Since founding Alexis Miranda Foundation in 2013, We have learned how immense the need for special needs advocates and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) interventions are. This is still true for us not only in the New England area but even more so in Ghana, West Africa. Because although there are Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and their services are highly sought after around the world there is still a great need for social interventions for children on the spectrum in the New England area. Not so with the Ghana Situation where they have no BCBAs, as such they have to rely solely on external support from visiting professionals, volunteers and especially BCBAs who occasionally visit that part of the world. As such, we work to support social groups for children with Autism such as the Andover Buddy Group and the My Own Voice choir in the New England area along with several students with Autism and a number of Autism schools and centers in Ghana. We recently renovated one of the Special schools called Dzorwulu Special school and set up an Autism Resource Center in order to maximize our impact. In order to continue doing the exceptional work we undertake funding is crucial and so we welcome all supporters to join our cause.
The following highlights our timeline and key achievements over the years.