Maia Chung

Maia Chung, MCTV, Maia Chung TV,
Maia Chung

Maia Chung is a Public Relations Manager at Admark the top Advertising and Marketing Firm in Jamaica.

She is  concurrently Managing Director for the Maia Chung Autism and Disabilities Foundation and CEO of  Maia Chung Television – Content Provider MCTV airs globally.

Miss Chung was appointed by Cabinet in April 2012 to the National Advisory Board for Persons with Disabilities which advises the Jamaican Prime Minister on matters relating to the disabled population of the country and she was elected as chairman of the Public Education Committee Sub-Committee of that Board.

In 2012 Miss Chung was appointed to the board of the Jamaica Coalition for the Rights of the Child (JCRC) – the JCRC is a watchdog group comprising several national organisations whose mandate is to uphold the rights of the Jamaican child as articulated in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child as signed and ratified by Jamaica.

  

Miss Chung is a career journalist who has won awards regionally and internationally in all the mediums she has worked and is an award winning Philanthropist.

She is an Author
Motivational Speaker
Actress/Director/Television Producer/Commercial Model

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Damali Kai LittleWhite-Lorenz

1. How many children, and adults are suffering from ASD in Jamaica, under 18, and over? 2. How much will it cost per child? How much would it cost to include adult ASD who also rely on caregivers? 3. What sort of care/support is needed for Autistic adults? 4. Is this something that could be incorporated into regular schools? Or to incorprorate non affected kids, or kids with other disorders, eg. ADHD which is also on the rise, as well as PTSD, and other difficulties which would impair learning and socialization? 5. Where on the island is the need greatest?… Read more »

Althea Heath
8 years ago

Awesome

Veronica Sherman
7 years ago

I would like to know if parents in the rural areas are able to use the resources to help their special needs children. Would cultural practices inhibit parents in the rural areas from getting the information that would allow them to use the available resources? Can these children reach their true potential?

Veronica Sherman
6 years ago

I would like to know if parents in the rural areas are able to use the resources to help their special needs children. Would cultural practices inhibit parents in the rural areas from getting the information that would allow them to use the available resources? Can these children reach their true potential?

Althea Heath
6 years ago

Awesome

Damali Kai LittleWhite-Lorenz

1. How many children, and adults are suffering from ASD in Jamaica, under 18, and over? 2. How much will it cost per child? How much would it cost to include adult ASD who also rely on caregivers? 3. What sort of care/support is needed for Autistic adults? 4. Is this something that could be incorporated into regular schools? Or to incorprorate non affected kids, or kids with other disorders, eg. ADHD which is also on the rise, as well as PTSD, and other difficulties which would impair learning and socialization? 5. Where on the island is the need greatest?… Read more »

Faith
Faith
5 years ago

Grateful that you obeyed the call…