Tuesday, 22 November 2016

The Importance of being Ernest

Little Ernest has many challenges.
Ernest was born prematurely, with a genetic disorder and physical abnormalities, his development is delayed.
His lack if speech has been a serious concern, and all the Happy House family, at home and inschool, has made great efforts to get him talking.
One to one sessions with volunteer Gussy Bunbury, who has experience of working in special needs school, has brought him on in leaps and bounds.
And last week, he was found, all on his own, counting aloud, from one to 10.
A huge breakthrough, Mama awarded him a Star of the Week wjhich came with much clapping and cheering for clever Ernest.
Welll done, Ernest.


Please vote for Children of Watamu in the documentaries category of the Charity Film Awards to highlight our work with children from despair at our at the Happy House and our founder Sue Hayward's inspiring story told in the beautiful film made for us, free of charge, by Massimiliano Zeuli  Please vote for Children of Watamu and ask your friends to do the samehttp://www.charityfilmawards.com/videos/children-of-watamu

Make a Christmas gift

If you would like to make a gift to Happy House for Christmas, here's how.
We are keeping our Festive Holiday Fund appeal open so that anyone who would like to make a Christmas gift to our family can do so there - every penny will directly benefit our children.Every penny will make a difference to children's lives. Thank you.