Remembering Zemi Yenus: An ambassador for autism in Africa
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Zemi Yenus was the mother of a child with autism, founder of Ethiopia’s first school for autistic children and a tireless advocate for autism awareness and research in Africa. The post Remembering Zemi Yenus: An ambassador for autism in Africa appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.
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