NPSPD was founded in 1976. It is an organisation that advocates for the needs of people with disabilities and their families ↓
National Parents Society of Persons with Disability (NPSPD), was founded in 1976, is an organisation which advocates for the needs of people with disability and their families. NPSPD has been a registered a Voluntary Organisation (VO) since 2009. It is a leader in bringing forward disability issues to the public domain and engages in discussion with all parties who have at heart the interests of persons with disability.
NPSPD is a founder member of Dar il-Kaptan, LAND and Autism Focus now know as the Autism Parents’ Association. It organises social activities for its members and has good and strong working relationship with the authorities and with professionals.
Throughout the many years from its inception, NPSPD has always been at the forefront lobbying to safeguard the rights of:
- parents of persons with disability, especially those parents whose children cannot represent themselves,
- persons with disabilities themselves irrespective of the impairment families of persons with disability
- Our interest is to work in collaboration with anyone who is truly committed to work in the best interest of the person with disability and the families.