Camillian Home for Children Living with Disabilities

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Camillian Home for Children Living with Disabilities



Camillian Home for Children Living with Disabilities is located in Latkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand and is a branch of St. Camillus Foundation of Thailand, a registered not-for-profit children's charity.


The Camillian Home was initiated by Father Giovanni Contarin, an Italian Priest who has extensively worked for the poor in Thailand since 1987 helping orphans and abandoned children who living with disabilities and also with HIV/AIDS.


Camillian Home is a unique facility designed to allow each child to receive specialized care and treatment in an environment that encourages and develops the capability of each child, regardless of the severity of their condition.  The children are stimulated mentally and physically thanks to a full-time staff of caretakers, physical therapists and a resident nurse.  The Camillian home is one of the few facilities in Thailand dedicated to caring for poor disabled children in a family atmosphere, and aims to serve as a model in caring for vulnerable children with special needs.


The Camillian Home has to raise funds to pay for its running expenses and future developments itself
 separately from the other organizations under the St. Camillius Foundation of Thailand. Expenses are high running at Bht 1m per month. However, whilst the home receives valuable support primarily from individual donors, such regular donations can only cover 50% of the homes operating costs.

Camillian Home for children Living with Disabilities Review 2013
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Volunteer Story - Yvonne Liang (Volunteer PR and Events Manager)
Camillian Home Volunteer Story Yvonne Li
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