Are you a parent, caregiver or professional dealing with Neurodiverse children?
The Butterfly Centre in Stanford invites you to an open morning on 9 November, where you’ll learn all about the work currently being done at this unique facility, as well as their plans for the future.
This information is not only for the benefit of parents thinking of enrolling their children for 2020, but for everyone involved in assisting children with special needs. In the future, The Butterfly Centre would like to help bring training and support to this area for all parents, facilitators and caregivers.
Founded by Jami Kastner of Stanford Hills, whose groundbreaking efforts were recently rewarded when she won the Woman of the Year trophy at the Mayoral Awards, the Butterfly Centre is planning to move its premises to farm land available on the Stanford Hills Estate. This move will not only help to make the project more financially viable in future as it eliminates the need for expensive rental premises, but will also offer a host of opportunities for practical skills training and development.
Jami is inviting everyone to come along and let her know their needs. “Come and tell us what you would like to see in order for us to best help children in the area dealing with issues such as ASD, GDD, PDA and other challenges on the vast spectrum of special needs,” she says. “Standing together, supporting each other and sharing information is the best way to ensure that these special children get the best chance in life and can each reach their own full potential.”
To RSVP or for more information, contact Sindy on 0728217473 during school hours, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Butterfly Centre can be found at 36 Daneel Street, Stanford. The Open Morning will start at 10:00 on Saturday 9 November.