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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

34 Noble Rd

Noble Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.8561

31.0023

Homes for the handicapped

South Africa has a number of charitable houses and organisations that operate homes for the handicapped. These organisations include private run homes as well as government funded homes. Services offered by these institutions include medical, educational and boarding facilities. These homes are run by a group of experienced care workers and voluntary medial personal as well.

Homes for the handicapped are specialist boarding facilities that are open to provide services for handicapped individuals. These institutions include homes that accommodate both the young and old. Boarding facilities for the young also have special needs schools that allow handicapped persons to learn all the way to metric level as well as teach life skills such as technical subjects. These schools offer classes for persons with different handicaps. Residents of these homes also participate in a wide variety of activities to keep them fit and healthy.

The homes for the handicapped offer boarding facilities for persons with different disabilities such as paraplegic children and adults. These facilities are supervised by qualified medical personal as well as volunteers. Most of the funds for the homes are monthly payments made by the families of the handicapped. Homes of abandoned handicapped children are usual government run or by well wishers that contribute a monthly fee to keep the institution running. Some of the services covered by the fees that are paid and donated go to paying staff, laundry and cooking services. The fees and donations also go to paying for transportation and medical costs for temporary medical services. 

Homes for the handicapped

South Africa has a number of charitable houses and organisations that operate homes for the handicapped. These organisations include private run homes as well as government funded homes. Services offered by these institutions include medical, educational and boarding facilities. These homes are run by a group of experienced care workers and voluntary medial personal as well.

Homes for the handicapped are specialist boarding facilities that are open to provide services for handicapped individuals. These institutions include homes that accommodate both the young and old. Boarding facilities for the young also have special needs schools that allow handicapped persons to learn all the way to metric level as well as teach life skills such as technical subjects. These schools offer classes for persons with different handicaps. Residents of these homes also participate in a wide variety of activities to keep them fit and healthy.

The homes for the handicapped offer boarding facilities for persons with different disabilities such as paraplegic children and adults. These facilities are supervised by qualified medical personal as well as volunteers. Most of the funds for the homes are monthly payments made by the families of the handicapped. Homes of abandoned handicapped children are usual government run or by well wishers that contribute a monthly fee to keep the institution running. Some of the services covered by the fees that are paid and donated go to paying staff, laundry and cooking services. The fees and donations also go to paying for transportation and medical costs for temporary medical services. 

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