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🎉 Exciting News on the CAND-Do launch on Bloom Buddy ecosystem 🎉

Updated: Jul 20, 2023

First things first - let's have a virtual group high-five for your fantastic participation in the June edition of the CAND-Do Parent Support Group session! Your epic energy, wisdom nuggets, shared experience and stories are what make the CAND-Do community the best place to be.

The CAND-Do Parent Hub has officially launched on Bloom Buddy!

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We're over-the-moon excited to unveil the first of its kind Online Parent Support Hub – the CAND-Do hub page on the super cool Bloom Buddy ecosystem. Zoom over right away to the hub now and dive into a treasure chest of resources and support designed just for you super parents!

Visit the CAND-DO Parent Hub

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Join the Parent Support Group

Haven't signed up yet? Well, it's about time! Think of it as a superhero squad, but with more child-focused discussions and less flying. It's a safe space to connect, learn, and find solace among those who truly understand your journey.

Visit the Parent Online Forum

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Picture a cocktail mix of expert advice, real-life success stories, and mind-building discussions. Plus, you'll be the first to get the scoop on our latest events and resources. It's like having VIP tickets to the parenting gig!

Visit the Resource Hub

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Here, you'll find previously recorded sessions of the CAND-Do parent training sessions. Please note that this is a member-only benefit, so if you haven’t signed up for the parent support group yet, now is the perfect time. Once you're a member, you'll receive a passcode to access this valuable resource.

Remember you are the MVP!

Yes! You're the coach, the cheerleader, and the biggest fan all rolled into one. You're perfectly positioned to ensure that all the wellness pieces fall into place for you and your little champions.💪 So, zip over to our specialists page to discover the array of specialists ready to support your child's journey towards better outcomes.


About the Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental disorders (CAND-Do)

The Centre for Autism and Neurodevelopmental disorders (CAND- Do) is one of the research centres of the College of Medicine University of Lagos, in Lagos Nigeria. CAND-Do is strategically poised for cutting-edge relevant research along with stakeholder collaboration, advocacy and patient support. The centre in its evolution has been, and continues to be active in collaborating with stakeholders involved in community-based awareness and screening programs for autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other Neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD) along with relevant research and support for caregivers of individuals with special needs.

  1. Dr Yewande Oshodi, Co-Founder, CAND-Do, is a Consultant Psychiatrist & Snr Lecturer. Department of Psychiatry, Lagos University Teaching Hospital & College of Medicine University of Lagos

  2. JD Adeyemi, Co-Founder, CAND-Do, is a Professor in Psychiatry in Department of Psychiatry and College of Medicine, Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi-Araba, Lagos, Nigeria

  3. FEA Lesi, Co-Founder, CAND-Do, is a Professor of Paediatric Neurology presently working as a faculty in the Department of Paediatrics, College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria.

  4. Dr Charles Umeh, Co-Founder, CAND-Do, Consultant Clinical Psychologist at LUTH. Senior Lecturer Psychiatry Department College of Medicine University of Lagos.


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