TLC Hospice news

2015-11-04 06:00
Photo: supplied Grade 9 Sive School of the Deaf pupils and their teachers on their recent visit to TLC Hospice for life orientation.

Photo: supplied Grade 9 Sive School of the Deaf pupils and their teachers on their recent visit to TLC Hospice for life orientation.

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Partnering with the youth and learning to give

TLC was happy to welcome six Grade 9 life orientation pupils from the Sive School of the Deaf in Cedarville last Friday.

The pupils visited TLC with two teachers and were happy to see and share in our community centre and the work that we do. The pupils and teachers now know the meaning of palliative care and the work that TLC does.

They were able to recognise that such care is very important to the patients of TLC and their families.

The Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa has made great strives to partner with people with disabilities and TLC has taken this task on very seriously.

Thank you so much for your visit Mrs Ndawo and Sive School for the Deaf.

TLC invites schools to make an appointment to visit our centre.

This is a wonderful way for pupils to see the value that organisations such as TLC do for underprivileged people in the community.

They will learn from an early age how important such organisations are and should be supported and assisted at all costs. If you have a class or pupils who would benefit from such a visit, please contact our office and arrange a visit to our centre.

We cannot complain that our youth today are unable to give if we have not educated them in the subject of giving.

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