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.
Students at our day program in Sierra Leone started school on October 5 and are all e￼xcited to see the staff Nd friends.
Am so happy that JPOH is changing lives of individuals with autism and other special needs in Sierra Leone. One of our students got married yesterday. He has never attended school or a structured program, he started at JPOH two years ago where he is been supported with functional and educational skills. So proud ofContinue reading “Congratulations to one of our students who got married yesterday.”