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Annual Report

Download our 2012 Annual Report for a snapshot of our activities throughout the year. 

Download our 2011 Annual Report for a snapshot of our activities throughout the year. 

Download our 2010 Annual Report for a snapshot of our activities throughout the year. 

Download our 2009 Annual Report for a snapshot of our activities throughout the year. 

Download our 2008 Annual Report for a snapshot of our activities throughout the year. 

Download our 2007 Annual Report for a snapshot of our activities throughout the year. 

Download our 2006 Annual Report for a snapshot of our activities throughout the year. 


Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities (CCD)
serves over 500 'differently-abled' children and their families

 

 

 

Rainbow Rehabilitation Centre

Rainbow House

Started in 1990, Rainbow House is now up to 40 children, ranging in age from 2 to 21 years old. The children have all come from the government homes in Pakkred. These children have been selected on the basis of having strong potential for independent living and the potential to be placed in a family setting. CCD has prepared and helped place over 40 children in adoptive homes and returned 16 to birth families.

When children come to live at Rainbow House, legal guardianship of them by CCD is facilitated by the Government. This is a permanent arrangement unless and until the child is either adopted or returned to its birth family. Otherwise Rainbow House will always remain the child’s home.

 Rainbow Day-care Centre

Children come to Rainbow Day-care Centre from the government home, Rainbow House Residence & local community. A structured setting for education and therapy is provided to prepare children to attend local schools or to be placed with an adoptive family, if available. Approximately 30 children from ages 2 to 10 years old

 

Baan Fuang Fah Day-care Centre

This centre is located in the government home which houses over 400 children from birth to 7 years old. CCD works with mildly disabled children, severely emotionally intellectually disturbed children and children with cerebral palsy. CCD's Fuang Fah Day-care Centre serves up to 100 children.

 Rachawadee Girls Day-care Centre

This centre is located in the government home which houses over 450 girls from 7 years to young adults. CCD is able to provide rehabilitation for 30 to 35 girls. Children are given therapy to enable them to develop to their fullest ability. Examples of daily activities include painting, swimming and physical therapy.


 Rachawadee Boys Day-care Centre

This centre is located in the government home which houses over 450 boys from 7 years to adult. CCD currently provides rehabilitation to 25 to 30 boys. Boys are given therapy to enable them to develop to their fullest ability. Examples of daily activity include painting, swimming and physical therapy.






Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR)

 Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) project was first established in 1986 in Nakhom Pathom. In 2013 CBR projects are located in three provinces, serving over 300 differently-abled children and their families.

 

 

  • Nakhon Pathom CBR I (Funden in 2013 by COFRA Holding AG, situated in Zug Switzerland)
  • Nothaburi CBR II (Funden by AbleChild Trust, England)
  • Chai Nat CBR III (Funden by Geoff & Ros Wilson & Christ Church, Lavender Bay, Sydney, Australia)

     


CBR has initiated


  • Public awareness programs to reduce the number of children born with disabilities
  • Parent support groups
  • Education of families as to benefits and resources available in the local community
  • Parent-shared day-care to free some parents to have time to work
  • Public awareness programs to reduce the number of children born with disabilities
  • Parent support groups
  • Advocacy assistance to help parents attend and understand official appointments with agencies such as schools and hospitals
  • Training for families, teachers and health care workers

Independent Living Home

CCD has two independent living homes housing up to 14 males from late teens to mid 30's. All have jobs and/or are attending university or other advanced schooling

Vocational Training

CCD Provides vocational training to about 20 older differently-abled girls and boys who come to Rainbow Rehabilitation Centre from the Pakkred Government Home for Disabled Children 3-5 days/week.

A major building project has begun for a new Vocational Training Centre.Land has been purchased adjacent to Rainbow Rehabilitation Centre. Architect plans were developed by Engineering Ministries International, UK. Facility will house an independent living facility for boys, new sharing shop, vocational training class rooms (computer, woodworking, repair shop, etc.) and offices.

Estimated funds needed to complete the project are 40,000,000 Thai Baht.

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Sharing Shop (Baengpan)

CCD is fortunate to have donations from local communities. Those items that cannot be use by children and projects are put into the Sharing Shop to be sold. These funds provide income to run the projects. Not only is there a small space for a shop, CCD also takes items into the communities to sell to low income families.

 For further details on how to donate to CCD, please see click here.

 

 

CCD's aim is to demonstrate Jesus' love by helping to develop disabled children to their highest potential through a holistic approach and to ensure that disabled children have equal rights, opportunities and a good quality of life in Thailand. CCD welcomes international and local volunteers (both professional and non-professional) to work alongside CCD staff.

CCD News

  1. To develop the physical, mental, emotional and social skills of children with disabilities and special needs.
  2. To enable special needs children to be self-sufficient and integrated into society rather than spend a life in an institutional setting.
  3. To enable those children to take advantage of government help schemes.
  4. To educate families and communities about the needs of children with disabilities and special needs.
  5. To provide those children with necessary life and social skills.


Christian Care Foundation for Children
with Disabilities in Thailand


 18/1075 Moo 5 Sukhaprachasan 2 Road
(Soi Wat Koo)
Bangpood, Pakkred, Nonthaburi 11120
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Mailing Address:
PO Box 47, Pakkred
Nonthaburi 11120


email: ccdbkk@ccdthailand.org

tel: (+66 2) 584 6966
 (+66 2) 582 0620-3
fax: (+66 2) 584 6007








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