DIY THERAPY

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Episode 1 - Eniola Onakoya

Considering the need to cater for Children with Special Needs at home amidst the lockdown affecting resumption of schools and other economic activities, KidsABILITY Initiative have put together a Video Series to better support families.

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Episode 2 - Kunle Adewale

Episode 2 of the Home-Based Therapy Video features a unique DIY Art therapy for Special Needs children. The exercise of “The Art of Putting things in Shape” help Children interact with objects around them, turning them to beautiful colored shapes.

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Episode 3 - Emmanuella Akinola

Do you have challenges integrating your Visually Impaired Child in domestic chores routine? Listen to Emmanuella Akinola, the Programmes Director at Access Tech; an Assistive Technology Research, Retail and Training Centre for Visually Impaired Persons.

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Episode 4 - Dr Sunday Agbonike

According to Dr Sunday Agbonike, Animal Assited Therapy (AAT) entails the healing of humans using Animals. It is a reliable approach thathelps children with special needs regardless of their temperaments live a richer quality life.

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Episode 5 - Binta Badjie

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, more children have lost learning hours, which would take a longer time to recover. While some schools are able to cope, using internet-enabled platforms, a lot of Children with Disabilities are left out, especially within Africa.

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Episode 6 - Dr Bobbie Legg

Children generally have different emotions. Sometimes they are able to identify and express it with different behavior or gestures, and other times they might not know how to express their feelings or emotions; especially Children with Special Needs.

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Episode 7 - Olamide Olasunmide

It is interesting to know that objects accessible at home can be used to explore the therapeutic power of arts.
In this episode, Olamide Olasunmide demonstrates basic steps on “The Art of Putting Things in Lines and Shapes”. Watch to the end.
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