I am Akosua, a 12 year old girl who experiences learning, communication and writing difficulties. CLED provides my parents counsel and prepared me to get admission into a public school in Kasoa. I also joined CLED’s (campaign for learning disabilities) Saturday classes in July, 2016. Since then, I have being able to identify letters of the alphabet, numbers and can now take care of myself much better and learning to write. I got admission into school, and I am very happy.
I am Kwame, a 13 year old boy who dropped out school in third grade because of my learning and speech difficulties. CLED prepared me for re-entry into a public school in Kasoa and I joined its Saturday classes in September, 2013. Since then, I have graduated to Junior High School and can now learn much better and communicate as well. I like drawing, football and would like to become a Pastor in the future.
I am Abena, a 13 year old girl who repeated the first grade several times because I have learning, communication and self help difficulties. CLED provides my parents and teachers counsel to be able to support me in a public school in Kasoa. I also joined CLED’s (campaign for learning disabilities) Saturday classes in September, 2014. Since then, I have graduated to grade three and can now take care of myself much better and learning to become a beads maker.
I am a class teacher in one of the public inclusive schools in Kasoa in the central region-Ghana. CLED-Campaign For Learning Disabilities’ teachers training workshops have being applicable to my teaching job and professional development. The training workshops about learning disabilities and inclusive education have enabled me to identify pupils with special needs and thus give them the support they deserve. More of these workshops will improve support services and inclusion of children special learning needs in Ghana.