Best Welfare organizations for the disable for year 2018



The Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Association Johor is situated at Lot 5042, Jalan Indah Permai 9, Taman Saleng Indah, 81400 Saleng, Johor Darul Takzim.

Founded in May 1990 by our Founder & President Mr. V. Rajamanikam with only 7 children in Melodies Garden to our current size of around 230 children and increasing consistently each year. In the year of 2000, we had around 70 children, growing to 135 in 2004, and 175 in 2008, 18 year (2000-2018) compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) on the number of children under our care is around 11%.

Most of the children residing in our Home have been abandoned from their natural parents. Some of them were heavily neglected and abused prior to coming to the Home. Other children are still in contact with their parents and relatives but need special devotion we can provide for them. Among the children under our care are the severely visually impaired, mentally and physically challenged, paralytic, Down’s syndrome, spastic, hyperactive, cerebral palsy, autistic, mute, and simply abandoned children. Our Home also provides peaceful and quiet place for senior citizens with facilities such as exercise rooms, medical, walking about, relaxing and other suitable facilities. All our staffs are trained with special associated to cater the needs of the elderly. Our Home accepts all races and all religions. The only requirements that they need our help and a safe place to live.  This is why our slogan is to “Help the Helpless”.

1st  November 2018, our home made history once again after been awarded by Ministry of Women, Family & Community Development as Best Voluntary Welfare organizations for the disable for year 2018 for Johor state level . This prestigious honor was awarded by Bersama Y. B. Cik Liow Cai Tung to recognize our Home’s effort to provide continuous support and services in organizing the residences welfare and well-being. Since our humble beginning from year 1990, this is the first time our Home bestowed such a grand award on state level.

Despite intense entry from existing and new Charity Home, we are thankful to all the members of jury from Ministry of Women, Family & Community Development to have trust and recognize our continuous effort, all our staffs who work relentless to maintain and keep our Home best in its class and not to forget all companies, members of public and volunteers for their generous support and contribution all the years. This will be definitely our stepping stone to strive even harder in near future.