People living with disabilities are often isolated from society, have difficulties being incorporated in the mainstream economy, and accessing education. One centre is trying to change that.
The Limpopo health department denies there a shortage of medication crucial for mothers who’ve just given birth. They have just 72 hours to take it after delivery, but a hospital in Limpopo is allegedly sending patients home without it.
“They can’t read, they can’t write, and actually they are in the wrong school,” says Angela Salter, founder of the Adonai Crisis Centre which looks after children whose parents abuse alcohol and drugs.