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Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Support Group of Southern Africa
011-888 7655 
www.adhasa.co.za
Autism South Africa
011-486 3696 
www.autismsouthafrica.org

Baby Therapy Centre
012-348 2086 
www.babytherapy.org.za

Cape Town Adoption Support
Jean
Email: ct.adoption.support@gmail.com 
Club Foot
www.clubfoot.co.za

Compassionate Friends
011-440 6322

Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH)
Karen
011 880 2981
083 2259 833
Karen@captivest.co.za
www.uk-cherubs.org.uk or www.cherubs-cdh.org
MODERN MOM MEETUP – Table View
Donna McCarthy 
Cell:0732162717
Email:cosmickidz@polka.co.za
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) Lonehill, Gauteng
Kirsten
Cell: 083 734 0466
Email:kirstensmith25@gmail.com
Muscular Dystrophy Foundation of SA
011 789 7634
Post Natal Depression Support Association South Africa
www.pndsa.co.za
SA Continence Association of South Africa
Enuresis (bedwetting) help line 
083 289 6440 
Mon - Fri 08h00 to 17h00
SA Multiple Births Associations (SAMBA)
0861 432 432
SA Preemies Association
0860 727 736 
www.sapreemies.za.org
Single Parents in KwaZulu-Natal
www.singleparents.org.za
Teen Mom Support Group, Pinetown, KZN
Michelle
info@teenmomsupportkzn.co.za
http://www.teenmomsupportkzn.co.za/

The Ruth Mailbag Group, KwaZulu-Natal
Please leave your baby items at: Foto First, 180 Murchison Street, Ladysmith 3370, South Africa, for distribution to moms at the government hospital in town.

Water Safety Awareness Resource Website
www.childrenswimming.co.za
Young Mom Support, Cape Town
The Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation Youth Centre near Masiphumelele 
Tracy
info@youngmomsupport.co.za
http://www.youngmomsupport.co.za/
A free educational site for children with language impairments
www.hiya.net

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