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Let’s Talk Disability

Let’s Talk Disability

WHY There is a need for facilitated, local conversations about disability, inclusion and the rights of people with disabilities. WHO All community members; Adults with disabilities; Community Development and Health Workers, Social & Auxiliary Workers, teachers,...
Let’s Talk Friends

Let’s Talk Friends

WHY Raises awareness about disability to facilitate inclusive school environments. This can encourage inclusive play amongst children and more inclusive practices amongst teachers. It facilitates constructive conversations about disability and inclusive school...
Ndinogona “I Can” Stimulation Programme

Ndinogona “I Can” Stimulation Programme

WHY Ndinogona promotes the basic right that every child has to play. WHO Parents of children with dIsabilities (CWDs); disability specific/special needs centres; community workers doing home based activities with CWDs; community members interested in working with...
Inclusive Play

Inclusive Play

WHY Participants become aware of the need for play and learning for all children with the aim to understand and action play and learning opportunities for children with disabilities. WHO ECD centre (‘ inclusive’ and ‘not yet inclusive’ ), teachers, carers, programme...
Ecosystems for Inclusion

Ecosystems for Inclusion

WHY Capacitate professionals in terms of appropriate referral pathways for persons with disabilities and their families. WHO All Professionals WHAT Participants explore what functioning referral networks look like within communities. They will be equipped with a...
Different types of Impairments

Different types of Impairments

WHY Capacitates participants to identify and support local stakeholders who can champion inclusive play for children with disabilities in their communities. WHO Rehabilitation therapists (PT, OT, SLTs, permanent & comm-serve); Multi-disciplinary teams (Community...
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