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The importance of making “eye contact” during early childhood
10/27/201910/27/2019
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The importance of making “eye contact” during early childhood

As parents we often focus our attention on the BIG development areas of our children.  It is the natural instinct of every parent to monitor the first time baby sits independently, holds a spoon, feeds themselves, walks and talks.  But what about eye-contact? Most parents that I have spoken to in my career admit to...

New Classrooms
06/05/201802/28/2019
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New Classrooms

In an Autism School the way the classrooms are set up is very important.  Many feel that blank walls with no sensory input is the route to go but at the Amazing K Autism School and Center for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) we know how important it is to prepare the child for the world...

Zoo trot 2019
05/05/201802/28/2019
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Zoo trot 2019

Another fantastic event at the Johannesburg Zoo this year with Jozi for Autism.  Great turnout from not just teachers but also our parents.  We launched our new logo in conjunction with the walk.  

Newly renovated kitchen
04/05/201812/05/2018
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Newly renovated kitchen

Another beautiful make over for our children this year was the revamp of the Paul Street Kitchen.  We got our permits to cook at the school and the children have enjoyed every minute of baking Friday this year.    

Year end 2017
12/04/201702/25/2019
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Year end 2017

2017 was an incredible year for the Amazing K Autism School and Center for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).  Not just did we open our Sharonlea Branch but we also got our zoning for more learners at our Paul Street Branch. Because parties and celebrations can be a fantastic teaching time!  We arranged a fun filled...

Vulnerable Children’s day
05/11/201705/11/2017
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Vulnerable Children’s day

We had the privileged of attending the Vulnerable children’s day in Muldersdrift on Saturday 6th March.  A brilliant initiative put together by the Community Ministries.  One which brought hundreds of teachers from informal settlements together to learn more about Autism and other disabilities. Great speakers, great attendance and a fantastic morning.  So awesome seeing so...

Testimonial: Tshamaano Makananise
03/16/201706/04/2019
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Testimonial: Tshamaano Makananise

Amazing K – not just a school! Amazing is what this school is. My son has developmental problems and delayed in a lot of areas compared to his peers but since coming to the school. I have seen wonderful and well in fact amazing changes in my son. His speech is developing and he interacts...

Testimonial: Prevashnie
03/16/201706/04/2019
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Testimonial: Prevashnie

Hello, My name is Prevashnie  ,  I personally just want to say thank you for Amazing K  and,  such awesome people! Thank you for giving our kids an education when they were turned down by other schools. Thank you for educating people when clearly they don’t know about autism and what parents go through having...