Raising Autism Awareness in African Countries

Autism awareness ribbon

Autism awareness in Zimbabwe, like in many African countries, is very low.  This is true not only amongst the general population but also amongst professionals who should be trusted to provide guidance to parents about their child’s development. When children Read More …

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Autism in Africans

Crying Black woman

  I can still remember the man’s exact words: “how can I tell them, they wouldn’t understand”. They, were his brother and family members living elsewhere in Canada. What he couldn’t tell them was that his son had autism. I Read More …

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5 Reasons for Choosing Qigong Massage Therapy For Your Child with Special Needs

Parents often struggle with choosing from the myriad of therapies available. I remember the intense feeling of being crushed by too much information coming at me all at once. Those were the early days following my son’s diagnosis with autism. Read More …

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Focusing on Inclusion and Celebrating Neurodiversity on World Autism Awareness Day 2016

  Autism occurs in both sexes and all races. It is part of the human experience and contributes to the tapestry of human diversity. This year, the United Nations challenges us to celebrate neurodiversity and to ensure that people with Read More …

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Eden Qigong Massage at the Salon de l’autisme, 2015

Eden Qigong Massage was delighted to take part in the second edition of the Salon de l’autisme, 2015. This is the largest exhibition for all things related to autism in the Montreal area. The Salon is held at the Cosmodome Read More …

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