Welcome To TAAF
The autism awareness place is an inclusive driven organization where we believe that each child counts and each can learn regardless of their disability, environment or social economic background through an inclusive learning approach.
We believe that having pure love rules the heart and sees each child as unique and differently able.
We work on the principle of empathy, if one is affected we all are affected and together we can change narrative.
We believe in a community of people supporting people, parents supporting parents and children supporting each other.
Who we work with
IN THE SPOTLIGHT AROUND THE WORLD – OLOWO OMOTOKE TITILOPE
Olowo Omotoke Titilope has over 4years experience in education, community service and advocacy for children living with disabilities. Omotoke currently is a Special Needs Educator where she focuses on helping children with Autism, Attention Deficiency Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in communication and social skills target. She…
OMOTOKE TITILOPE OLOWO: WORK WITH DISABLED CHILDREN CAN HEAL
As someone who liked spending her time helping kids in orphanage homes and hospitals, being a kid herself, no wonder Omotoke Olowo has achieved so much so far, and deserved to be a role model for many people. This inspiring young lady from Nigeria has…
“INCLUSION IS A MINDSET AND IGNORANCE IS THE GREATEST FORM OF DISABILITY”
An autism awareness project in Nigeria is helping teachers and students understand how to include children with disabilities in their classrooms. Teachers do not always fully understand the concept of inclusion and believe that some children with disabilities cannot learn with their peers in a mainstream…
THE AUTISM AWARENESS PLACE – INCLUSION TEACHERS TRAINING
The Inclusive Teachers Training is a project located in Nigeria that raises awareness for an inclusive system of education for children living with disabilities. With over 3 million out-of-school children, about 2.5 million of them are living with a disability. Because teachers are not adequately trained to teach these children, most of the students become beggars on the street.