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Gaza's First Teacher with Down Syndrome. In Just 45 Seconds, This App Can Help Parents Diagnose Developmental Disorders in Children. Harsh Songra created the ‘My Child’ App when he was just 18 years old, to help parents diagnose developmental disorders in their children in just 45 seconds.

In Just 45 Seconds, This App Can Help Parents Diagnose Developmental Disorders in Children

A study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that by 2025, every second child born, will be autistic and every sixth child will face developmental problems. Despite these figures however, developmental issues tend to remain unaddressed and are still largely misunderstood. How Face Masks, Art and Theatre Are Helping Autistic Children. Read how a theatre specialist is using face masks to help autistic children overcome the challenges of making eye contact, focusing and concentrating.

How Face Masks, Art and Theatre Are Helping Autistic Children

When Parasuram Ramamoorthy, a theatre specialist, heard the word autism for the first time, he misheard it as ‘artism’. That was happenstance with a purpose, because from then on art has been changing the lives of many children with autism. Neurologists across the world are trying to solve the three biggest challenges of autism – the inability of autistic children to make eye contact, their short attention span and their lack of empathy. These seemingly insurmountable challenges have been surpassed not by any medical miracle but a simple tool used in traditional Indian theatre – the face mask.

Stella Young: I’m not your inspiration, thank you very much. Ynet רגעים של אומץ וחופש כנגד כל הנסיבות - מעורבות.

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Raimundo A. Sobrinho. Improve Your Situation. UNSTOPPABLE: A Quad Amputee Story. In the Key of Genius: Derek Paravicini and Adam Ockelford at TEDxWarwick 2013. Derek Paravicini takes requests! The man who leads with no limbs. Increasing Access to Broadway: The Theatre Development Fund Makes Music and Dance Available to All. In this post, Lisa Carling, the Theatre Development Fund's Director of Accessibility Programs, answers our questions about the organization and the success of its programs and services.

Increasing Access to Broadway: The Theatre Development Fund Makes Music and Dance Available to All

Can you provide background on the history of the Theatre Development Fund? Theatre Development Fund (TDF) was created in 1968 in the conviction that the live theatrical arts afford a unique expression of the human condition that must be sustained and nurtured. TDF acts on this conviction by making it possible for people who could not otherwise attend the theatre to do so. Over the past 44 years, we have enabled more than 80 million admissions, and in so doing, have returned more than $2 billion to thousands of theatre and dance productions.

In an era of diminishing cultural participation, we are actively engaged in researching and building audience development programs which will help ensure audiences for the live theatrical arts for generations to come. What is your role at the Theatre Development Fund? Guy with no arms plays piano and wins China's Got Talent. Armless man and blind friend plant over 10,000 trees. Two Become ONE: Blind Man and friend with No Arms plant 10.000 trees in 10 years in China. My philosophy for a happy life: Sam Berns at TEDxMidAtlantic 2013. TEDxIronwoodStatePrison. Restaurant Owner Tim Harris: "I Have Down Syndrome. I Am Awesome." Our Mission. Aimee Mullins: My 12 pairs of legs. ‫נגר ללא ידיים - כתוביות בעברית‬‎

My Walker Does Not Define Me: Emily's Story - A Beautiful Body Project. I wasn't always confident in my body image.

My Walker Does Not Define Me: Emily's Story - A Beautiful Body Project

My body works differently than an able body. Youtube. Youtube. [Amazing Video] Watch Sentayehu Teshale making Stools. Pro Infirmis «Because who is perfect?» Achilles International. In 1976, Dick Traum, an above the knee amputee, found himself approaching middle age and out of shape.

Achilles International

After joining a local YMCA, Dick began running – small distances at first and then, eventually several miles. Within a year, Dick became the first amputee to run the New York City Marathon. The experience was life changing, bringing a powerful sense of achievement and self-esteem. In 1983, seeking to provide that same opportunity to other people with disabilities, Dick created the Achilles Track Club, now called Achilles International. Today, this non-profit organization has chapters and members in over 65 locations within the United States and abroad. Over the years, Achilles has also developed specialized programs for children and war veterans.

While our programs focus on athletics, the truth is, sports are simply the tool for accomplishing our main objective: to bring hope, inspiration and the joys of achievement to people with disabilities. Pamoja documentry.mp4. Inside I'm Dancing 1/8 only James McAvoy. Ale – English. Nalagaat Center. Benda Bilili. To see Staff Benda Bilili in action click here.

Benda Bilili

It is just after 11pm at the Senat bar in the roughshod district of Ndjili in Kinshasa, half an hour's bone-jarring drive straight from the clammy hell that is the international airport. The bar comprises a roughly 12-metre square outdoor space with plastic chairs and tables on the dirt floor, a string of lights hung up and above a tree, and then what is the stage – a level surface three-quarters covered by a tin roof, and then a second tree that looks like it has erupted through its left-hand end; three coloured lights decorate the set – yellow, blue and red – but it is also harshly illuminated on this starless evening by the lights of a French film-maker. Pamoja Dance Group.