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Rotary gifts Lego to Amazing K
03/28/201903/28/2019
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Rotary gifts Lego to Amazing K

Getting a child to play with Lego does not require much persuasion, even when that child has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). At Amazing K Autism School we encourage Lego play and it has proven to be very successful.Lego based activities challenge children’s learning barriers but it is a fun and interactive way to teach everything...

Autism Training & Support for Parents (FREE)
03/26/201904/25/2019
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Autism Training & Support for Parents (FREE)

Join us for free training and support sessions. These sessions are aimed at parents of children between the ages of 2 of 5 years that have a diagnosed Autism Spectrum Disorder, Speech/Language Delays, ADHD/ADD or Aspergers. They are also ideal for young parents that suspect that their child may be on the Spectrum. The workshops...

11/19/201511/19/2015
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Lion Cub Visits

Animal’s play a huge role in our Curriculum and we try to arrange termly animal-interactive sessions for our learners.  To find out more on our Curriculum please visit the Curriculum section of this site.

11/02/201511/02/2015
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Therapy Dogs and autism

Today the people from Paws for People came to visit our school – Therapy Dogs and Autism:  A BIT ABOUT PAWS FOR PEOPLE: It is a South African based non-profit organisation that currently offers Animal Assisted Therapy and Animal Assisted Activity programs in Gauteng, Free State, Natal and our sister unit in Cape Town,” Paw Pals.”...

10/19/201510/19/2015
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Fancy dress

Halloween is a time where we dress up and have fun at school.  Trick or treating, decorating biscuits, watching movies and fun game.  The aim of this day is to help familiarize our learners with “Halloween in public places” to help de-sensitize them to what is going on and to help them understand why (and...

04/02/201404/02/2014
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April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day

April 2nd is world autism awareness day and we thought we would share some history with you: “The United Nations General Assembly adopted resolution 62/139, tabled by the State of Qatar, in 2007 to declare 2 April as World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD). World Autism Awareness Day shines a light (LIUB) on autism as a growing...