Infinity Special Needs Centre

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Infinity Special Needs Centre was borne out of desperation by one of the parents, Sune Kretzmann and a handful of parents with young adults who have special needs. These young adults have all attended schools for Specialised Education.  On completion of their school period, parents were left with the question of where to send their children for continued care.

These young adults are in constant need of care, stimulation, exercise and a safe home environment, and that is exactly what we are trying to create with Infinity Special Needs Centre.

After searching for and viewing potential facilities, we were fortunate to find our current premises and we are now renting space from the Cerebral Palsy Association of EC, which is next door to Cape Recife School.  These facilities are currently suitable to accommodate up to 15 young adults, but as the need grows future expansion will be considered.

We have opened a boarding facility in order to assist those parents who are in need of this service.

Any interested parties who would like to visit our Centre, are invited to contact Nina Crause on nina.crause@mandela.ac.za or Cell: 0722908032.

Please assist us with any donation, item, anything and everything is much appreciated, and can help make the lives of our special children so much better.

WISHLIST

Camera System – current project

Furniture – current project (paying off purchases but still owe quite a lot)

Deep Freeze

Plastic chairs with cushions

Oil Heater

Bedding/blankets

Outside lawn / Trees / Pot plants

Outside benches

A success story

Infinity Special Needs Centre was officially opened on the 8 December 2018 at the Premises of the Cerebral Palsy Association South Africa with Family, Friends and Special young Adults. We enjoyed the morning with eats, cool drinks, tea and coffee.

The ribbon was cut by Sune Kretzmann with all cheering her on.

After the official Opening, Infinity Special Needs Centre had a Christmas party for the young Adults on the 13 December 2018, before we closed the Centre for the Festive Season.


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