No Shame: Disabled Kids Now ‘Angels’ of Taiwan

CBN News
Date: May 21, 2015
By David Mims

There was a time when children with disabilities in Taiwan were referred to as “useless.” Traditional social values caused many parents of those children to feel shame.

But thanks to one organization, that is changing.

Chao-Chen Lin and Ya-Wen Hsiao were ashamed after they had two children born with disabilities. Then they found God and realized their children were really special – angels in every sense of the word.

To help other parents who have children with physical or mental disabilities, they established Angel Heart Family Social Welfare Foundation (AHFSW). Each year since, the group sponsors Angel’s Day to encourage families in similar circumstances to publicly acknowledge their own children as angels.     [FULL  STORY]

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