Bring playtime to 100 children with disabilities

 
$6,618
$1,717
Raised
Remaining
Apr 3, 2013

World Autism Day

Today, April 2, is World Autism Awareness Day -- a chance to address stigma, build awareness and develop support structure for a more inclusive society. Uhambo's Ndinogona "I Can" Stimulation Program provides the opportunity for children with disabilities to realize their potential. 

At another day care center in a township of Cape Town that utilizes the Stimulation Kit, Soso, an 8-year-old with autism, repeated words for the first time with his therapist recently. His therapists believe that soemday he may be able to read and write.

What a fantastic breakthrough that many others can achieve with the  Ndinogona "I Can" Stimulation Kit!

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Organization

Uhambo

Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
http://www.uhambousa.org

Project Leader

Lucinda Kerschensteiner

Founding Director
Fort Collins, Colorado United States

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