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Open house for Tomorrow’s Voices

From left to right: Ciré Furbert-Lambert, therapist Jahnae Harvey, therapist Tamara Bean holding Serena Van Putten, co-founder and board chairwoman Thea Furbert, therapist Emma Martin holding Sinclair Smith, Education Minister Wayne Scott, therapist Danté Cooper, therapist Natasha Pedro-Petty, therapist Brittany Ricca, Kuhn Bean, therapist Annalie Hawes and Danté Watson

Education Minister Wayne Scott joined parents and students at an open house held by Tomorrow’s Voices at their centre on King Street last week. Mr Scott took the opportunity to praise the founders of Tomorrow’s Voices, Tricia Simons and Thea Furbert, for their vision to open an Autism Early Intervention Centre in Bermuda.

“I was very impressed with the curriculum and services that Tomorrow’s Voices provides for students and their parents,” Mr Scott said.

“I recognise that we have a need for these services in Bermuda and commend Tomorrow’s Voices for offering such an invaluable service for children who are diagnosed with autism or are on the autism spectrum.”

Tomorrow’s Voices has operated the centre since 2007 with a view to meeting individual needs of those between the ages of 2 and 21, who have been given a diagnosis of autism or who suffer from neurodevelopmental disorders.

• For more information, visit www.tomorrowsvoices.bm