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Monday, 11 May 2015

Autism Awareness Events by the C.A.D.E.T. Academy, Abuja

The Comprehensive Autism and related Disabilities Education and Training (C.A.D.E.T.) Academy in conjunction with the non-profit Dewdrops Community Centre for Special Needs, both located in Abuja, organized a series of Autism Awareness events in the month of April. April is the International Month for Autism Awareness.

Below are some pictures from an Annual Aerobics Dance session/Bikers Road show which featured the prestigious 09 Bikers MC Abuja. Also, below are pictures from the Annual Autism Awareness fundraising Dinner/Seminar held at the Transcorp Hilton in Abuja.

This documentary film, "When Dew Drops" which was launched at the dinner, tells the story about Autism and related Special Education Needs in Nigeria, please watch:

You can view more pictures on our Facebook page: Comprehensive Autism & related Disabilities Education & Training Academy

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20 comments:

Davido's driver said...

Nice one

Anonymous said...

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Alexander Precious said...

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brian wonder said...

Noted!!

Juliet Iwuno said...

Way to go fellas. Thumbs up to dem. Linda take note!

Valentine N Egbuna said...

Quite inspiring.

I'm out ***CATCH ME IF U CAN***

Juliet Iwuno said...

Way to go fellas. Thumbs up to dem. Linda take note!

ed DREAMZ said...

a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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Ok thats nice but they should play safe before person injure himself for nothing...
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***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Nice

Gloria Okaimam said...

There's need for the awareness because some people don't understand what autism is.

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Nana smooth said...

Dats nice

Chika ibeh said...

i wish govt will look into dis autism issue as autism doesn't hav a cure yet. i know how it is cos i hav a brother dat suffers from it.... dear lord hav mercy

ROYAL PRIESTHOOD said...

Dis is great, and cool. Thumbs up to them.

Subomi said...

unbelievable sometimes how selfless some Nigerians can be, proud of yall

ROYAL PRIESTHOOD said...

Dis is lovely, and cool.

chekus said...

Good job
Commander Uche & Lola Aneke!

Anonymous said...

I wish this was in lagos.... It is well

Becky Esmile said...

Hi dear, how old is your brother? My NGO looks after young people with autism, learning disability and mental health issues and will be visiting Nigeria next two months to assist and educate families with children who suffers from such disability.

Jessica said...

Really great article.Thank you for sharing with us.We work for helpless ill people.We sell medicine and other medical products for them at the very lowest rate.they can easily buy their medicine from from NHS Heroes. It must help them.Thank you again!

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