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  1. 1. R1 MILLION FOR AUTISM
  2. 2. <ul><li>GERHARD PIETERSE, </li></ul><ul><li>EXECUTIVE </li></ul><ul><li>DIRECTOR OF </li></ul><ul><li>AUTISM WESTERN </li></ul><ul><li>CAPE HAS </li></ul><ul><li>VOLUNTARILY </li></ul><ul><li>JAILED HIMSELF TO </li></ul><ul><li>RAISE R1 MILLION </li></ul><ul><li>FOR AUTISM </li></ul>Gerhard Pieterse
  3. 3. MAKE A DONATION
  4. 4. ☼ AUTISM IS A NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER ☼ AUTISM AFFECTS 1 IN 158 CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 6
  5. 6. “ My daughter Kendall was diagnosed with severe Autism at the age of 3 years old. Kendall is now 11”
  6. 8. Although I may look normal to you, my brain does not function like yours does! Autism is an extremely complex & often devastating lifelong disability that occurs as a result of biochemical dysfunction of the brain.
  7. 9. Please try to understand autism as there are more and more of “me” being born each year. Autism is radically on the increase, now affecting 1 in 158 children under the age of 6, making it the most prevalent of all childhood neurological disabilities.
  8. 10. When I get anxious and scared I shut your world out and hide in mine. Changes in routine or environment, e.g. a change in position of furniture within the home may cause extreme distress.
  9. 11. I don’t mean to appear unfriendly, but eye contact sometimes makes me feel threatened and confused. Due to chemical dysfunction of the brain, children with autism often struggle to use two senses at once. They cannot look and listen at the same time.
  10. 12. I have no real understanding of danger Autism is not usually accompanied by life threatening medical conditions, but their lack of awareness of danger can result in accidental tragic death .
  11. 13. I would love to play with other children, but I do not know how. Autism causes little apparent awareness of others, or of their feelings and thus a poor or absent ability to make appropriate social contact.
  12. 14. The development of speech or communication in any form, may be abnormal, delayed or absent. 40% of children with autism cannot speak nor understand verbal communication . I wish I knew how to talk to you.
  13. 15. Living in your large confusing world can be so lonely. As the result of a lack of comprehension as regards “normal people’s” social rules, life for a person with autism can be unpredictable and very frightening.
  14. 16. Sometimes your gentle hug can feel like a tight vice. Sense of touch, taste, sight, hearing and/or smell may be too acute resulting in their environment becoming a bombardment of painful stimuli.
  15. 17. My temper tantrums are NOT bad behavior. Sometimes I just cannot cope. Extreme anxiety often manifests as these children are all too aware that they are “different” and cannot do anything about it.
  16. 18. Rocking usually comforts me Rocking, spinning, finger-flicking, obsessive fiddling with objects, or arranging objects in lines is often seen when a person with autism needs to find structure to block out the unpredictable confusion of our world.
  17. 19. The earlier the detection, the better the prognosis.
  18. 20. Humans are significantly guided by visual input and the person with Autism does not show obvious external “heart-rendering” signs, thus resulting in the horrific consequences of autism often being severely under-estimated.
  19. 21. “ What the eye does not see, the heart does not grieve” is a saying that is sadly often applicable as regards public sympathy and support for the vast number of children and adults with Autism.
  20. 22. Without knowing Autism well, one cannot “see” just how the soul of a person with Autism is a mass of confusion, anxiety and fear; a situation from which they cannot escape without our help.
  21. 23. There is no known cure for Autism, but with early and appropriate intervention, PROGNOSIS CAN BE RADICALLY IMPROVED enabling a person with Autism to reach their full potential in life, thus achieving happiness and dignity.
  22. 24. PREJUDICE IMPRISONS
  23. 25. IGNORANCE IMPRISONS
  24. 26. LOVE & ACCEPT ME FOR WHO I AM
  25. 27. <ul><li>A PART OF OUR WORLD, </li></ul><ul><li>NOT A WORLD APART </li></ul>AUTISM
  26. 28. AFFECTS 1:158 CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 6 SUPPORT NOW
  27. 29. This Now!
  28. 30. MAKE A DONATION
  29. 31. R1 Million 4 Autism
  30. 32. DAY 64
  31. 33. R 505 000 TO GO
  32. 34. MAKE A DONATION
  33. 35. WIN VUKA XR 125 SCUTA SMS – “VUKA” to 38010 IN SUPPORT OF JAIL4BAIL R1 MILLION FOR AUTISM SMS’S CHARGED AT R10
  34. 36. SPONSOREDBY JAQUES MULDER
  35. 38. 0861 AUTISM (288476) [email_address] www.autismwesterncape.org.za
  36. 39. R1 MILLION FOR AUTISM
  37. 40. <ul><li>GERHARD PIETERSE, </li></ul><ul><li>EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR </li></ul><ul><li>OF AUTISM WESTERN </li></ul><ul><li>CAPE HAS </li></ul><ul><li>VOLUNTARILY JAILED </li></ul><ul><li>HIMSELF TO RAISE </li></ul><ul><li>R1 MILLION FOR AUTISM </li></ul>Gerhard Pieterse
  38. 41. MAKE A DONATION
  39. 42. ☼ AUTISM IS A NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER ☼ AUTISM AFFECTS 1 IN 158 CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 6
  40. 44. “ My daughter Kendall was diagnosed with severe Autism at the age of 3 years old. Kendall is now 11”
  41. 46. Although I may look normal to you, my brain does not function like yours does! Autism is an extremely complex & often devastating lifelong disability that occurs as a result of biochemical dysfunction of the brain.
  42. 47. Please try to understand autism as there are more and more of “me” being born each year. Autism is radically on the increase, now affecting 1 in 158 children under the age of 6, making it the most prevalent of all childhood neurological disabilities.
  43. 48. When I get anxious and scared I shut your world out and hide in mine. Changes in routine or environment, e.g. a change in position of furniture within the home may cause extreme distress.
  44. 49. I don’t mean to appear unfriendly, but eye contact sometimes makes me feel threatened and confused. Due to chemical dysfunction of the brain, children with autism often struggle to use two senses at once. They cannot look and listen at the same time.
  45. 50. I have no real understanding of danger Autism is not usually accompanied by life threatening medical conditions, but their lack of awareness of danger can result in accidental tragic death .
  46. 51. I would love to play with other children, but I do not know how. Autism causes little apparent awareness of others, or of their feelings and thus a poor or absent ability to make appropriate social contact.
  47. 52. The development of speech or communication in any form, may be abnormal, delayed or absent. 40% of children with autism cannot speak nor understand verbal communication . I wish I knew how to talk to you.
  48. 53. Living in your large confusing world can be so lonely. As the result of a lack of comprehension as regards “normal people’s” social rules, life for a person with autism can be unpredictable and very frightening.
  49. 54. Sometimes your gentle hug can feel like a tight vice. Sense of touch, taste, sight, hearing and/or smell may be too acute resulting in their environment becoming a bombardment of painful stimuli.
  50. 55. My temper tantrums are NOT bad behaviour. Sometimes I just cannot cope. Extreme anxiety often manifests as these children are all too aware that they are “different” and cannot do anything about it.
  51. 56. Rocking usually comforts me Rocking, spinning, finger-flicking, obsessive fiddling with objects, or arranging objects in lines is often seen when a person with autism needs to find structure to block out the unpredictable confusion of our world.
  52. 57. The earlier the detection, the better the prognosis.
  53. 58. Humans are significantly guided by visual input and the person with Autism does not show obvious external “heart-rendering” signs, thus resulting in the horrific consequences of autism often being severely under-estimated.
  54. 59. “ What the eye does not see, the heart does not grieve” is a saying that is sadly often applicable as regards public sympathy and support for the vast number of children and adults with Autism.
  55. 60. Without knowing Autism well, one cannot “see” just how the soul of a person with Autism is a mass of confusion, anxiety and fear; a situation from which they cannot escape without our help.
  56. 61. There is no known cure for Autism, but with early and appropriate intervention, PROGNOSIS CAN BE RADICALLY IMPROVED enabling a person with Autism to reach their full potential in life, thus achieving happiness and dignity.
  57. 62. PREJUDICE IMPRISONS
  58. 63. IGNORANCE IMPRISONS
  59. 64. LOVE & ACCEPT ME FOR WHO I AM
  60. 65. <ul><li>A PART OF OUR WORLD, </li></ul><ul><li>NOT A WORLD APART </li></ul>AUTISM
  61. 66. AFFECTS 1:158 CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 6 SUPPORT NOW
  62. 67. This Now!
  63. 68. MAKE A DONATION
  64. 69. R1 Million 4 Autism
  65. 70. DAY 64
  66. 71. R 505 000 TO GO
  67. 72. MAKE A DONATION
  68. 73. WIN VUKA XR 125 SCUTA SMS – “VUKA” to 38010 IN SUPPORT OF JAIL4BAIL R1 MILLION FOR AUTISM SMS’S CHARGED AT R10
  69. 74. SPONSOREDBY JAQUES MULDER
  70. 76. 0861 AUTISM (288476) [email_address] www.autismwesterncape.org.za
  71. 77. R1 MILLION FOR AUTISM
  72. 78. <ul><li>GERHARD PIETERSE, </li></ul><ul><li>EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR </li></ul><ul><li>OF AUTISM WESTERN </li></ul><ul><li>CAPE HAS </li></ul><ul><li>VOLUNTARILY JAILED </li></ul><ul><li>HIMSELF TO RAISE </li></ul><ul><li>R1 MILLION FOR AUTISM </li></ul>Gerhard Pieterse
  73. 79. MAKE A DONATION
  74. 80. ☼ AUTISM IS A NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER ☼ AUTISM AFFECTS 1 IN 158 CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 6
  75. 82. “ My daughter Kendall was diagnosed with severe Autism at the age of 3 years old. Kendall is now 11”
  76. 84. Although I may look normal to you, my brain does not function like yours does! Autism is an extremely complex & often devastating lifelong disability that occurs as a result of biochemical dysfunction of the brain.
  77. 85. Please try to understand autism as there are more and more of “me” being born each year. Autism is radically on the increase, now affecting 1 in 158 children under the age of 6, making it the most prevalent of all childhood neurological disabilities.
  78. 86. When I get anxious and scared I shut your world out and hide in mine. Changes in routine or environment, e.g. a change in position of furniture within the home may cause extreme distress.
  79. 87. I don’t mean to appear unfriendly, but eye contact sometimes makes me feel threatened and confused. Due to chemical dysfunction of the brain, children with autism often struggle to use two senses at once. They cannot look and listen at the same time.
  80. 88. I have no real understanding of danger Autism is not usually accompanied by life threatening medical conditions, but their lack of awareness of danger can result in accidental tragic death .
  81. 89. I would love to play with other children, but I do not know how. Autism causes little apparent awareness of others, or of their feelings and thus a poor or absent ability to make appropriate social contact.
  82. 90. The development of speech or communication in any form, may be abnormal, delayed or absent. 40% of children with autism cannot speak nor understand verbal communication . I wish I knew how to talk to you.
  83. 91. Living in your large confusing world can be so lonely. As the result of a lack of comprehension as regards “normal people’s” social rules, life for a person with autism can be unpredictable and very frightening.
  84. 92. Sometimes your gentle hug can feel like a tight vice. Sense of touch, taste, sight, hearing and/or smell may be too acute resulting in their environment becoming a bombardment of painful stimuli.
  85. 93. My temper tantrums are NOT bad behaviour. Sometimes I just cannot cope. Extreme anxiety often manifests as these children are all too aware that they are “different” and cannot do anything about it.
  86. 94. Rocking usually comforts me Rocking, spinning, finger-flicking, obsessive fiddling with objects, or arranging objects in lines is often seen when a person with autism needs to find structure to block out the unpredictable confusion of our world.
  87. 95. The earlier the detection, the better the prognosis.
  88. 96. Humans are significantly guided by visual input and the person with Autism does not show obvious external “heart-rendering” signs, thus resulting in the horrific consequences of autism often being severely under-estimated.
  89. 97. “ What the eye does not see, the heart does not grieve” is a saying that is sadly often applicable as regards public sympathy and support for the vast number of children and adults with Autism.
  90. 98. Without knowing Autism well, one cannot “see” just how the soul of a person with Autism is a mass of confusion, anxiety and fear; a situation from which they cannot escape without our help.
  91. 99. There is no known cure for Autism, but with early and appropriate intervention, PROGNOSIS CAN BE RADICALLY IMPROVED enabling a person with Autism to reach their full potential in life, thus achieving happiness and dignity.
  92. 100. PREJUDICE IMPRISONS
  93. 101. IGNORANCE IMPRISONS
  94. 102. LOVE & ACCEPT ME FOR WHO I AM
  95. 103. <ul><li>A PART OF OUR WORLD, </li></ul><ul><li>NOT A WORLD APART </li></ul>AUTISM
  96. 104. AFFECTS 1:158 CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 6 SUPPORT NOW
  97. 105. This Now!
  98. 106. MAKE A DONATION
  99. 107. R1 Million 4 Autism
  100. 108. DAY 64
  101. 109. R 505 000 TO GO
  102. 110. MAKE A DONATION
  103. 111. WIN VUKA XR 125 SCUTA SMS – “VUKA” to 38010 IN SUPPORT OF JAIL4BAIL R1 MILLION FOR AUTISM SMS’S CHARGED AT R10
  104. 112. SPONSOREDBY JAQUES MULDER
  105. 114. 0861 AUTISM (288476) [email_address] www.autismwesterncape.org.za
  106. 115. R1 MILLION FOR AUTISM
  107. 116. <ul><li>GERHARD PIETERSE, </li></ul><ul><li>EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR </li></ul><ul><li>OF AUTISM WESTERN </li></ul><ul><li>CAPE HAS </li></ul><ul><li>VOLUNTARILY JAILED </li></ul><ul><li>HIMSELF TO RAISE </li></ul><ul><li>R1 MILLION FOR AUTISM </li></ul>Gerhard Pieterse
  108. 117. MAKE A DONATION
  109. 118. ☼ AUTISM IS A NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER ☼ AUTISM AFFECTS 1 IN 158 CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 6
  110. 120. “ My daughter Kendall was diagnosed with severe Autism at the age of 3 years old. Kendall is now 11”
  111. 122. Although I may look normal to you, my brain does not function like yours does! Autism is an extremely complex & often devastating lifelong disability that occurs as a result of biochemical dysfunction of the brain.
  112. 123. Please try to understand autism as there are more and more of “me” being born each year. Autism is radically on the increase, now affecting 1 in 158 children under the age of 6, making it the most prevalent of all childhood neurological disabilities.
  113. 124. When I get anxious and scared I shut your world out and hide in mine. Changes in routine or environment, e.g. a change in position of furniture within the home may cause extreme distress.
  114. 125. I don’t mean to appear unfriendly, but eye contact sometimes makes me feel threatened and confused. Due to chemical dysfunction of the brain, children with autism often struggle to use two senses at once. They cannot look and listen at the same time.
  115. 126. I have no real understanding of danger Autism is not usually accompanied by life threatening medical conditions, but their lack of awareness of danger can result in accidental tragic death .
  116. 127. I would love to play with other children, but I do not know how. Autism causes little apparent awareness of others, or of their feelings and thus a poor or absent ability to make appropriate social contact.
  117. 128. The development of speech or communication in any form, may be abnormal, delayed or absent. 40% of children with autism cannot speak nor understand verbal communication . I wish I knew how to talk to you.
  118. 129. Living in your large confusing world can be so lonely. As the result of a lack of comprehension as regards “normal people’s” social rules, life for a person with autism can be unpredictable and very frightening.
  119. 130. Sometimes your gentle hug can feel like a tight vice. Sense of touch, taste, sight, hearing and/or smell may be too acute resulting in their environment becoming a bombardment of painful stimuli.
  120. 131. My temper tantrums are NOT bad behaviour. Sometimes I just cannot cope. Extreme anxiety often manifests as these children are all too aware that they are “different” and cannot do anything about it.
  121. 132. Rocking usually comforts me Rocking, spinning, finger-flicking, obsessive fiddling with objects, or arranging objects in lines is often seen when a person with autism needs to find structure to block out the unpredictable confusion of our world.
  122. 133. The earlier the detection, the better the prognosis.
  123. 134. Humans are significantly guided by visual input and the person with Autism does not show obvious external “heart-rendering” signs, thus resulting in the horrific consequences of autism often being severely under-estimated.
  124. 135. “ What the eye does not see, the heart does not grieve” is a saying that is sadly often applicable as regards public sympathy and support for the vast number of children and adults with Autism.
  125. 136. Without knowing Autism well, one cannot “see” just how the soul of a person with Autism is a mass of confusion, anxiety and fear; a situation from which they cannot escape without our help.
  126. 137. There is no known cure for Autism, but with early and appropriate intervention, PROGNOSIS CAN BE RADICALLY IMPROVED enabling a person with Autism to reach their full potential in life, thus achieving happiness and dignity.
  127. 138. PREJUDICE IMPRISONS
  128. 139. IGNORANCE IMPRISONS
  129. 140. LOVE & ACCEPT ME FOR WHO I AM
  130. 141. <ul><li>A PART OF OUR WORLD, </li></ul><ul><li>NOT A WORLD APART </li></ul>AUTISM
  131. 142. AFFECTS 1:158 CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 6 SUPPORT NOW
  132. 143. This Now!
  133. 144. MAKE A DONATION
  134. 145. R1 Million 4 Autism
  135. 146. DAY 64
  136. 147. R 505 000 TO GO
  137. 148. MAKE A DONATION
  138. 149. WIN VUKA XR 125 SCUTA SMS – “VUKA” to 38010 IN SUPPORT OF JAIL4BAIL R1 MILLION FOR AUTISM SMS’S CHARGED AT R10
  139. 150. SPONSOREDBY JAQUES MULDER
  140. 152. 0861 AUTISM (288476) [email_address] www.autismwesterncape.org.za

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