With continue Autism awareness and special needs support in Sierra Leone, West Africa, we now have 36 students enrolled in our special education school. We have been able to convince parents that their special needs children are capable of learning and functioning independently or with minimal support.
One of our students who started our program 3 yrs ago with and non verbal is now helping another student to build blocks. At JPOH we empower each student to function as a whole person.
We are a non profit organization and our program is run by our personal funds and support from some family and friends. we are always looking for new supporters to support our program
On Fridays students do arts and craft and these are some of the drawings and paintings from our students.
Please welcome our newest student at JPOH Edna.
Our staff at Junior’s Place of Hope in Sierra Leone, went out in the communities to talk about autism awareness and how to support individuals with autism.
We now have 22 students as more parents are been educated on autism and more special needs.
We welcomed two new student today.
We empower our students by encouraging them to use their skills.