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  • Organisation

    The Royal School of Educational Therapy (RSE-T) Foundation is a non-profit private school that provides therapeutic services and academic programmes for General Education and Special Education students from Kindergarten to High School. RSETF prepares pupils in general education for University Education and pupils in Special Education for Vocational Life-Long Skills.

    The vision of RSE-T Foundation is to provide its students with therapeutic and socially enriched academic support and enhanced enlightened opportunities in life. The mission of RSE-T Foundation is to provide students with intellectual disabilities and other learning challenges with the tools to achieve their greatest academic and social potential in a nurturing and safe environment.

    Specifically, RSETF goals are:

    • Provide students with learning disabilities and other learning challenges a wide range of intensive, individualised Educational Therapy interventions designed to remediate learning problems.

    • Provide students with the tools to achieve their greatest potential academically and socially by boosting their self-confidence and self-esteem socially.

    • Conduct Capacity Building of General and Special Education Teachers and Administrators.

    • Raise Awareness and sensitise the general public on social and educational inclusion.

    • Organisation

      The Royal School of Educational Therapy (RSE-T) Foundation is a non-profit private school that provides therapeutic services and academic programmes for General Education and Special Education students from Kindergarten to High School. RSETF prepares pupils in general education for University Education and pupils in Special Education for Vocational Life-Long Skills.

      The vision of RSE-T Foundation is to provide its students with therapeutic and socially enriched academic support and enhanced enlightened opportunities in life. The mission of RSE-T Foundation is to provide students with intellectual disabilities and other learning challenges with the tools to achieve their greatest academic and social potential in a nurturing and safe environment.

      Specifically, RSETF goals are:

      • Provide students with learning disabilities and other learning challenges a wide range of intensive, individualised Educational Therapy interventions designed to remediate learning problems.

      • Provide students with the tools to achieve their greatest potential academically and socially by boosting their self-confidence and self-esteem socially.

      • Conduct Capacity Building of General and Special Education Teachers and Administrators.

      • Raise Awareness and sensitise the general public on social and educational inclusion.

    • Project

      Over 260,000 persons with neurodevelopmental disabilities (PWNDs) in the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria are out-of-school and do not have the skills to sustain themselves. Also, PWNDs are not featured enough in the mainstream media and do not have enough opportunities to tell their own stories.

      The Yes We Can project collaborates with relevant stakeholders to identify, assess and empower 50 persons with neurodevelopmental disabilities including a member of their families with vocational and life skills; that enables them to gain the skills needed for societal inclusion during and post the project implementation.

      After learning a vocational skill, participants register a business and work together to manufacture and market their products. This is encouraged through forming a cooperative where they benefit from economic incentives and grant opportunities available to others. Video documentation of the process is conducted and the participants develop a drama component that showcases how they can overcome their challenges and gain skills needed to become meaningful contributors to society economically and socially.

      The project also envisions being a channel of storytelling for and by the participants; highlighting their own words and their own actions. This storytelling tool will prove that if given the opportunity and provided with training, resources, opportunities, approach, knowledge and skills, people with neurodevelopmental disabilities can learn a craft, excel and gain the confidence needed to fully participate in community life.

       

  • Project

    Over 260,000 persons with neurodevelopmental disabilities (PWNDs) in the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria are out-of-school and do not have the skills to sustain themselves. Also, PWNDs are not featured enough in the mainstream media and do not have enough opportunities to tell their own stories.

    The Yes We Can project collaborates with relevant stakeholders to identify, assess and empower 50 persons with neurodevelopmental disabilities including a member of their families with vocational and life skills; that enables them to gain the skills needed for societal inclusion during and post the project implementation.

    After learning a vocational skill, participants register a business and work together to manufacture and market their products. This is encouraged through forming a cooperative where they benefit from economic incentives and grant opportunities available to others. Video documentation of the process is conducted and the participants develop a drama component that showcases how they can overcome their challenges and gain skills needed to become meaningful contributors to society economically and socially.

    The project also envisions being a channel of storytelling for and by the participants; highlighting their own words and their own actions. This storytelling tool will prove that if given the opportunity and provided with training, resources, opportunities, approach, knowledge and skills, people with neurodevelopmental disabilities can learn a craft, excel and gain the confidence needed to fully participate in community life.

     

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