A charity group in Taiwan offers training and jobs for people with intellectual disabilities so that they can support themselves.
Channel News Aisia
Date: 10 May 2015
By: Victoria Jen, Channel NewsAsia’s Taiwan Correspondent
TAIPEI: Mothers’ worries for their children never end, especially for those with
children who are intellectually disabled.
A charity group in Taiwan is offering comfort to these mothers, by providing training and jobs to their children so they can make a living on their own.
Yen Chin-chin could not hold back her tears, recalling the day she gave birth to her second child. Her son was diagnosed with Down syndrome.
“It took my family and me four years to accept reality. The turning point was when my son had heart surgery. I told him, if he could make it, we could all make it,” she said. [FULL STORY]