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Special care services

The Tswelelopele Special Care Centres

The centre was established in 1998, it is licenced by the department of health to accommodate 25 beneficiaries who have Cerebral Palsy, Mentally Retarded and Down syndrome. In a day the beneficiaries are provided with breakfast, lunch and snacks. They are also being involved in variety of activities such as blowing bubbles, cutting pictures, dancing and card matching games and playing simple music (Instrument whistles, Tambourine and humming along with songs).

The Refeng Sebaka Special Care Centres

The centre was established 1996, it is registered with the department of health and is licenced to accommodate 30 beneficiaries with Cerebral Palsy (CP) Intellectually Disabled, Down Syndrome (DS) and Autism. Beneficiaries receives three meals (Breakfast, lunch and snacks) a day. They are also being involved in variety of activities such as blowing bubbles, cutting pictures, dancing and card matching games and playing simple music (Instrument whistles, Tambourine and humming along with song).