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Tunaweza
Therapy & Alternative learning for Special Needs Children with Autism Cerebral Palsy , Down syndrome hydrocephalus & delayed development in Uganda 0752600196
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Natasha Kassami Sep 13
..”For your people love every stone in her walls and cherish even the dust in her streets. Then the nations will tremble b4 the Lord. The kings of the earth will tremble before his glory. He’ll listen to the prayers of the destitute. He won’t reject their pleas.”
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Family Network (FND) Apr 1
The 2019 World Autism Awareness Day observance at UN Headquarters in New York will focus on leveraging the use of assistive technologies for persons with as a tool in removing the barriers to their full social, economic and political participation in society
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Nicole Rogerson Apr 1
Look at what our clever Rockmelons pulled together to mark the day! Note: voiceover guy was cheap! 🍈🍈🍈
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PositivePartnerships Apr 1
Today is World Autism Awareness Day () - the theme for this year is 'Assistive Technologies, Active Participation'. National coordinator for , Craig Smith (), published this piece today on autism and assistive technologies:
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Growing Early Minds Apr 1
TODAY 2 April is World Autism Awareness Day a chance to celebrate everyone that makes up our wonderful autism community, the individuals on the spectrum, families and friends who love them, educators, employers, & health professionals who provide support
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Autism Awareness Aus Apr 1
"To mark World Autism Day, the Sydney mum will soon have her first book about Lachlan, who is now seven, utilised in Australian schools to teach kids that being different "can be brilliant"
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WEtalk Series Official Apr 1
Autism is one of the five pervasive developmental disorders (PDD), which are characterized by widespread abnormalities of social interactions and communication, and severely restricted interests and highly repetitive behavior.
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Autism mom Uganda Mar 31
As a parent, you know your child better than anyone else..Druscilla wanted me to take her selfie before the autism awareness walk at her school.. I do respect her decision
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Autism mom Uganda Mar 31
When my lovely beautiful daughter Druscilla had her diagnosis, she was 3years old.. I promised her and myself..to stay calm, ask questions, do research, educate myself, seek support, be sure she is not defined by the diagnosis Be the best advocate & will never give up on you gal
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Tunaweza Apr 1
Be Dadvocate - Dads need to join moms on the front lines in classrooms and communities
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Autism mom Uganda Mar 31
Disability only becomes a tragedy when society fails to provide the things needed to lead one's daily life..Druscilla had just received her ear defender from a good Samaritan due of the noise sensory, she wasn't comfortable .now all is ok
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Autism mom Uganda Mar 31
There is nothing to be ashamed of.. Every child is a blessing.. Autism will never stop us from smiling..
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NMS Uganda Apr 1
Although autism is not a disease, it is a treatable condition. People with Autism or Asperger's Syndrome are unique with unique sets of symptoms and with the right coaching can live independent lives and make an extensive contribution to society
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News JS Uganda Apr 1
World Autism Awareness Day: Chinese Scientists Discover New Prospect of Treatment - News18
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Autism mom Uganda Mar 31
Every child is gifted, they just unwrap their packages at different times. Autism Same road Same brick Different view But all beautiful and wonderful children.
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Autism mom Uganda Mar 31
Children with Autism can hear you,understand much more than you know. They are inspiring, very intelligent,wonderful, awesome children.. Always with a smile
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Tunaweza Apr 1
Autism does not require medication, autism needs family! Keep it up
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Save Children with Autism Uganda Apr 1
Its happening ! Come let us celebrate together! Kisaasi Off Komamboga Road, Call us for more information +256393224292.
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WomANZ 🌈 Apr 1
Today is . Throughout the month we will be sharing some facts and featuring articles/information. Take time to ask questions, share information and create healthy and inclusive discussions. Together we can make the world a better place.
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