Tag Archives: autism

#GTBAutismWeek 2015

IMG-20150630-WA0000 I arrive late. So as Dr. Oyelohunnu closes the first talk I am pleased to notice several well-known faces dotted around the room fully engrossed, but politely acknowledging my arrival. The second talk is by Dr. Marcus Tillery of Blazing Trails. I’m listening out for how exactly...
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ITV with Navigate Organisation hosts event on Mental Health Service Needs for BAME Community

Earlier this month, asktoks.com formed a crucial part of the Navigate Organisation network who ran an event focused on Black Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) Mental Health Service needs, held at the ITV Studios in London. A key purpose of the event was to create a platform for innovative dialogue about mental health in BAME communities and to clarify...
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Social Media Success!

asktoks.com would like to say a big THANKS to all those who joined us for the social media week event on the 26th. It was a great success and we have had amazing feedback from all of our participants far and wide. [caption id="attachment_2156" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Nobelova boys Pictured...
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Social Media Week Lagos 2015 is here!

asktoks.com is presenting a masterclass you can't miss. Tomorrow at 4pm sharp we will be getting settled to begin the session on "Creating a World That Understands Autism With your Smartphone" There's still time...

 

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asktoks.com @ SMWLagos Feb 26, 2015

[caption id="attachment_2111" align="aligncenter" width="300"]#SMWAutismAware in a #connectedAfrica #SMWAutismAware in a #connectedAfrica[/caption] This year at social media week Lagos, asktoks.com is excited to be presenting a masterclass titled: Creating a World That Understands Autism With Your Smartphone. The event is an informative discussion on the treatment of autism...
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Autism: A different ability… a blessing in disguise

On Saturday the 22nd of November, Ms Bakare spoke at the Defeat Autism In Nigeria Support Group for parents of children with autism, other developmental disorders or special educational needs. Ms Bakare spoke on the skills and abilities found in people with autism, and how the typical characteristics we criticize should be seen as strengths. People...
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