Tomorrow’s Voices Earns Autism Program Award

March 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Tomorrow’s Voices Bermuda Autism Early Intervention Centre said they are proud to announce that the Autism Early Intervention Centre has been voted Best Early Autism Intervention Program – Caribbean by UK-based Global Health & Pharma Magazine [GHP] as part of their 2018 Social Care Awards.

This year’s award follows on from the award the Early Intervention Centre received last year from GHP for Best Autism Treatment & Prevention Centre – Caribbean, which the charity won after being anonymously nominated.

Thea Furbert, co-founder and board chairwoman, with Tomorrow’s Voices senior therapists Natasha Pedro-Perry and Jahnae Har

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An article featuring the services the charity provides on the island was also featured in the magazine celebrating the awardees.

GHP is a quarterly magazine that reaches over 260,000 readers worldwide interested in the need-to-know news and the newest developments affecting the global healthcare and pharmaceutical industries. GHP is the go-to resource for wellness professionals and healthcare-related suppliers across the globe.

According to the press release from GHP, the 2018 Social Care Awards were designed to give recognition to the individuals, teams and companies who show the highest levels of innovation, compassion and courage in one of the most important, yet challenging industries.

The release goes on to state, supporting those who need extra care or support, practical or emotional, to lead an active life and do the things many of us take for granted.

GHP Magazine aims to showcase the achievements of the outstanding services and innovation within the field of social care to celebrate the industry’s best and bravest. The link to the 2018 Social Care Awards supplement and accompanying editorial about the work being done at Tomorrow’s Voices can be found here.

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Ms Furbert expressed, “I am very proud of our team for being recognised again by Global Health & Pharma. The international recognition reminds me that we are in line with our international counterparts in providing top class autism services to those in need.

“I am honoured that we have been chosen for this award and am encouraged that because of our hard work and dedication we are making a positive impact in the Bermuda community.”

For more information about Tomorrow’s Voices, contact them at 297-4342 or email info@tomorrowsvoices.bm.

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