperate Social Responsibility programme by Columbia Asia Hospital, Nusajaya

Home Visits (Dec.): Therapists visited Mok Swee Yeng to view her progress & advice on post-surgery home management

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Sheltered Workshop
The Sheltered Workshop with 43 adults afflicted with Cerebral Palsy was setup to cater for employment skills. These special persons are unable to find work in the open employment as mobility and transportation facilities are main obstacles faced by them. We have wheelchair and rollator bound workers. They are mainly involved in weaving floor mats and rugs. They also do cross stitches for clocks, cushions and decorative items, Knitting and recycling paper items are also done here. Floor mats are the main products. On an average of 30 to 50 floor mats are produced monthly and sold at RM5.00 per piece.

Material Weaving Floor Mat

Making Fiber Wool Rug

Cross-Stitching

Ms. Jessica celebrating birthday with her staff

On an outing

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Sports
1. Sports activities were carried out according to schedule prepared. 2. 5 pupils participated in Athletics whilst 6 pupils took part in Boccia games. 3. Intensive sports training was being conducted in October 2012 for preparation for the National Championships Paralimpiad XVI held on 8th 14th December 2012 at Kuantan, Pahang. 4. The athletics team sent 2 athletes and won 1 gold medal and 2 bronze medals. The boccia team sent 5 persons and won 1 gold medal and 2 bronze medals.

Boccia Team

Athletics Team

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2 athletes were involved in Sports for the Disabled, organised by Jabatan Belia and Sukan Johor from 2nd 4th December 2012 at Stadium Larkin Johor. Spastic pupils received two invitations for sports during the year 2012 to :i. Sports Day Sekolah Menengah Permas Jaya 3 on Jun 2012.

3 SMK Permas Jaya students joined in the event

Spastic Children throwing shot put.

ii. Tamil Youth Association at Tampoi Hall on September 2012.

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Introduction to the Spastic Childrens Association of Johor


BRIEF HISTORY The Spastic Childrens Association of Johor was formed in 1967. It started with only eight (8) children in a borrowed premise at the Jubilee Home. Today the Association has its own premises and caters to the needs for 157 special children afflicted with Cerebral Palsy (CP). The Association takes pride in being one of the First and only organization in the State of Johor that provides specialized professional services for children with Cerebral Palsy. PATRONAGE / HONORARY PRESIDENT Her Royal Highness Raja Zarith Sofiah binti Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah is the Royal Patron and the Chief Minister of Johor is the Honorary President of the Association. MANAGEMENT An elected Board of Directors manage the Association. FACILITIES The Association manages a Special Education School, a Rehabilitation Department, Vocational Classes and also runs a Sheltered Workshop for those who graduate from the school at the age of 18, the oldest being 49 years old. EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAMME (PRE-SCHOOL) Children are admitted to the Early Intervention Programme upon attaining the age of five (5). In this programme, children learn mainly through play and attend regular therapy sessions. It is also at this stage when children who are academically inclined are identified. SPECIAL EDUCATION Children who are admitted to the Special School from the EIP programme are separated into two categories. Those who are academically inclined are taught the mainstream curriculum while the others are taught a special curriculum tailored to suit the individuals needs and abilities with special emphasis on functional skills. The academically inclined sit for the UPSR examinations and will be transferred to the mainstream schools on passing the examinations. REHABILITATION SERVICES The Rehabilitation department caters to the needs of the children at the School as well as to provide out-patient services to young children as early as 1 year old. While at school the children are provided regular Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy, Hydrotherapy and Hippotherapy. These children are attended to by medical consultants from the Government and Private Hospitals. These consultants plan the childrens mode of treatment and review their progress. VOCATIONAL CLASSES At the age of sixteen, the children are placed in Vocational classes where they are taught social and daily living skills together with academic work. SHELTERED WORKSHOP After two (2) years of Vocational training they are transferred to the Sheltered Workshop where they are paid for their handicraft or do simple assembly lines work. Those who are skilled may be able to find employment in the public sector while those who are unable will continue in the Sheltered Workshop at the Association. EXTRA CURICULAR ACTIVITIES Our children are exposed to a variety of co-curricular activities such as Scouting/ Girl Guiding, sports and hobbies. Those who excel in sports, participate at district, state, national and international events. Many of the young Cerebral Palsy adults have represented Malaysia at international games like the Far East & South Pacific International Council Paralympics and even participated at the Paralympics at Athens in Greece. FUNDING The Association receives grants from the Johor State and Federal Government with grants less than 50% of the annual expenditure of RM 1.57 million. However, this is only a portion of the total funds needed to finance the Association. In order to meet the shortfall, the Association raises additional funds from the public through Food and Fun Fairs and Fund raising projects to meet the yearly financial constraints.

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SCAJS Programs & Activities 2012


16.02.2012 (Thursday) Food Donation Food Donation received from Mr. Kumar & Mdm. Ushananddini

Mr. & Mrs. Kumar feeding the children.

10.03.2012 Saturday) Out Reach Programme in Pontian, Johor. To raise public awareness about children with disabilities. Free health screening, assessment, consultation and home management programmes were carried out.
Mdm. Sukhjit mingling with the parents while waiting for registration.

21.03.2012 (Wednesday) Celebration Maulidur Rasul 1433H Celebration Maulidur Rasul 1433H at our centre attended by volunteers, parents and our children.

YM. Tunku with friends

Dato & En. Khir looking smart in baju melayu

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SCAJS Programs & Activities 2012


23.03.2012 (Friday) Splash Project Play Area

21.04.2012 (Saturday) Staff Lunch at Damai Seafood, Kampung Danga, Johor Staff were treated to a sumptuous lunch in appreciation for their contribution and involvement in the Associations activities.

Dato crooning during a karaoke session

Mr. Ong Pheng Pheng (volunteer) & Tn. Hj. Sulaiman giving present to our staff

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26.04.2012 (Thursday) Talk by Johor Fire Department

06.05.2012 (Sunday) World Laughter Day at KSL Johor Bahru Johor Bahru Happy & Joyous Club celebrate world laughter day at KSL Johor Bahru. Our workshop staff was invited. The event was graced by Y.B Tan Sri Datuk Seri Utama Shahrir bin Haji Abdul Samad.

17.05.2012 (Thursday) Birthday Celebrations Together with Columbia Asia Hospital, Johor Bahru Personnel stream Columbia Asia Hospital came to do some charity work and joined our children in birthday celebrations for the month of May.

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SCAJS Programs & Activities 2012


25.05.2012 (Friday) Receiving A Donation Cheque from Alliance Insurance

5 - 6.06.2012 (Friday & Saturday) A Brainstorming Workshop at M-Suites Hotel, Johor Bahru A Brainstorming Workshop was held for 2 days at M-Suites Hotel, Johor Bahru and attended by all Heads of Department. The participants set the direction of the Association for the next 5 years and formed the strategic planning.

11.07.2012 (Wednesday) A Working Visit By The Registrar of Society Staff

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13.07.2012 (Friday) Annual General Meeting AGM was held at the Seminar Room on 13th July 2012. Election of Board Members was held. It was held without any problem.

14.07.2012 (Saturday) An Outreach Programme in Segamat, Johor An Outreach Programme was launched by Y.B Dr. Subramaniam a/l K.V Sathasivam, PJK., KMN. (ADUN Segamat).

16.07.2012 (Monday) The Ambang Ramadhan Function The Ambang Ramadhan Function was launched by Y.A.M Tunku Besar Zabedah binti Almarhum Sultan Iskandar. Organized by Red Crescent and Womens Institute of Johor Bahru.

26.07.2012 (Thursday) A Visit by Panitia Pendidikan Moral, Pasir Gudang

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SCAJS Programs & Activities 2012


02.08.2012 (Thursday) Breaking of Fast & Hari Raya Donations from Malaysian Aeon Foundation The Malaysian Aeon Foundation had allocated RM200 for selected spastic children to purchase Hari Raya necessities such as new clothes and shoes. The Foundation also sponsored 30 of our children and staff to a breaking of fast Function at Mutiara Hotel, Johor Bahru.

09.08.2012 (Thursday) Breaking of Fast Function Organised by Johor Corporation & Project Penyayang KFC Our children and staff who celebrated birthday celebrations for the month of August. They also received Raya Ang Pows.

04.09.2012 (Tuesday) Farewell Party for Ms. Shanti Ramayah & Pn. Asilah Arshad

05.09.2012 (Wednesday) Merdeka Raya Celebrations Organized by Kumpulan Perubatan Johor Mr. Mohd. Daruis represented The Spastic Johor to receive a donation mock cheque.

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11.09.2012 (Tuesday) Hari Raya Celebration Organised by KSL, Johor Bahru

22-23.09.2012 (Saturday & Sunday) CP Seminar at Spastic Childrens Association of Selangor & Federal Territory Ms. Aisyah, a presenter from Spastic Johor

01.10.2012 (Monday) Deepavali Celebrations

06.10.2012 (Saturday) Ronda Riadah Mega Ride 2012 Ronda Riadah Mega Ride 2012, a fund raising activity (on a small scale) organized by Polis DiRaja Malaysia held at Bandar Dato Onn, Johor Bahru.

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SCAJS Programs & Activities 2012


22.11.2012 (Thursday) Charity Golf 2012 Charity Golf a charity project and a first time for Spastic Johor. The Charity Golf held at Pulai Spring Resort , Johor Bahru. It was successful & had full cooperation and support of all parties.

26.12.2012 (Wednesday) Dialogue Session Between Board of Directors and Staff Dialogue session is between staff and board members to discuss problems and internal issues that needed to be overcome.

28.12.2012 (Friday) Family Nite Family Nite to entertain, especially for Spastic Johor staff who had served for more than 10 years and also in conjunction with Spastic Johor being 45 years old .

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Renovation & Upgrading


The Dewan Besar, Seminar Room and Play Area were being renovated and upgraded to provide better facilities and convenience for our children. The upgraded Dewan Besar & Seminar Room would attract more tenants for rental thus generating more income for our Association.
Hall Before Renovation Hall After Renovation

Seminar Room Before Renovation

Seminar Room After Renovation

Play Area Before Renovation

Play Area After Renovation

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No.:

spastic johor

PERSATUAN KANAK-KANAK SPASTIK JOHOR


THE SPASTIC CHILDRENS ASSOCIATION OF JOHOR 138, Jalan Dato Menteri, 80100 Johor Bahru. Tel: 07-2235452/2264380 Fax: 07-2234029 Email: spasticjohor@yahoo.com / spastikj@streamyx.com Web site: spasticjohor.com

Tarikh: Date:

Kami ingin memohon menjadi ahli Korporat PERSATUAN KANAK-KANAK SPASTIK JOHOR dan bersetuju mematuhi perlembagaan PKKSJ :We wish to apply to be a Corporate Member of the SPASTIC CHILDRENS ASSOCIATION OF JOHOR and agree to abide by the Constitution of SCAJ:- . 1. Ahli Korporat Kekal Permanent Corporate Membership RM1,000.00

NAMA SYARIKAT/ORGANISASI: (Dengan huruf besar) ........ (Name of Company/Organisation in Block Letters) NOMBOR PENDAFTARAN SYARIKAT/ORGANISASI : . ..... (Company Reg. No.) NAMA PENGARAH URUSAN/PENGARAH EKSEKUTIF: . ... (Name of Managing Director/Executive Director) JENIS PERNIAGAAN : ... ....... (Name of Managing Director/Executive Director) BUTIRAN (Particular): (i) ALAMAT SYARIKAT/ORGANISASI (Address of Company/Organisasi) .... ..... (ii) NO. TELEFON (Phone No.:) ......... (iii) E-MAIL : ............. (iv) ORANG YANG DIHUBUNGI (Person To Contact) a) NAMA (Name) : ... b) NO. TEL (Phone No.) . Pejabat(Office) . Tel. Bimbit (H/Phone)

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Tandatangan (Signature) Jawatan (Position):.....

Cek (palang) hendaklah ditulis atas nama: PERSATUAN KANAK-KANAK SPASTIK JOHOR (Cheque (crossed) payable to : ) Permohonan ini ditaja; (Application sponsored by) .. Tandatangan (signature) Nama Ahli : . (Name of Member) Permohonan ini telah diluluskan oleh Mesyuarat Lembaga Tadbir PKKSJ pada : .. .... (This application was approved by the Management Committee of the SCAJ on) .. Pengerusi PKKSJ (Chairman of SCAJ) Sila hantar borang yang dilengkapi ini bersama bayaran kepada; Please send the completed form together with your subscription to; SETIAUSAHA KEHORMAT Persatuan Kanak-Kanak Spastik Johor 138, Jalan Dato Menteri, 80100 J.Bahru.

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spastic johor

PERSATUAN KANAK-KANAK SPASTIK JOHOR


THE SPASTIC CHILDRENS ASSOCIATION OF JOHOR 138, Jalan Dato Menteri, 80100 Johor Bahru. Tel: 07-2235452/2264380 Fax: 07-2234029 Email: spasticjohor@yahoo.com / spastikj@streamyx.com Web site: spasticjohor.com

PERMOHONAN UNTUK MENJADI AHLI

APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP

Tarikh: Date:

Saya ingin memohon menjadi ahli PERSATUAN KANAK-KANAK SPASTIK JOHOR dan saya memohon untuk menjadi :I wish to be a member of the SPASTIC CHILDRENS ASSOCIATION OF JOHOR and I hereby apply for:- . 1. Ahli Se-umur hidup Life Membership RM 200.00 Tandakan pada mana yang sesuai

Tick whichever is applicable

NAMA : (Dengan huruf besar) .... (Name in Block Letter) UMUR : NO. K/PENGENALAN: ..... WARNA : .. (Age) (NRIC No.) (Colour) PEKERJAAN : NO. TEL (P) : ... NO. TEL (R) : ... (Occupation) Tel. No. (O) Tel. No. (H) ALAMAT PEJABAT : .... (Office Address) E-MAIL : .... ............ ............

ALAMAT KEDIAMAN : ....... (Home Address) ..... .........

..... Tandatangan (Signature) Cek (palang) hendaklah ditulis atas nama: PERSATUAN KANAK-KANAK SPASTIK JOHOR (Cheque (crossed) payable to : ) Permohonan ini dicadang; (Application recommended by)

Nama Ahli PKKSJ: (Name of Member)

Permohonan ini telah diluluskan oleh Mesyuarat Lembaga Tadbir PKKSJ pada : . (This application was approved by the Management Committee of the SCAJ on) .. Pengerusi PKKSJ (Chairman of SCAJ) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sila hantar borang yang dilengkapi ini bersama bayaran kepada; SETIAUSAHA KEHORMAT Please send the completed form together with your subscription to; Persatuan Kanak-Kanak Spastik Johor 138, Jalan Dato Menteri, 80100 J.Bahru.

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This Annual Report, just like Spastic Childrens Association of Johor is made possible through the kindness and generosity of Advertisers, Sponsors, Donors, Supporters, Volunteers, Well-wishers, Friends, Family Members and Members of the Public. We apologise unreservedly if we have inadvertently omitted any person(s)/ sponsor(s)/ contributor(s) who have given us in cash or kind. We cannot express enough our heartfelt gratitude and deepest appreciation. We are indeed indebted for your help and assistance. Please continue to help us achieve some quality of life of our special children.

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