Month: <span>October 2015</span>


Reaction to KNPD, MUT conflicting remarks; everyone has right to inclusion

This is the Insprie Foundation’s response following comments by Malta Union of Teachers that not all children can be expected to integrate into mainstream classes, and The National Commission for People with a Disability (KNPD) who has insisted that all children, even those with severe impairments, should be included in mainstream classrooms.  Written by Paula...


Ronald McDonald House Charities comes to Malta in collaboration with The Inspire Foundation

 RMHC to help children with learning difficulties, disabilities and socially excluded youngsters with their homework. The Malta Chapter of the Ronald McDonald House Charities, a global organisation dedicated to providing resources to improve children’s health and wellbeing, has been set up. The Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) has been helping children around the world since...


Bully-proofing Your Child

This article was written by Ann Camilleri (B.A Psychology).  Ann is a Manager at The Inspire Foundation in Gozo Why does this person say such hateful things to me? Am I different? Should I tell someone or will this bully harm me? These may be some questions running through the minds of children who are...


Artists Unite for a good cause

15 local artists donate their art to raise funds for The Inspire Foundation Fifteen renowned local artists have come together to help support the Inspire Foundation’s disability programs. Every artist donated a work of art to an online auction which is aiming at raising funds so that Inspire can reach out to more children and...


Football for Life – training for physically & visually impaired

  ”The Malta Football Association’s Social responsibility department in collaboration with Inspire Foundation would like to present a new football project under its ‘Football for Life’ initiatives.” The aim of this project is organize football sessions for persons with a physical disability or visual impairment. The MFA’s professional approach to football, together with Inspire’s expertise in disability will come together to...


The Inspire Foundation opts for Email Intelligence system by Dmaxepaper.com

As part of its effort to improve its online communications and PR the Inspire Foundation has recently opted for Dmaxepaper.com, the intelligent email marketing platform. Inspire helps individuals with various disabilities ranging from Down syndrome, Autism, Cerebral Palsy and others. The foundation offers services and disability programmes at a highly subsidised rate or sometimes even free. Alison Bezzina,...