Baby Ubuntu is now available to download

Baby Ubuntu is now available to download

This programme offers support to infants from 0-2 years with neurodevelopmental impairment, and their families. Download our materials for a group participatory early intervention programme here

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Launching Ubuntu and Baby Ubuntu

We're delighted to share how the next version of our parent group programmes have been updated! You can download the webinar slides here. Or watch the webinar on updating Getting to Know Cerebral Palsy here Our our complete webinar series can be downloaded here ...

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Handouts for parents and caregivers

Handouts for parents and caregivers

Together with caregivers, group facilitators and programme coordinators, we have produced a resource for parents that is both a handout and a poster. Having a poster displayed at home is a great way to remind ourselves of what we're learning together. It can also be...

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Animations: child development and developmental disability

Animations: child development and developmental disability

Download and use these animated videos from ICED on child developmental and developmental disability, with versions in English, Portuguese and Spanish. The first of these videos provides information on child development across different domains and considers how this...

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Enablement: New tip sheets and flip charts

Enablement: New tip sheets and flip charts

In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, Enablement developed tip sheets on four main topics for Light for the World with funding from the Austrian Development Cooperation: - Eating and drinking - Epilepsy, Nodding Syndrome and medication - Active lifestyle - Communication...

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Running safe groups

Is the intervention essential? Will the children deteriorate without the input? Young children with developmental disabilities particularly severe disabilities are at risk of deterioration without ongoing input and support. Those particularly at risk would be those...

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Updating ‘Getting to Know Cerebral Palsy’

Thank you to everyone who joined our webinar on Wednesday 22nd July 2020 - it was great to see so many of you online with us. We have recorded the session about how are are going to create version 2 of Getting to Know Cerebral Palsy (GTKCP) and update and edit the...

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3 months ago

"It gave me confidence and I got to know what happened to my child and I appreciated the fact I was not alone.” Connection and togetherness are at the heart of our programmes. More quotes on the blog: #WorldMentalHealthDay ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

We Run #Ubuntu #babyubuntu for facilitators, parents, caregivers, and children with cerebral palsy. #Ubuntu #babyubuntu aims to increase knowledge and skills in caring for a child with cerebral palsy, and support caregivers in an understanding environment. Let's keep raising awareness together #worldcerebralpalsyawarenessday ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Supportive positioning can help a child with #cerebralpalsy fulfil essential daily actvities, communicate, eat, wash and play. Even simple assistive devices can enhance learning and development, helping them participate in family and community life. Learn more in module 3 and 5: bit.ly/Ubuntumanual ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

In Module 4 of our manuals we look at how important a nutritious and balanced diet is for children with #developmentaldisabilities, and provide practical advice for families on diet, nutrition and feeding. Explore the updated caregiver resources: www.ubuntu-hub.org/resources/ ... See MoreSee Less
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