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TRB’s Transportation Research Circular -TRANSED 2018
2020-05-31

TRB’s Transportation Research Circular -TRANSED 2018

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We are proud to share with you that the Transportation Research Circular - TRANSED 2018 is now available online. This is an e-circular published by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) which contains research and practice in the field of accessible transportation for older adults and people with disabilities.
Book Launch- Bridging the Gap
2020-04-30

Book Launch- Bridging the Gap

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We are pleased to invite you to join us on celebrating the launch of the book: , which the Chinese version was translated and published online by Eden Social Welfare Foundation. Also thank to Dr. Wan-Ping Lee of the Department of Social Work of Soochew University in Taipei for working with us to review the content assuring the high quality of the Chinese version. This book evaluates the accessible transportation for the children with disabilities in developing countries. Through case study and analysis, this book provides a comprehensive evaluation on the school transportation projects for children with disabilities in various countries. It provides policy makers, schools, families, with recommendation and viable solutions so that the access to education can be improved for children with disabilities. This book was written by Access Exchange International (AEI), is a non-profit agency promoting accessible public transport for persons with disabilities and seniors in low-income regions around the world. With great privilege, Eden was invited to proceed Chinese translation and to publish in Chinese-speaking regions.
A trip for a special Mother’s Day
2020-05-22

A trip for a special Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day are celebrated on the second Sunday of May. People may celebrate it by sending flowers, buying gifts, or taking mom out for dinner. However, for persons with disabilities, “going-out” may be relatively difficult for some of them.
2020-05-18

Join us on the Hand-Washing Challenge Relay

Join us on the Hand-Washing Challenge Relay
2020 Eden International Students Volunteer Recruitment Programs
2020-05-07

2020 Eden International Students Volunteer Recruitment Programs

In the summer of 2020, we provide 2 volunteer programs for international students. You will have chance to expose to Taiwan culture, making new friends with global volunteers, building relationship with children and making your idea be heard. Come join us! Let’s volunteer and have lots of fun!
2020-05-04

It All Comes Down to Food - Meals Service to the Seniors in Vietnam 2020

The concern for food security has been going on for decades and even food security is one of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which we aim to achieve by 2030. People who are food insecure, have either limited or uncertain availability of food; or limited access to food that they need. According to Unite Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)’s 10-Years Research in 2017, around 355.7 million people is suffering from severe food insecurity.
Celebrating the International Workers’ Day
2020-05-01

Celebrating the International Workers’ Day

Today is the International Workers’ Day, also known as Labor Day. It is a day for us to honor the labors and appreciate their hard works and dedications.
The Rehabilitation Journey of Lu (Part II)
2020-04-24

The Rehabilitation Journey of Lu (Part II)

After Lu graduated from vocational high school, mother Lu, who hopes her daughter can be more independent, reached out to Chih-Yu for help again. Later Chih-Yu and Eden referred Lu to the Vocational Rehabilitation Services Center for Persons with Disabilities, Labor Affairs Bureau of Taichung City Government, for vocational training. Currently, she is now having the assembling personnel training twice a week
The Rehabilitation Journey of Lu (Part I)
2020-04-17

The Rehabilitation Journey of Lu (Part I)

The term Slow-Flying Angel is used to describe children who need support of early intervention. Just like every other kid, they study and play. The only difference is that they learn and grow just a little bit slower than others.
The Speech Learning Journey of a Hearing Impaired Child
2020-04-11

The Speech Learning Journey of a Hearing Impaired Child

Due to hearing impairment, children with hearing issues face many challenges in their studies. In addition to the support from their families, they also require professional assistances. Early intervention in the ‘golden period’ would add wings of hope for those hearing impaired children, and provide a brighter future for them. "A-mah"(grandma in Taiwanese) is very simple term to pronounce for most of the children but Dede’s grandmother felt so grateful when she heard that Dede said it. Dede, who is with hearing impairment, is now able to understand and speak. All these achievements should give credit to Dede’s grandmother and his family for their continuous dedication and support, as well as the efforts of the teachers in Fongshan Early Intervention Day Care Center.
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