Greetings from the Association of Resource and Education for Autistic Children (REACh).
The Association of Resource and Education for Autistic Children (REACh) is a free service organization started since 1987 to provide FREE therapies, educational programmes and services for people with autism and their families.
Currently, REACh offers 23 programmes and 9 services that focus on the holistic development of children to adults and provide support for the family members all under one roof. To date, we have achieved successful integration (38%) and inclusion (62%) of children and young adults into mainstream education and workplace.
As we recover from the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, we need your support more than ever to help these exceptional individuals to cope with and accommodate to the new expectations in society. REACh depends solely on contributions and donations from the public, companies and orga nizations to maintain its operation. We seek your help to fund and sustain the free therapies, educational programmes and services offered at the Centre
For more videos of our work with the autistic children, you can subscribe to our YouTube channel: REACh Charity Foodfair.
As a free-service organization, REACh depends solely on contributions and donations from the public, companies and organizations to maintain its operation.
You can help us by making a donation for which you will receive a tax exemption receipt (for donation of RM100 and above) as we are a registered charity association. You can also sponsor or donate products for our online fundraising. Any kind of help is highly appreciated. Please refer to the appeal letter under "Support Us" for more details.
All proceeds will be used to fund and sustain the free therapies, educational programmes and services offered at the Centre. Please complete the reply slip (under appeal letter) and return it to us through email or fax. For more information, kindly contact Ms Jerry at 04-6564357 or email us at [email protected].
Behind a beautiful angelic may lie a child born autistic for causes unknown. Autism is a profound life-long mental disability in which children are so withdrawn that they have difficulty in developing normal social and emotional relationships with people around them and in understanding the world in which they live.