They are also people! Meet 3 women who offer jobs to special needs adults

They are also people! Meet 3 women who offer jobs to special needs adults

A café with a difference in Jozi has brought a little bit of magic to the hearts and lives of those who are fortunate enough to have visited it.

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Special Knead Café is a café with a difference as its run by adults with special needs.

Special needs run café that is bringing magic to the patrons’ hearts

Special needs run café that is bringing magic to the patrons’ hearts

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Owner of the café, Kim Rundle wanted to start something for her special needs daughter. Sammi, Rundle’s daughter had been working at a dog parlour owned by another special needs mother, Tamara Coumbis, who had wanted to created work for her step son, Julian, who was also a special needs adult.

Special needs run café that is bringing magic to the patrons’ hearts

Special needs run café that is bringing magic to the patrons’ hearts

The two moms connected and became firm friends. They then decided to look at creating another avenue for adults with special needs to work in. Together, and with the help of another friend, Jenny Emslie, they established the Special Knead Café in Sandton in Johannesburg.

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Those who have visited the café believe it is well worth a visit if you have not been yet and encourage all in the area to pop in for a tasty treat.

In another article called 9-year-old girl born without hands wins award for her cursive writing, Briefly.co.za reported on a 9-year-old girl who was honoured with two national awards in the Unites States. The little girl who was born without hands was given the award for her exceptional skill in writing.

Anaya Ellick, a 9-year-old achieved an outstanding feat after she received two national awards for her exceptional writing skills.

The little girl is a third-grader in Chesapeake, Virginia, United States and her achievement is remarkable because she has found a way to be the best at writing despite the fact that she was born without hands.

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