Category Archive for "impact"

5 children and young people with disabilities start school this week!

We have come a long way since support for those with disabilities started in Badowita in 2011, when we discovered that many had never attended school and spent most of their time at home. Our educational sessions at the centre have brought many benefits including real learning opportunities, greater inclusion in the community and better medical and therapeutic support.  What…

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Circle Time at the Afterschool Club

Following on from some specialist training and practice sessions last year, our first ‘Circle Time’ of the year took place today.  Circle time is part of our new programme at the After School Club and is one of the ways we are supporting the children and young people who attend to develop soft skills, increase their confidence and self-esteem as…

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Asha Trust Newsletter December 2017

Click on the link below to access our recent newsletter. Asha Newsletter December 2017

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Asha Centre Holiday Club – August 2017

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Asha Trust Newsletter August 2016

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Newsletter May 2016

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Newsletter Christmas 2015

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Volunteers at the Asha Centre

In the last couple of months, the Asha Centre in Badowita has been happy to have the support of some volunteers who have given up their time to offer their support and expertise to those who access the centre. One of these people is Dilhara, who has an MSc in Applied Psychology and significant experience working in the field including…

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Asha Trust Newsletter Autumn 2015

Asha Trust Newsletter Autumn 2015

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School holidays at the centre

As has been mentioned on our Facebook page, the first two weeks of August were busy at the Asha Centre. It was the school holidays but we decided to remain open for children and young people in the area so that they were take part in our first ever holiday programme. The two week programme focussed on inclusive activities for…

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