On Wednesday, September 11, the United States Embassy held the official opening of a three-day conference on “Autism – Promoting Inclusion, Advocacy and Early Detection”.
Fifteen children between the ages of seven and 12 got a chance to create a Hallmark moment in a photography workshop with a world-famous photographer and all the equipment they needed donated by the Bahamian Project this week.
During a courtesy call with His Excellency Sir Arthur Foulkes, Speed Week organizers donated $50,000 collectively to several children’s charities.
Strong, parental supervision is still the best way to ensure child safety in an ever-changing global environment, Minister of Social Services and Community Development, Melanie S. Griffin said.
The “I Gat a Right” Seminar was designed to train professionals in the areas of Social Work, Guidance Counseling, Education and Law Enforcement on the fundamentals of the rights of children.
A teacher who caned 29 seventh grade girls and boys for being disruptive in class is now facing angry parents and some serious complaints over resulting injuries on some of the children.
Studies indicate higher percentages of children brought up by same-sex parents contemplate suicide, will be unfaithful, are unemployed and are more likely to visit a psychotherapist.
Grief stricken Jacklyn Davis, mother of a three month old baby that died at the Rand Memorial Hospital last December, believes something could have been done to save her baby’s life.
Local entertainers and students will come together along with the Philadelphia 76-ers pre-pro dance team Sunday at the Rainforest Theatre, to raise money for children’s homes in the 3rd annual Love That Child concert.