May 21, 2020

Atholhurst School

We cater for learners who fall between Remedial and Special Needs. This will include learners with Speech and Language Disorders, Physical, Mental and Intellectual Disabilities, Developmental and Cognitive Delays, Neurological Difficulties, Learning Difficulties, Syndromes, Asperger’s, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, ADD and ADHD. Contact number: 0824645775Email Address: diane.atkison99@gmail.comWebsite:

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Sizwile School for the deaf

The Sizwile School for the Deaf caters for approximately 300 children between the ages of 3 – 18 years old. These children have different hearing impairments and follow the standard school curriculum, however a few of the children with additional challenges follow a vocational education programme. Contact details: 011 988 1017Email Address: mpolokengdube@rocketmail.comWebsite:

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Ithembalihle School

Ithembelihle, meaning “Place of Good Hope”, is an apt name for our school which was established at the initiative of educators. the educators identified a need to establish an institution which would cater for physically disabled learners during the turmoil of the early 90’s. Over the years, the admissions expanded to include those learners with

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Wesrandse Skool

The West Rand school was established in 1968, and is situated in Wentworth Park, in Krugersdorp. The school is an integrated, multi-cultured, multi-racial school that caters for a variety of learners with special need. The learners at our school all have various special needs or disabilities that make it difficult for them to cope with

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The Parkinson’s

The Parkinson’s Association of South Africa (NPO 003-851) was first established in 1970. For the first 30 years it survived as a very small, privately funded unit, with most of its operations carried out by volunteers.In 2000 Ms Karin Willemse took over as the Director of PASA and updated the organisation’s operational system. Under her

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Occupational Therapy Association of South Africa

Our Vision: By 2022, we envisage occupational therapy as an integral, evidence-based and relevant force meeting society’s occupational needs in partnership with key stakeholders and the public. Our Goal and Aims: .OTASA’s main goal is to further the practice of Occupational Therapy, and we take pride in representing the profession and all occupational therapy professionals

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Oasis Association

Oasis began as Oasis Special School in 1952, providing education for learners with intellectual disability who were excluded from mainstream schooling. As the children grew older, there was the challenge of where they would be able to work, with many failed attempts to place them into the formal job market. In response, we opened the

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National Council for People with Physcial Disabilities in SA

The National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in South Africa (NCPPDSA)is a non-governmental, registered non-profit organisation with a footprint throughout South Africa with nine Provincial Associations for Persons with Disabilities (APDs)with numerous projects and branches serving persons with disabilities at grass root level. Contact number: 011-452-2774Email Address:

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Muscular Dystrophy Foundation of South Africa

The Muscular Dystrophy Foundation of South Africa assists affected persons and their families by: Providing access to international information regarding specific dystrophies, Hosting informative workshops about muscular dystrophy, Providing referrals to health facilities and professional counsellors, Assisting with specialised disability equipment, if funding is available, Providing access to social service professionals for emotional support, Facilitating support

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Lusito Portuguese Association for the Mentally Handicapped

The Lusito Association was established in 1979 by a group of Portuguese parents who found a need for a school for the differently abled within the Portuguese community. The Lusito Association started the first Lusito School under the auspices of the Mental Health Society of the Witwatersrand and has subsequently grown with the school.The Lusito

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