Firm takes children living with down syndrome on virtual reality tour
To mark the children’s day on Monday, Brainiacs STEM and Robotics celebrated kids with special needs by offering an immersive educational tour for children living with Down syndrome at the Down Syndrome Foundation Nigeria. The team of Brainiacs STEM and Robotics alongside its partners, which included Clifford Ajefo, Bisola and Racheal Inegbedion, engaged the kids…
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Fashola’s wife, others urge more support for down syndrome kids
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First Bank employees lift partially sighted, children with down syndrome
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Expert tasks families on children with Down Syndrome
Worried by challenges parents go through in managing children with Down Syndrome and lack of access to healthcare facilities to manage such, a medical expert, Dr. Oduero Olatunji...
Handle Down Syndrome children with care, expert tells parents, caregivers
Counsellor and founder, Moyinoluwa Rainbow Foundation, Mrs. Tola Makinde, has advised parents, caregivers and communities to always show love and give adequate care to children living with Down Syndrome.
“I will do my best and give hope to children living with Down Syndrome”
Adetola Makinde is a B.Sc. holder in Business Management from Usman Danfodio University. She is the founder of Mo Rainbow Foundation and Mo Rainbow Down syndrome Ability Centre, which are both non-profit organisations.
Caring for Down Syndrome victims
It is a painful thing for a child’s right to life to be decided ever before his arrival on earth. This, of course, is the plight of children with Down syndrome ailment.