ILTC Malaysia

ILTC Malaysia
New Building in Kampung Sungai Dua Tambahan, Rawang, Selangor

NEW MINISTER FOR WELFARE MINISTER OF MALAYSIA

NEW MINISTER FOR WELFARE MINISTER OF MALAYSIA
PRESIDENT, VICE-PRESIDENT & SECRETARY WITH Y.B. DATUK ROHANI ABDUL KARIM MENTERI KEMENTERIAN PEMBAGUNAN WANITA, KELUARGA DAN MASYARAKAT MALAYSIA, Y.B. DATUK AZIZAH MOHD DUN TIMBALAN MENTERI KEMENTERIAN PEMBAGUNAN WANITA, KELUARGA DAN MASYARAKAT MALAYSIA, Y.B. DATUK NORANI MOHD HISHAM DIRECTOR-GENERAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT OF MALAYSIA & Y.B. DATUK SYED ABDUL RAHMAN SYED MOHAMMAD KETUA PEGAWAI EKSEKUTIF YAYASAN KEBAJIKAN NEGARA (YKN)

Disabled Members Protest

Disabled Members Protest
Disabled Members Protest at JPJ Wangsa Maju

ILTC Malaysia members staged a protest outside JPJ Wangsamaju KL.

ILTC Malaysia members staged a protest outside JPJ Wangsamaju KL.
Disabled group’s protest disabled drivers required to produce doc's medical report.

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Tourism Day 2016 on the 27th September 2016

Taylor's School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts successfully celebrated World Tourism Day 2016 on the 27th September 2016.
This year’s theme "Tourism for All – Promoting Universal Accessibility" is a call to create awareness on how crucial travel and tourism are for everyone with a special focus on the disabled, senior citizens and those who travel with young children.
The event was officiated by YBhg. Dato’ Yean Yoke Heng (Tourism and Culture Malaysia) and Mr. Francis Siva (Independent Living and Training Center) as keynote speaker. There were also exhibitions on Accessible Tourism and countries by students from the tourism and events programmes. Here are some moments captured through the lens for your viewing pleasure.















Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Piala Emas Sultan Selangor Race @ Selangor Turf Club

Organized by Selangor Turf Club (STC), the Piala Emas Sultan Selangor 2016 was held on 21 August 2016 at its Sungei Besi racecourse, and Sports Toto came in as the main sponsor of the event with a cash contribution of RM200,000.










Govt bank trying to auction paralysed man’s house




Govt bank trying to auction paralysed man’s house

 | September 9, 2016
Balan Perumal, who was paralysed in a workplace accident, claims his home is being sold under auction by Bank Simpanan Nasional without any notice.
KUALA LUMPUR: The National Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) has been urged to help a disabled home owner whose house is being auctioned off by Bank Simpanan Nasional (BSN).
Seremban PSM Secretary Tinagaran Subramaniam said Balan Perumal’s troubles with the bank started in July last year.
Balan, who purchased a house in Taman Seremban Jaya last year, paid monthly instalments of RM700 a month to BSN.
However a workplace accident at a welding company in June 2015 left him paralysed from the waist down.
Speaking at a press conference outside Suhakam’s headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Balan said after the accident, he was instructed to rest and get treatment from Seremban Hospital.
“I informed BSN of my problem and they were aware that I am in the process of claiming my insurance. Why proceed with auctioning off my house?
“This is unfair to disabled people like me. They are auctioning off my house without any notice,” he said, adding that the payment of the instalments was only disrupted after his accident.
Balan’s sister, Devi Perumal, said she met an officer attached to BSN headquarters, who was also shocked to hear her explanation.
Tinagaran called on BSN to wait for Balan’s compensation claims from the Social Security Organisation (Socso) and insurance claims to be settled first.
“We appeal to BSN to try to understand Balan’s condition and not to think of profits alone.
“In this matter, I only want to ask BSN why Balan was not given the appropriate opportunity.”
Tinagaran also hoped there was no abuse of power and corruption in the bank, saying it was not possible for the bank to proceed with auctioning the house without first checking on what happened to Balan.
PSM also handed a memorandum to Suhakam Commissioner Francis Johen.
BSN could not be reached by FMT for a comment.

Friday, 9 September 2016

Rumah OKU dilelong tanpa notis, BSN digesa bertimbang rasa

 | September 9, 2016
Selepas ditimpa kemalangan pada Jun 2015 semasa bekerja di sebuah syarikat kimpalan besi, Balan lumpuh di bahagian bawah badan dan kini menunggu pampasan.
KUALA LUMPUR: Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia (Suhakam) hari ini digesa membantu kes melibatkan seorang pemilik rumah kurang upaya yang berdepan tindakan Bank Simpanan Nasional melelong rumahnya.
Setiausaha Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM) Seremban, Tinagaran Subramaniam, berkata ada sesuatu yang tidak kena dalam masalah yang menimpa Balan Perumal sejak Julai 2015.
Balan yang membeli rumah di Taman Seremban Jaya pada 2015 membayar ansuran perumahan sebanyak RM700 setiap bulan kepada BSN.
Selepas ditimpa kemalangan pada Jun 2015 semasa bekerja di sebuah syarikat kimpalan besi, Balan lumpuh di bahagian bawah badan sekaligus hilang keupayaan berjalan.
“Sejak kejadian itu saya diarahkan untuk berehat. Saya mendapatkan rawatan berterusan di Hospital Besar Seremban.
“Saya memaklumkan kepada pihak BSN mengenai masalah ini. Mereka sedia maklum tentang proses tuntutan insuran. Kenapa kena teruskan proses lelongan rumah saya?
“Tidak adil bagi warga OKU seperti saya, mereka melelong rumah saya tanpa sebarang notis,” katanya.
Balan berkata bayaran ansuran rumah hanya tergendala selepas kemalangan itu.
Menurutnya, kakaknya Devi Perumal berjumpa dengan pegawai di ibu pejabat BSN yang turut terperanjat mendengar penjelasannya.
PSM menggesa pihak bank menunggu sementara proses pampasan Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (Perkeso) dan insuran selesai.
“Kami merayu BSN cuba fahami keadaan Balan dan tidak memikirkan keuntungan semata-mata.
“Dalam hal ini, saya cuma nak tanya pihak bank mengapa Balan tidak diberikan peluang sewajarnya?” tanya Tinagaran.
Beliau turut berharap tidak ada salah guna kuasa dan penyelewengan di bank berkenaan.
“Mana mungkin anda melelong rumah itu tanpa memeriksa terlebih dahulu apa yang terjadi kepada Balan,” katanya.
Memorandum PSM hari ini diserahkan kepada Pesuruhjaya Suhakam, Francis Johen.

Rumah OKU dilelong tanpa notis, BSN digesa bertimbang rasa

Rumah OKU dilelong tanpa notis, BSN digesa bertimbang rasa

 | September 9, 2016
Selepas ditimpa kemalangan pada Jun 2015 semasa bekerja di sebuah syarikat kimpalan besi, Balan lumpuh di bahagian bawah badan dan kini menunggu pampasan.
KUALA LUMPUR: Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia (Suhakam) hari ini digesa membantu kes melibatkan seorang pemilik rumah kurang upaya yang berdepan tindakan Bank Simpanan Nasional melelong rumahnya.
Setiausaha Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM) Seremban, Tinagaran Subramaniam, berkata ada sesuatu yang tidak kena dalam masalah yang menimpa Balan Perumal sejak Julai 2015.
Balan yang membeli rumah di Taman Seremban Jaya pada 2015 membayar ansuran perumahan sebanyak RM700 setiap bulan kepada BSN.
Selepas ditimpa kemalangan pada Jun 2015 semasa bekerja di sebuah syarikat kimpalan besi, Balan lumpuh di bahagian bawah badan sekaligus hilang keupayaan berjalan.
“Sejak kejadian itu saya diarahkan untuk berehat. Saya mendapatkan rawatan berterusan di Hospital Besar Seremban.
“Saya memaklumkan kepada pihak BSN mengenai masalah ini. Mereka sedia maklum tentang proses tuntutan insuran. Kenapa kena teruskan proses lelongan rumah saya?
“Tidak adil bagi warga OKU seperti saya, mereka melelong rumah saya tanpa sebarang notis,” katanya.
Balan berkata bayaran ansuran rumah hanya tergendala selepas kemalangan itu.
Menurutnya, kakaknya Devi Perumal berjumpa dengan pegawai di ibu pejabat BSN yang turut terperanjat mendengar penjelasannya.
PSM menggesa pihak bank menunggu sementara proses pampasan Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (Perkeso) dan insuran selesai.
“Kami merayu BSN cuba fahami keadaan Balan dan tidak memikirkan keuntungan semata-mata.
“Dalam hal ini, saya cuma nak tanya pihak bank mengapa Balan tidak diberikan peluang sewajarnya?” tanya Tinagaran.
Beliau turut berharap tidak ada salah guna kuasa dan penyelewengan di bank berkenaan.
“Mana mungkin anda melelong rumah itu tanpa memeriksa terlebih dahulu apa yang terjadi kepada Balan,” katanya.
Memorandum PSM hari ini diserahkan kepada Pesuruhjaya Suhakam, Francis Johen.

Monday, 5 September 2016

BHP Orange Run 2016

Thousands of participants were flagged off at the Curve, Mutiara Damansara by YBhg Tan Sri Dato' Seri Lodin bin Wok Kamaruddin, Deputy Chairman/Group Managing Director of Boustead Holdings Berhad. The 12km trail comprised main areas of the Mutiara Damansara Commercial Centre which was held on 28-8-2016

The BHPetrol Oranage Run 2016 was made possible in collaboration with Polis Diraja Malaysia, Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya, eCurve and Affin Bank, Participants and visitor were also entertained by various carnival-themed activities including product offerings and samplings by several companies within the Boustead Groups.

On behalf of all members, I express our sincere thanks and appreciation Boustead Petroleum Marketing for your kind contributions towards Independent Living & Training Centre Malaysia. We do appreciate your noble gesture to help our organization.


In line with BHPetrol Orange Run's commitment to giving back to the community, a total of RM 30,000 was contributed to 3 various organization.  ILTC Malaysia is one of the beneficiaries.









Monday, 15 August 2016

Majlis Pelancaran Pelan Tindakan OKU

Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat telah menjemput ILTC Malaysia untuk  hadir ke Majlis Pelancaran Pelan Tindakan OKU 2016-2022 pada 9 Ogos 2016 di Putra Jaya.