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Ibiene Beauty and Health Magazine Interviews Mrs. Beauty Kumesine.

Helpers of Humans: Beauty Kumesine on Caring for Children with Autism.

There are still people who’s goal in life is to take care of people, especially those who can’t take care of themselves. In Nigeria (West Africa), Ibiene spotted one of these rare types. Her name is Beauty Kumesine, a public advocate for the identification and rehabilitation of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other related developmental disorders.

You see, in some parts of the world, especially developing nations, caring for special needs children is a huge task, even deemed as a burden to some because of societal and cultural beliefs and for Beauty to have held her candle high for more than 13 years, she’s worth learning from.

Mrs. Beauty Kumesine is the founding Director of Blazing Heart Autism Center(BHAC) and Azbekum Foundation. She has over 13 years of experience in managing children living with childhood developmental disorders and in particular has specialized her skills and knowledge on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and related disorders.
She is passionate about children under the spectrum of Autism and children living with childhood developmental disorders in general and aims to give hope and help to as many as the number of persons she can access living with autism and related disorders in the south-south region and Nigeria at large.
For Beauty, every child counts and there is hope and help for every child.

Ibiene: It’s been 11 years since you established Blazing Heart Autism Centre. Why did you start this journey and how has it been?

Beauty: Eleven official years working with children at Blazing Heart Autism Center and 13 plus years working in the special needs space…This has been an awesome journey for me. This journey has been mixed with loads of happiness and fulfillment that I see children that couldn’t use words at all develop language and build up their cognitive skills and also a period of tears, sadness and pain which is a part of life but one thing I have not had in this journey is regret. I choose not to regret my decisions, actions and outcome of this journey but choose to enjoy the ride.

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