Real Talk, SABC 3 – October 02, 2018

‘Living with Autism’

On the 2nd of October, the SAFTA award-winning talk show presented by Azania Mosaka featured Krishen Samuel, Therapy Director at CARE, and various guests who shared their experiences of living with Autism…

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North Eastern Tribune – May 31, 2018

‘As many as one in 68 children could have autism’

Orange Grove – Early detection and intervention are critical when it comes to children with autism. The Centre for Autism Research and Education has seen a dramatic rise in the number of children with autism who require specialised intervention…

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Sandton Chronicle – May 12, 2017

CARE is a lifesaver

Parkmore’s Dr Rakhee Singh, mother of Mehul Soni (8), told the Sandton Chrinicle that the Centre for Autism, Research and Education (CARE) has been an invaluble and integral component of their success with Mehul so far. Mehul was diagnosed at 18 months of age with classic autism…

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Joburg East Express – April 7, 2017

Care celebrates World Autism Day

Children of the Centre for Autism, Research and Education (CARE) in Orange Grove had the time of their lives when they were hosted at Rush in Greenstone to celebrate World Autism Day.
Children were treated to jam-packed full-filled activies to celebrate…

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Sandton Chronicle – April 02, 2015

Putting Care into autism awareness

MELROSE ARCH – The Centre for Autism Research and Education (Care) held a joyous event at Melrose Arch for World Autism Day. World Autism Day is observed on 2 April and is observed by wearing the colour blue. The centre was started by occupational therapist, Rozanna Riback in 2011…

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Sandton Chronicle – April 28, 2017

CARE celebrates World Autism Day in style

World Autism Awareness Day, celebrated annually on 2 April, aims to increase awareness about autism, especially for children affected by the disorder. The day often features educational events for teachers, healthcare workers and parents, as well as exhibitions showcasing work created by children with autism….

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Special Kids

Meet the parents: Satish Soni and Dr Rakhee Singh

Initially, when he was non verbal we used sign language, Makaton, and PECS (picture exchange card system). Mehul embarked on a very intensive early intervention program at the Centre for Autism Research & Education (C.A.R.E) centre in 2011, when he was just over 2.5 years old…

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North Eastern Tribune – March 31, 2017

New home for Care

Children of the Centre for Autism, Research and Education (CARE) is inviting community members and parents of children with autism or special needs to attend the official launch of the new centre in Orange Grove on 23 April at 11 am. Care is a registered independent school for children up to Grade 12…

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CARE has not only played a major role in my son’s development but has also helped my family move forward in life and come to terms with his condition.

Garreth

To our knowledge, CARE is the only school in South Africa, which not only provides a full-time combination of school and therapy, but also does so in a manner, which is sustainable and affordable to families.

Stefan and Michelle

CARE is, without a doubt, a centre of excellence for children with Autism, and the therapy, teaching and love my daughter receives at CARE would not be available anywhere else in Johannesburg and most probably South Africa.

Cathy

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