Pathways began with a dream for a special place to educate and stimulate the severely disabled child, and thus provide their parents with hope and support.
Set up as a non-profit organization, in 15 years Pathways has grown from a group of 3 children in the Kloof Methodist Church hall, to a multi-racial, multi-cultural facility with a fully trained staff and lovely premises in Westville. This is now the central hub of an operation which involves 37 children in-house, and through the various outreach programmes, many more who stay at home.
Pathways has been instrumental in establishing a further eight centres in South Africa that communicate regularly on a professional level. These different schools are fully independent and have their own constitutions and fund-raising plans.