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This program targets children and youth with cognitive and physical disabilities with their parents/caregivers. It provides access to our multidisciplinary team which focuses on the assessment and training of caregivers on how best they can continue with therapy at home. The program can last from one intensive therapy week to three months. Private sessions can be provided on appointment.

Research has shown that intensive therapy can lead to significant improvements in learning, motor function and quality of life for children with Autism and other Neurodevelopmental disorders.  In addition, some studies suggest that intensive therapy can actually change the brain structure of these children, potentially leading to lasting improvements

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Ben Folklore


During the weekdays from Monday to Friday, the transitional school program teaches both children with and without disabilities of different ages.


Special education (also known as special needs education, aided education, exceptional education or Special Ed) is the practice of educating students with special educational needs in a way that addresses their individual differences and needs. Ideally, this process involves the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, and accessible settings. These interventions are designed to help individuals with special need achieve a higher level of personal self- sufficiency and success in school and in their community.

A properly adapted teaching space, the use of technology, a resource room, or other additional educational services are likely to be beneficial for students with these kinds of special needs.

Program includes:

  • Montessori Kindergarten
    Gabriella uses a multisensory approach including the Montessori education method, which is viewing the child as one who is naturally eager for knowledge and capable of initiating learning in a supportive, thoughtfully prepared learning environment. It attempts to develop children physically, socially, emotionally and cognitively. Providing effective education to students with and without learning disabilities.​Read more about the Montessori Education by clicking here.
  • Special Needs Class

    We offer school programs for children who cannot fit in a regular class due to their learning needs. Gabriella continues to study new approaches and develop innovative ways to implement for children with special needs in education. We evaluate our success in this field by gathering qualitative and quantitative data and using that information to measure shifts and changes from our baseline measurements.

  • Special Classes for Children with Autism

    Gabriella center has a special focus on children with Autism. By understanding their needs, Gabriella center provides classes with special needs teachers and therapists including the use of technology designed to meet individual challenges.We provide unique ways for children with autism to be able to utilize their skills and talents which most of the time are not understood.

  • computer aided education programe

  • Computer-aided education has a significant potential in terms of increasing the educational experiences and facilitating the education
    of the children with special needs. In this programme children and youth from different classes are given opportunities to explore their talents through use of special programs installed in computers and tablets.

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Jane Burber


As part of the integration, Our team extends the services by working closely with regular schools in the community to ensure children with disabilities are given the opportunity to develop their skills and talents through creating an inclusive learning environment.

Accomplish one or more of these tasks:

  1. Livestock keeping and caring for goats, chickens and rabbits.
  2. Vegetable gardening and organic farming
  3. Tree nursery gardening mostly involves fruit trees
  4. Cooking foods and bites such as popcorn and ground nuts.
  5. Tailoring focuses on making tourists attractive products such as bags, hair bands, book covers, etc.
  6. Carpentry focuses on making therapeutic equipment such as special seats, tables, and walking aids which are sold to children with disability.
  7. Handcrafts; this includes using Maasai beads, banana leaves to make different things like bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and picture frames, etc.
  8. Drama, dancing, and drumming; focus on understanding talents as well as building their confidence and raising awareness.
  9. Fashion show; also aims to build confidence as well as talents in decent fashion shows.

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Lisa Starborn


Our parent workshops provide a great opportunity to learn important life skills in a relaxed and supportive environment. Workshops are offered throughout the year, please contact us for new dates. You will have oppotunity to meet other parents and share  experience.

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Elias Carson


When a child is diagnosed with special needs, it’s natural for parents to start looking for ways to improve their child’s quality of life.

Diet is one area that can be modified relatively easily.  Sometimes dietary changes are necessary due to allergies or celiac disease, and sometimes families choose a new diet for overall improvements in health

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Jonathan Steves


Therapists and teachers do conduct visits in the community to empower families and communities to realize their roles in supporting people with disabilities through conducting community awareness meetings and education sessions. The Centre works with other organizations to allocate needed resources for people with disabilities.

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John Cayre


Teachers in regular and special needs school in Tanzania face many challenges in dealing with children with specific needs, this includes limited resources, overcrowded classrooms, and limited skills on how to ensure maximum participation of these children in their classes. we provide detailed teacher training for a variety of training opportunities for schools. . Our Occupational Therapy teacher training provides detailed theory and application for a range of common difficulties within a school that can be adapted and applied across a variety of school environments.

A support group for boys and girls who have a sibling and/or another family member with a disability, we conduct them to support one another while engaging in fun, interactive activities, and outings. A support group for boys and girls who have a sibling and/or another family member with a disability, we conduct them to support one another while engaging in fun, interactive activities, and outings.

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