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Picture of Zekwande and Nicola Sowah, Zekwande’s Communication and Regulation Partner. In this picture they are using the Spelling to Communicate (S2C) Methodology.

Access to Spelling to Communicate Programme

Communication remains a vital tool for one to express themselves. Zekwande Foundation aims to get as many Nonspeaking Autistics in South Africa and beyond on the S2C programme to enable them to speak and express themselves in order to reach their potential. We request your support to assist nonspeaking autistics who are still trapped in their bodies.
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Nonspeaking Autism Practitioners Programme

This programme focuses on capacitating and equipping practitioners in South Africa and beyond to work better with Nonspeaking Autistics through improved communication. The foundation aims to ensure that more practitioners are exposed to (S2C) programme through working with the International Association for Spelling Communication (I-ASC). Similarly, the programme will also focus on building a cohort of Communication and Regulation Partners (CRP) to work with and assist nonspeaking autistics on daily basis. CRPs will receive coaching from registered S2C practitioners.
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Picture of Zekwande cooking with Chef Ntwentle Gcabashe

The Body-Mind Disconnect Programme

This programme aims to support Zekwande Mathenjwa, working with other fellow Nonspeaking Autistic advocates to reach various stakeholders in our society to explain autism from a Nonspeaking Autism perspective by Nonspeaking Autistics. In particular this programme will be biased towards visiting underprivileged communities to help them understand the body mind disconnect of living with Autism, de-stigmatise autism and enable families to provide the necessary daily support to the autistics. Members of the public, educators and care-givers will also receive training on how better to engage, support and live with Nonspeaking Autistic from a Nonspeakers’ perspective. To enhance this programme, Zekwande Mathenjwa is engaged in developing training material for this audience.
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Picture of Zekwande, A Nonspeaking Autistic Male who is the Founder of The Zekwande Foundation and his sister sharing food which he prepared.

Engaging underprivileged communities

Engaging underprivileged communities and families living with an Autistic person. This will involve reaching the most remote parts of South Africa and conducting advocacy work.
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