Q & A
important things you should know
Our experienced facilitators are capable of supporting different learning styles and creating cognitive conflict required for learning by encouraging participation, expression, experimentation and reflection on theoretical models and practical experiences.
Access to education is one of the basic rights to humanity and when exercised effectively it promotes individual freedom and empowerment and yields important development benefits, and there are a number of factors that when positively addressed education does not end up becoming a privilege.
The lack of special schools in disadvantaged communities coupled with lack of skilled Special Needs Teachers has gravely affected the disabled community to an extent that skills/gifts and talents invested in them go un-nurtured resulting in the system labelling the disabled “Good for nothing – Better recipients of grants”.
It takes professionals coming together to nurture such gifts thereby rewriting the chapter of Better recipients of grants. By this we say let the disabled be taught to use their skills to become economic contributors in the communities they live in.
LeadChange Developments seeks to make its presence known in all communities of South Africa by positively addressing the plight of the disabled firstly through education. Having successfully produced amazing results in Dobsonville Soweto (See success story) the organisation is therefore expanding its services to the communities of Mogale City.
The classroom shown is a twenty sit and learners disabilities are vast (Blind, Deaf, Cerebral Palsy and Physical Disabilities), these are all from the community of Kagiso. This effort was made successful through committed individuals from SAPS, Ward 7 Committee Members, Social Worker, jointly seating every Thursday for 3 months proposing for what is seen in the picture. The class was opened on 3 April 2017 and student numbers are increasing.
2332 Luthuli Street, Dobsonville, Soweto, 1836