Why we need to stop attributing autism to spiritual attack — Dr Olayinka-Aliu vanguardngr.com vanguardnews
Dr (Mrs) Damilola Olayinka-Aliu, Service Director, Irebamibo Pearl Centre of Hope, IPCH, has warned that rather than attribute Autism Spectrum Disorder, ASD
The Senior Clinical Psychologist, at the 2019 Autism Awareness programme themed:
held recently at Agbara Lagos, stated that it was alarming that there still existed lots of stories of stigmatisation, abandonment, disappearance and unproven murder of autistic children.
Narrating the journey of how IPCH was formed, the mother of three explained that the birth of her second child, Irebamibo Pearl Olayinka-Aliu diagnosed of Autism Spectrum Disorder, ASD, informed the setting up of the non-governmental organisation three years ago. “The IPCH Initiative was born through the pain of finding solution for Irebamibo Pearl Olayinka-Aliu who is currently on the Autistic Spectrum. Ire as she is popularly called, was birthed through normal delivery without any complication whatsoever. As a matter of fact, Ire had the best pregnancy care among her other two siblings. Her antenatal and postnatal care was handled by a recognised private hospital under a relatively conducive atmosphere. In her early months, she was so full of life, laughter and very observant. At nine months, Ire could giggle outRead more: Vanguard Newspapers
FG Inaugurates 14-Man Committee For Community Policing | Sahara Reporters Members of the committee are: Mrs. Beatrice Jeddy-Agb, Mrs. Odunbanjo Adebisi, Sanusi Galadim, Brig-Gen J. O. Ochai and Commodore J. N. Mamman, Air Cdre A. H. Bakari, AIG David O. Folawiyo, Jimat Bakare, CP Olayinka Balogun, Dr. E.O. Adeoye, Dr. Joseph Ochogwu, Prof. Sani Abubakar Lugga, Dr. Nasirudeen Usman, and Tukur Yahaya, who will act as Secretary of the committee. PoliceNG I hope they're all slim. 😐
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Dr. Enabulele makes new demand from Buhari - Daily Post Nigeria Former President of the Nigerian Medical Association, NMA, Dr. Osahon Enabulele, has called for the urgent establishment of a Residency Training Programme
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Ebola centre attacker killed in DR Congo
‘Why UBTH stem cell transplant centre is not functioning’ – Daily Trust The Chief Medical Director, University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Dr Darlington Obaseki, has explained why the hospital’s stem cell transplant centre has stopped functioning. Obaseki was addressing journalists yesterday in Benin ahead of the inaugural founders’ day and launching of endowment fund for the hospital.ADVERTISEMENT “UBTH is the only hospital in the sub Sahara African …
Why Kwara Assembly Restricted Pensions Of Former Govs, Deputies – Speaker In this interview with OLADIPO MAGAJI, Speaker, Kwara State House of Assembly, Dr Ali Ahmad among other sundry issues explains why the legislature restricts the pension of former governors and deputy governors in the state. He also highlights the achievements of the 8th Assembly under his watch. The 8th Kwara State House of Assembly under […]
Saraki decries seizure of his houses in Ikoyi by EFCC - Vanguard News The Senate President Dr. Bukola Saraki has decried the seizure of residential houses in highbrow Ikoyi, Lagos by by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC. The houses allegedly owned by Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki were recently reported to have been sealed off by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC. Saraki’s special adviserRead More vanguardngr vanguardngr Houses? And built or bought with salary or security vote?
NMA Urges FG To Rescue Medical Practice The Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), says the country’s health sector is heading for catastrophe except the federal government urgently halts the current rate of emigration of medical and dental practitioners. NMA expressed the fear in its communiqué issued by Dr Frances Faduyile, its President, and Dr Olumuyiwa Odusote, Secretary-General, at the end of the body’s […]