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​​AUTISM in AFRICA

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Evaluation report of our 2nd Autism Training Workshop held in Cape Coast, Ghana in November 2015:

“The training is excellent and must be done at least once a year. I think letter must be sent to all schools to alert the headteachers in order to allow the teachers to attend the workshop in full. To learn in full so as to help the pupils to adopt to at least the basics in everyday life.” 

Prepared by: Emmanuel Kusi Achampong 
(CPD Coordinator, School of Medical Sciences, University of Cape Coast)

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“It is an excellent programme which needs to be done frequently to help parents and children”

“As a nurse on the pediatric ward and a parent I have really benefitted by attending the program. I have really been educated and am happy I attended the workshop.”

This program has been of great help to me. I recommend that it should be done more often so that we can learn more about how to deal with autistic children. I consider the one on one interaction with the child as the best ABA method we can adopt.”

"At first I was losing hope but for the little that I have be thought, have made me rewarding of losing hope.” (At first I was losing hope but the little that I have been taught has made me not lose hope anymore)

“The planning and the presentations were precise and wonderful.     Recommendation: 1.) The need to get a training centre for people who want to be caregivers & teachers.2.) Teaching and learning materials for the ABA methodology. 3. Accommodation to facilitate the one-to-one methodology.” 

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“It has really help(ed) me as a person to advocate to others. Recommendation: As a public health educator, I would use the knowledge I have acquired here, relevant to create the awareness and to educate the parents in the Communities I work. Thank very much CHIP International for this in Ghana.”

2nd CAPE COAST AUTISM TRAINING WORKSHOP 


Diagnosis and Identification of Autism Spectrum Disorders and Learning Disabilities 


UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST, GHANA 
November 10th – 13th, 2015 

TESTIMONIALS and EVALUATIONS

“ Excellent. Should be more frequent. Should spread to the other regions. Government officials should also be present.”

“Superb and I suggest it should be organized in other regions. Recommendation: As a participant for this particular workshop, I have acquired adequate skills about handling pupils with Autism. I therefore suggest that there should be continue(d) training at least yearly basis to acquire new skills in handling autistic children.”