Togetherness and Belonging module launch

Togetherness and Belonging module launch

We are excited to share with you the 'togetherness and belonging' module!Developed together with families of children with disabilities, health and community workers, disabled persons organisations, researchers and educationalists - it has been a great team effort!The...

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Inclusive Education: Obuntu Bulamu

Inclusive Education: Obuntu Bulamu

Hello everyone! We would like to share 'Obuntu bulamu', a project that is working to improve inclusion of children with disabilities in primary schools. Obuntu bulamu refers to characteristics of generosity, consideration and humaneness towards others in the...

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Life after ZIKA: The Juntos Programme

Life after ZIKA: The Juntos Programme

This blog has been written from the perspective of Silvia Pinheiro, a mother from Brazil sharing her experience of raising a child with congenital Zika syndrome and becoming a facilitator in a social support program which provided her the coping skills to...

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Let hope grow!

Let hope grow!

Communicating family experiences of caring for young children with disability.  "Let Hope Grow" is a collaborative project between researchers, artists and families, to raise public awareness around families’ experiences of child disability in Uganda. The project aims...

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2 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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2 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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2 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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2 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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