This is Joe.  Joe was born with a learning disability that affects many aspects of his life.  At regular schools, once Joe is labeled in class, there appears to be a conscious withholding of education because he slows everyone down.  It's bad enough that Joe has a hard time keeping up.  Society talks a lot about inclusion.  Yet, what is most convenient and commonly practiced is partial or non-inclusion towards individuals like Joe.  

If Joe had been given a chance, had not been discriminated, had been given the attention, if his differences were understood, if there had been willingness to teach and work with Joe, Joe is, in fact, capable of being a reliable and skilled individual.  

It's hard to face the truth, but it's worse to live in denial.  Because the truth is, Joe gains confidence when he learns and grows with others with similar special education need as him.  Joe and his friends participate in special education which is not meant to isolate or shelter them from society.  But to help them be integrated.  It's the crucial foundation to get him and his friends started off in life on the right footing as early on as possible.  

Joe learns and live differently from society's norm.  And it is that which makes it beautiful.  And unique.  Here at Axis, we educate many others like Joe and build them up to become employable, to work towards a certain future.








Preparing them for the Journey

We believe that students with special needs deserve to be taught in the way they learn best.  At Axis, we have tailored our classes to be inclusive and individualized to meet a range of learning needs. We aim to build skills that enable each student to reach their full potential in their personal and working lives.

A New Beginning

Our holistic curriculum has been crafted to offer the following

  • An assessment based, customized learning plan with a focus on student interests, abilities, and personal and family goals for the future.
  • Setting the right pace through a smaller and supportive learning environment to make it possible to stay focused, to discover, hone and leverage on the unique strengths of each student.
  • Daily weekday schedules of 6-hour slots where students split their time between learning life and vocational skills.
  • Life skills or career preparation skills - comprising of areas that help individuals work through their personal, social, career and academic development.
  • Vocational skills or career skills - expose individuals to different vocational workshops (computer, office skills, culinary, café skills, and sewing) that equip them with workplace preparation skills towards sustainable employment.

Clearing A Pathway


Program Information

  • When

  • Where
    Oasis Ara Damansara

  • Duration
    6 hours per weekday

  • Number of Students
    Up to 6

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