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Ten-year old Gabe attends the our Believe In Me orphanage school in Shaoguan. Described by his teachers as a happy boy, we can see from these photos that it’s true. Gabe has a smile that can light up the room, and he is rarely seen without his famous grin!
Gabe is very sociable and he gets along well with his classmates. Read more.
Our Believe in Me orphanage school in Changzhi serves children with special needs who may not otherwise be able to attend school. Currently, 25 students are benefiting from the program, and we thought it might be fun to follow one little boy, Victor and get a glimpse into his days at school.
Victor joined our Believe in Me school when he was nearly two years old. Now, he’s six years old, and we have seen him blossom. Read more.
Today we thought you might enjoy seeing some of the ‘best buddies’ pairs from our Believe in Me orphanage schools as they play and learn together. Forming friendships is an important part of development for all children. For children growing up in an orphanage without a family, friends are a crucial source of support and connection. We are so grateful that our Believe in Me schools foster safe and supportive environments for these friendships to flourish.
Tyler is a vibrant and smart six-year-old boy whose smile lights up the room. He has been a student at our Believe In Me School in Qingyang since it opened eleven months ago. Prior to the school opening, Tyler did not have the opportunity to regularly attend school with his peers due to his disability.
Thanks to LWB’s amazing supporters, now Tyler’s days are filled with a specialized educational curriculum and accompanying sensory-rich activities to stimulate his growing mind. Read more.
When Henry first came to our Believe in Me orphanage school in Jinjiang last year, he was too young and not ready for the classroom.
What a difference a year can make! Thanks to a little growing up time and his loving teachers, Henry is now a classroom star. Read more.
The dictionary says that a snack is a small portion of food eaten between meals. Here in the U.S., we often think of a snack as a pleasant treat – cookies or chips – something we enjoy but don’t really need.
Do you work with children with special educational needs? If so, we would love to have your best tips, suggestions, and ideas for helping these incredible kids reach their fullest potential!
Special Education is not readily available in China, and we want to help teachers like those in our Believe in Me orphanage schools who work with children of all levels and abilities have a multitude of ideas and inspiration at their fingertips. Within the next few weeks, LWB will be launching our new Education Resource website in China. Read more.