Ability Guidebook_ I Am Going To The Apartheid Museum!
I cannot thank the National Education Association Foundation’s Global Fellowship program enough for helping make this Ability Guidebook happen! As part of their program I travelled to South Africa and was able to take photos to create 12 new Ability Guidebooks. These free online supports help autistic people visit places in the community and because of the NEAF, quite a few of South Africa’s museums are now easier to visit for people with travel anxiety.
Stellenbosch, South Africa has their very first Ability Guidebook! This will support autistic visitors to the Village Museum.
I want to humbly thank the National Education Association Foundation for honoring me for choosing me for their Global Fellowship not once, but twice. This fellowship has allowed me to create over a dozen Ability Guidebooks for Peru and South Africa. The NEAF in an incredible supporter of people with special needs and I am forever grateful!
Ability Guidebook_ I Am Going To The Stellenbosch Village Museum!
I would very much like to thank the National Education Association Foundation’s Global Fellow Program for making me a Global Fellow for the second time. As a Fellow I travelled to Peru and now South Africa and because of that these two countries will have close to a dozen Ability Guidebooks! Thank you NEAF!!!
Walter Sisulu Square is one of the most important spots in recent South African History. I am pleased to announce that there is now an Ability Guidebook to help autistic people visit this important place in the history of apartheid and civil rights.
I’m really thrilled that Johannesburg has their first Ability Guidebook! This free online support will help autistic people and people with travel anxiety go to the Nelson Mandela House!
If I had my wish, every museum in the world would have an Ability Guidebook. I’m pleased to say that the South African National Gallery of Art now has a book!