Monthly Archives: May 2016
New Approach To Autism
Nirasha Dhaniram, far right, has taken her multi-disciplinary approach to her school for autism. Nirasha Dhaniram, far right, has taken her multi-disciplinary approach to her school for autism.
Neuroplasticity is at the heart of one… Continue reading
Autism Awareness Event
Caz Collins, Kathrin Magon and Sindhuja Jagunandan from Breakthrough Interventions will be among a group of 50 taking part in the Discovery East Coast Radio Big Walk.
STAFF, parents and children from Breakthrough Interventions will participate in… Continue reading
New School For Autistic Children
Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi. Picture: Cornel van Heerden Cape Town – Gauteng has opened 18 new schools for children with autism, Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi said on Thursday.
In addition, another… Continue reading
Staggering Statistics on Autism
Statistics show that one in every 68 children born today will suffer from Autistic Spectrum Disorder(AUTISM) Statistics for the Disease Control in Atlanta in the United States shows that one in every 68… Continue reading
Paralympic athletes with cerebral palsy
A recent study of Paralympic athletes with cerebral palsy found physical training can offset some changes in body composition and physiology caused by the condition.
Study results are published in the American… Continue reading
Melanie Cowpland and her 10-year-old daughter with Autism Sofia
Forty-three-year-old Melanie Cowpland and her 10-year-old daughter, Sofia, left their home in East London, England, on November 14, 2015 to raise awareness on autism across Africa. Sofia is autistic.
The… Continue reading
Cupcakes were sold for Autism at Cradlestone Mall on 29 April.
Current Mrs Commonwealth South Africa finalist, Lizelle Kachelhoffer was joined by her little helpers to not only appease those with a sweet tooth, but also educate them about… Continue reading