Resource Centre

Our commitment as a resource center

The Resource Centre (RC) was launched in May of 2013 as an
effort to expand the services of SPICES to reach out to more
children and families. The RC consists of a resource library of
books, toys, games and equipment catered for children with
delays/disabilities, their families, caregivers, professionals,
teachers, service providers as well as tertiary students in
related fields. To date we have over 400 toys, games and
specialized equipment, 641 children’s books and 438
reference books (books on various disabilities, special
education and those authored by people with disabilities), 103
of which are in Chinese. For more information on how to be a
member, do contact us at 41498032 or info@spices.org.my

LIBRARY

Browse our catalog of books, toys, games, equipment and DVD.

LINKS

There are lots of online resources that will give you ideas and creativity for children’s development. Here are some that we would like to share.

About the Resource Centre

SPICES Resource Centre is an extension and enhancement of the Early Intervention Programme of SPICES. It is a library of books, DVDs, equipment and toys that will benefit parents, teachers, special needs centre as well as college and university students involved in caring for children with delays and disabilities.

Wednesday 12-5pm

2nd & 4th Saturday of the month 9am-12pm

It is located near the Wangsa Maju LRT Station.

Address: B-1-13, Vista Wira Apartment, Jalan 4/27A, Wangsa Maju Section 2, 53300 Kuala Lumpur.

  • Gross Motor Equipment
  • Fine Motor toys
  • Infant Stimulation
  • Eye-hand Coordination
  • Pretend Play Toys
  • Musical Instruments
  • Turn-taking Games
  • Children’s books
  • Disabilities and Parenting Reference Books for Parents/Caregivers
  • DVDs on Experiences of Individuals with Disabilities and Parenting
  • Parents and caregivers of children/adults with delays/disabilities (all types and no age limit but the toys are more suitable for children 12 years and below)
  • Teachers in related fields
  • Students studying in related fields
  • Special Education, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physiotherapy, Psychology, Counseling and Early Childhood
    Education.

There are 3 categories of membership:

Category 1 (C1) : Parents and Caregivers
Category 2 (C2) : Teachers/Service Providers
Category 3 (C3) : Students