Ghanaian star actress, Nadia Buari recently celebrated her birthday with the students and staff of the Autism Awareness Care and Training Centre(AACT), a local support and education centre for children with autism.
The actress visited the centre to celebrate her birthday by donating food items, toy cars, balls, dolls, stationery, mats, and drinks to the children. She also shared her birthday cake with the children all in a bid to create awareness for this centre.
The Autism Awareness Care and Training Centre(AACT) was founded in 1998 by Mrs Serwah Quaynor, a mother of a child with autism. In search of services to help her child, Mrs Quaynor made a personal commitment to help other Ghanaian children with autism.
Since creating the centre, Mrs Quaynor has worked tirelessly to help parents of children with autism in Ghana to better understand the disability and to feel that there is a safe place to go for support and help. AACT is an established non-governmental and non-profit organization based in Accra.
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