Teachers and students of the Jost Van Dyke School showed their solidarity in observance of Child Abuse Prevention and Autism Awareness Month .......
Students are pictured preparing for a game during the Autism Awareness Fun Day that was held on April 7.
The BVI Services will have an Open House at the Road Town Senior Building on Friday, April 21, as part of this month’s Child Abuse Prevention and Autism Awareness Month activities.
Children participating in the Autism Centre’s Easter Camp will benefit from a presentation of craft supplies by Government’s Human Resources (HR) Professionals.
Residents of the BVI are invited to support the Information Tables at the following locations as part of the Child Abuse Prevention and Autism Awareness Month Activities.
The British Virgin Islands community is invited to support the upcoming activities in observance of Autism Awareness Month in April.
The Autism Centre’s Programme Director, Ms. Lorna Dawson is reminding the public that persons with Autism are not to be shunned or discriminated against as one cannot catch the disorder.
There has been a 40 percent increase in the number of cases of neglect, and sexual, physical and verbal abuse against the Territory’s children.
The BVI Autism Centre is the recipient of a new 2017 Suzuki Vitara vehicle, courtesy the Rotary Club of Tortola.
The BVI Autism Centre and the Rotaract Club of Tortola is inviting the public to Zumba for Autism, on Saturday, November 12 at the Queen Elizabeth Park II from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.