From session to session parents share how many times they are judged and told that they do not know how to parent their child.
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Inspire reaches out to individuals with various disabilities including autism, profound neurological and learning difficulties, behaviour that challenges and others, to support them and their families. We do this through many services and disability programs that are offered at a highly subsidised rate or sometimes even for free. We could never do this without voluntary giving and helping. There are various ways in which you can help that will enable us to continue to support so many people in need. Find out how and start making a real difference in someone’s life today.
Inspire Foundation will be launching the campaign “What Autism Has Taught Me” intending to raise more awareness about autism among the public.
in honour of International Women's Day
The act of play is developmentally important for children. Interacting with their toys, their world, and their peers is how kids begin to develop critical thinking, empathy, motor skills, and the ability to communicate effectively. For children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, the development of play skills may happen differently, and may follow a different timetable.