Yayasan Peduli Kemanusiaan (YPK) Bali is a nonprofit organisation which was founded in 2001 to provide rehabilitation for Balinese people who have a disability, and who are unable to access formal health care facilities. Clients of YPK receive physiotherapy as well as ongoing psychological and emotional support free of charge.
In 2010, YPK Bali expanded its services, establishing an informal education program for children with disabilities, and also a community based mobile rehabilitation service. The education program is staffed by two teaching assistants and provides education and life skills training for children with disabilities.
The mobile service includes a community-based rehabilitation program staffed by a local therapist, and an informal education program staffed by a local teaching assistant
VISION – Our vision is to improve the independence and quality of life of people who have a physical disability and who live in Bali. We will lead the way in achieving real and rewarding futures for our clients and our people
MISSION – To support people who have a disability so that they can reach their potential. This is achieved by providing affordable, caring and professional services.
YPK Bali’s programs have been designed to provide quality support to people of all ages with a range of physical disabilities.
YPK Bali have four major programs:
- Mobile Clinic
- Bali Rungu
Although YPK rehabilitation services are free and are open to anyone, our focus is to provide our programs to people from underprivileged backgrounds. We encourage our wealthier patients to make a small donation to help more disadvantaged people access our services.
YPK Bali future program is Residential Care Facility.
A new YPK initiative, the Residential Care Facility will provide accommodation and 24 hour care to 40 homeless people who have a disability and who are not cared for by their families. The facility will not only provide food and shelter for both adults and children, it will offer medical and health care, nursing care, rehabilitation, life skills and education.
The development is a major financial investment for YPK and requires significant donor support, so fundraising events, sponsorship campaigns and international funding is required on an ongoing basis.
Making a financial donation, or donating rehabilitation and therapy items to YPK Bali, are great ways to support our Rehabilitation Program for people with disabilities, and the people who rely on it.
Yayasan Peduli Kemanusiaan website is http://www.ypkbali.org.
Contact Yayasan Peduli Kemanusiaan Bali:
Yayasan Peduli Kemanusiaan (YPK) Bali
Annika Linden Centre (ALC)
Jl. Bakung No. 19
Br. Tohpati, Kesiman Kertalangu
Denpasar Timur - Bali - 80237
Phone +62 361 462431