What is World Clock Day?
Clocks have been used since ancient times when sundials and water clocks were used in Ancient Egypt. Since then our measurement in time has become more accurate and we use time and clocks every single day. From train timetables to GPS navigation, from waking in the morning to get to work or school to that dinner reservation at night, we are all reliant on the humble clock.
Interested in seeing the changes of time and clocks over the years? Click here to view a timeline.
Who are you fundraising for?
We see the effects of learning difficulties from young children up to adulthood. This includes struggling to read, write, comprehension, auditory and social. The impacts of a learning difficulty is life lasting and brings about many mental health issues as well as an increase risk of addictions.
We are raising money to support young adults in Teen Challenge Qld Rehabilitation Centres to do the Arrowsmith Program. We have seen incredible changes during a one year pilot with the students doing the Arrowsmith Program. See their testimonies here.