Connect Special Needs Forum of Imbalito Hope College hosted the South African Rainbow Walk for Autism awareness and acceptance at Moses Mabhida Stadium for World Autism Awareness month on 14 April 2018. The event highlighted Autism as a spectrum disorder, where each individual is unique and diverse, like the kaleidoscope of colours in the rainbow

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Our Forum Connect Special Needs is happy to be the hosting venue for this amazing training : Understanding the Developmental levels of DIR.

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CONNECT AUTISM AWARENESS IN THE BIG WALK 2017

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Seminar by Psychiatrist, Dr MS Salduker

On the 1st of October 2016 Connect special needs and autism joint forum for professionals, parents and community; hosted a seminar by Psychiatrist, Dr MS Salduker at the Umhlanga Netcare Hospital.

Dr. MS Salduker discussed the practice approach to the management of children on the autism spectrum. The event was well attended, most informative and enlightening.

Connect special needs forum is a community service project of Imbalito Hope College and Therapy Centre. Nirasha Dhaniram , Director and Psychologist (also a parent of a child with autism) says the aim of the Forum is to unite all professionals and the community in special needs education and treatments so that we can learn and work together to help our children, persons and families affected by autism and related disorders. 

The next seminar morning will be held on 05 November 2016.

The speaker will be Dr Nerica Ramsoonder, KZN's first Developmental Paediatrician. Please contact 032 586 0200 or admin@connectspecialneeds.co.za and visit www.connectspecialneeds.co.za for further information.

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The Seminar was extremely informative, interactive and well attended.