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A first for Mahikeng! Training of Master Trainers on the World Health Organisation’s Caregiver Skills Training programme for autism and related disabilities

Most children with autism and other developmental disabilities live in low- and middle-income countries; however, disability-related services for these children and their families are often lacking. To address this need, the World Health Organisation developed a Caregiver Skills Training programme (WHO CST) for caregivers of young children with developmental disabilities. This programme is specifically designed …

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Stakeholder Engagement Feedback from the Regional IMFAR at Stellenbosch

STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT FEEDBACK REVIEW: On the 7th of September 2017, an autism stakeholders’ engagement was held before the SA-ACAPAP conference at Spier, Stellenbosch. The purpose of this engagement was to invite all interested parties to collaborate and contribute towards a more unified focus with regards to establishing what the priorities and goals should be over …

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UNICEF | Disability-Inclusive Education Sector Planning | Technical Round Table

  Recently, our director, Sandy Usswald, was invited to Paris by UNICEF to be a part of their Technical Round Table on Disability Inclusive Education Sector Planning. Below are some of the details about what was discussed during the round table.  Countries present were: Kenya Ghana South Africa Vietnam Nepal Ethiopia Fiji Cambodia The purpose …

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PLAY AFRICA LAUNCHES SENSORY PLAY AREA FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM DURING WORLD AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH

Promotes every child’s right to play with play space created for children with disabilities, families   Ribbon Cutting Event Friday, 20 April 2018, 10:45am. The Gateway School in Rumsig, Roodepoort   JOHANNESBURG (18 April) – Play Africa announced today the launch of its new Sensory Play exhibit, a unique hands-on play environment created especially for children with …

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PLAY AFRICA LAUNCHES SENSORY PLAY AREA FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM DURING WORLD AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH

Promotes every child’s right to play with play space created for children with disabilities, families   Ribbon Cutting Event Friday, 20 April 2018, 10:45am. The Gateway School in Rumsig, Roodepoort   JOHANNESBURG (18 April) – Play Africa announced today the launch of its new Sensory Play exhibit, a unique hands-on play environment created especially for children with …

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