The children deserve better
more likely to be involved in PROSTITUTION as adults
more likely to obtain a criminal record
more likely to COMMIT SUICIDE
Accreditation: Ending the Institutionalisation of Children in Malaysia, 2014, Lumos.
And if you are a family that wants to reintegrate with your child(ren) in institutions, we can help.
Deinstitutionalisation or DI transitions children away from child care institutions towards a range of family and community-based services. Poverty is commonly the root cause of children being institutionalised. Although issues in relation to family or community may also be part of the many causes.
We strongly advocate the adoption of older and special needs children as adoption is a part of our Deinstitutionalisation mission. The children deserve better and they deserve a loving family.
We help couples in Malaysia to navigate the Malaysian adoption process. We are with you from start to finish.
Reintegration is a careful process of reuniting a child from an institution back into the care of his or her family. If a child cannot be reintegrated with his or her natural parents or extended family, the child can be adopted. OrphanCare’s reintegration programme’s priority is always for the child’s wellbeing and safety.
PAP sends physical copy of application form to OrphanCare & our Social Worker will inform PAP that application has been received
Social Worker will come and visit your home to conducts a pre-adoption home inspection
Reintegration (RI) Phase
OrphanCare will begin matching PAP to potential child
Case management up to 1 year
To ensure that the couple is registered with JKM to legally adopt
1-year period from issue date
PAP may request to renew before expiration date if no matched child within the year.
OrphanCare’s social worker builds rapport with child:
Our social worker schedules several meetings between PAP and child:
Our social worker will be present during the first meeting between child and PAP. As for the subsequent meetings, will be decided according to our social worker whether or not their presence is needed.
For our final step, OrphanCare’s social worker has to meet with the PAP on their thoughts to adopt after 3 sessions with the child
Your contribution to this cause will help in reuniting families and transforming the lives of institutionalised children.
Free, Highly confidential, Non-judgemental, Accepts women and girls from all backgrounds
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