The outreach programme of L'Arche Kenya has visited 61 families who have a member with disabilities to check on their coping with the coronavirus pandemic. The findings showed that there was a big need for action.
We are today saying goodbye to our spiritual guide Fr. Mariano who has been with us since 2012.
With the beginning of October, Thomas Paule, an occupational therapist from Germany started working at L’Arche Kenya. He will support our community for the next three years with his expertise.
On April 1 the new Outreach Programme of L'Arche Kenya commenced its activities. It will offer therapeutic and advisory services to people with disabilities, with a special focus on children with developmental issues.
Betania Home is one ofLl'Arche Kenya's two homes where people with intellectual disabilities live together with permanent and visiting assistants. The homes provide a family-like environment and receive support from the community in the form of services, donations and payments of utility bills. Today; Betania Home celebrated seven years of making known the gifts of people with intellectual disabilities.
See some pictures!