• Jonathan Shiek

New Autism-Friendly Café Has Opened in Subang

In conjunction with Autism Awareness Month, the Autism Café Project Malaysia has decided to open up a new outlet in Da Men Mall, Subang Jaya recently. Now if you are unfamiliar with the Autism Café Project, they basically empower autistic youths by offering them employment opportunities.

By no means is this institution brand new as they have been operating since 2016 with their first outlet located at SACC Mall in Shah Alam. Following the success of their first outlet, they then finally decided to branch out a little with this new one at Da Men.

Good thing they did too as many of us will now get to try some of their scrumptious fare such as mee soto, roti jala, curry puff, and mee sup, among many others.

Credits: autismcafeproject (Instagram)

Credits: autismcafeproject (Instagram)

Don’t sleep on their desserts though, as they also have kek batik and all sorts of kuih that is bound to send your sweet tooth into a frenzy for more.

Credits: Autism Cafe Project Malaysia (Facebook)

According to founder of the project, Mohd Adli Yahya, the Autism Café Project’s objective was to provide a space and opportunity for those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to lead a regular life much like any other person where they can interact with others and develop a work life.

Credits: Autism Cafe Project Malaysia (Facebook)

That’s not all however, as the the Autism Café Project also engages in community service campaigns such as their ‘Support Frontliners’ campaign which saw employees at the café’s working hard to prepare meals for the brave frontliners in Malaysia amidst the COVID-19 pandemic early this year.

The Autism Cafe Project Malaysia’s business hours at Da Men Mall USJ are 11.30am to 8pm and it will be open during Ramadan.

If you are inclined to find out more about the café and their endeavors, do check them out on Facebook.


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