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The National Accessibility PortalThe National Accessibility Portal
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Qasa - Quadpara Association of South AfricaQasa - Quadpara Association of South Africa
The Association strives to prevent spinal cord injury, as well as protect and promote the interests of people with mobility impairments by formulating a national policy and strategy, to develop and ensure the full potential and quality of their lives.
Whizz-Kidz Special Needs CentreWhizz-Kidz Special Needs Centre
At Whizz Kidz we believe that every child, irrespective of the degree of disability, has the right to pursue their learning potential to the fullest. Whizz Kidz was established to provide a centre of care and learning for children with multiple or severe disabilities.
SANDTA Website SANDTA Website
The South African Neurodevelopmental Association is a voluntary association of therapists who have a special interest in Neurodevelopmental Therapy.
Interface WebsiteInterface Website
Interface South Africa is a Non Profit‚ non governmental organization for people with little or no functional speech. It had its beginnings in 1988‚ when a group of people in Pretoria identified the need to assist and support people with little or no functional speech‚ their families‚ caregivers and friends.
Sitwell TechnologiesSitwell Technologies
We’re passionate about mobility and use our deep knowledge and experience to craft the right solutions for each disability or challenge.
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