Cinga is a happy, friendly child who is much-loved by her doting parents. She was born deaf, but thanks to the Bidvest Hear for Life Trust and Netcare Foundation, she will receive a cochlear implant that will give her the gift of sound. Her dad was “speechless” when he received the news from Kfm’s Ryan O’Connor on Cinga’s 2nd birthday on 5 September 2016. Continue reading “Here I go! Here I go! “Hear” I go again.”
The Carel du Toit Centre recently purchased a new Toyota Quantum to meet the growing need for learner transport to and from school. The new bus will also be used to transport children on the various outings that form part of their weekly theme-based experiences.
NORWEGIAN SPECIALIST PRAISES CAPE TOWN ORAL SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE
Written by Ingebjørg Skaug – Oslo, Norway
I recently accompanied my husband on a visit to Cape Town where he did research at the Tygerberg Hospital. Continue reading “CAREL DU TOIT CENTRE GETS TOP CLASS RECOMMENDATION”
It is with great pride that The Carel du Toit Trust announces the appointment of board member, Dr Diane Bell, to the Presidential Working Group on Disability.
The PWGD will “enable the Presidency to champion and monitor the work of government departments and society in creating a better life for persons with disability”