Malaysia To Have Autism Centre By 2015


SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 24 (Bernama) — Malaysia will have a RM30 million autism centre named Permata Kurnia in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur by 2015, said the Prime Minister’s wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor.

In 1985, the ratio of children with autism in Malaysia was one in 10,000 but the rising figure has become a cause for concern, while in countries like South Korea one child in 30 is autistic, she told reporters after a visit to the Anova Center for Education in San Rafael, here.

Rosmah was welcomed by the centre’s founder, Andrew Bailey. Also present was Congressman Jared Huffman.

The Anova Center for Education was opened in 2008 and has 170 autistic students in three schools located in Concorde, Santa Rosa and San Rafael.

During the visit Rosmah shared her views on special education for students with autism.

The centre also provides effective treatments involving speech and movement therapies.


// Great as Malaysia people need to have autism care for those sufferer especially child.


Do you know about autism ? Let’s read some fact about autism

What is Autism

Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people. It also affects how they make sense of the world around them. (The National Autistic Society)

Many people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) which are five complex, brain based disorders that affect a person’s behavior as well as social and communication skills.
Many people with ASDs also have unusual ways of learning, paying attention and reacting to different sensations. The thinking and learning abilities of people with ASDs can vary from gifted to severely challenged. An ASD begin before the age of 3 and lasts throughout a person’s life. ( Autism Science Foundation)

If you have any autism children, try this book entitled ‘ Autism – A Practical Guide for Parents’

Hopefully your children could be or better than normal children.

And you must buy this book to know what your children need

That’s all.. Hopefully it could help you to manage your autism children