Management Team

Meet Our Team

The management team is made up of skilled and experienced professionals who have the capacity and competency to prepare, guide and involve all the desired activities that promotes the vision and mission of AACT.

Serwah Quaynor (Mrs.), Founder/Executive Director

Mrs. Quaynor is the founder and executive director of the Autism Awareness, Care and Training (AACT) and also a mother of a child with autism. She lived in the U.S. and returned to Ghana in 1998 and made a commitment to help children with autism in Ghana. She took a leap of faith and created the Autism Awareness, Care and Training Centre. She is responsible for the overall implementation of all programs and day-to-day management of activities. She has worked for many years as a woman's health educator. She has been a social entreprenuer in education in Ghana for the past 20 years working with persons with autism and undiagnosed children in the mainstream schools.

Mrs. Quaynor has organized numerous workshops to educate teachers, social workers, health professionals, parents, and siblings on the issues of Autism. She has received a number of awawds in recognition of the quality service delivery to persons with autism and related disabilities. Notable among them is an innovative and excellence award form Heartspring, a renowned disability centre iin the United States of America, Ghana Education Service (GES), Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, Ayekoo Excellence Foundation, Esther Awards for service to the christian community in Ghana and Millennium Excellence Awards for Education in Ghana. 

She has served on the board of the National Council of Persons with Disabilities and Inclusion Ghana. She is presently the Chairman on the board of the Autism Society of Ghana (ASOG). She is a change leader for Reach for Change Africa and is a founding member of Social Enterprise Ghana. She was part of the team that worked on the Inclusive Education Policy.

Elorm Duah (Mrs.), Educational Director

Elorm is the Educational Director of the Autism Awareness Care and Training. She is responsible for the training, supporting, guiding, and mentoring the progress of students and caregivers. She is also responsible for the overall development, preparation and implementation of instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.

Elorm holds a Master’s degree in Art Education from the Kwame Nkrumah Science and Technology (KNUST) and is a member of the Autism Society of Ghana (ASOG). She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts (KNUST).

She has significant and extensive knowledge and experience in Strategic Management, Human Resource Management, Customer Service, Special Needs and Disability Issues. She is a trained Special Needs Educator and has worked in various capacities as Principal Educational Coordinator and teacher in an inclusive education settings. Elorm’s background gives her a unique ability to promote and advance the vision of AACT.

David K. Debrah, Coordinator

David is the Coordinator of the Autism Awareness Care and Training (AACT). He is responsible for the overall support in the development, planning, coordinating and implementation of all programs and activities of AACT. David holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work with Sociology (University of Ghana) and is a member of the Association of Students of Social Work (ASSOW), Ghana. He has significant knowledge and experience in Training for Counselling Approaches, Administration, Management and Evaluation, Social and Academic Research, Human Growth and Development, Social Policies, Women and Children Rights Protection, Working with Individuals, Children, Groups, and Organizations.

He is a Graphic Designer and has certification in Graphic Design (Master Builder Multimedia, University of Ghana). He is also a Webmaster and has successfully completed an Online Computer Driving License Programme (eCDLP) and has certification in Computers, Windows, Internet, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Publisher (University of Ghana Computing Systems, UGCS). He is passionate about volunteerism and has worked in public and private entities in both voluntary and paid capacities, notable among them include Department of Social Welfare and Community Development, National Service Personnel Association (NASPA), Access Bank Ghana Limited, Inclusion Ghana, and Master Builder Multimedia. 

He has been involved in community development projects (such as LEAP Payment to OVCs, Disbursement of Disability fund to PWDs, Free NHIS Registration and Nationwide Smart Card Issuing to LEAP Beneficiaries, etc) and was formerly the Secretaries to the Social Services Sub-Committee and Disability Fund Management Committee (DFMC) at the District level specifically Ningo-Prampram District. David’s background gives him a unique ability to promote and advance the vision of AACT.

Abeiku Grant Baiden, Facilitator

Abeiku is the Facilitator for Autism Awareness, Care & Training. He is responsible for the supervision of attendants, assisting all staffs and supporting the children in all activities at AACT.

Abeiku has 10 years experience working with children with autism. He has knowledge in Child Development and has skills in teaching children. He is a board member of Inclusion Ghana and was part of the pioneers in the designing of the Inclusive Education Policy in Ghana.

Abeiku has 18 years of driving experience. He has skills in talking and the ability to grant interviews on radio and TV broadcasts.
Abeiku’s background gives him a unique ability to promote and advance the vision of AACT.




42 Rolyat Castle Road , Kokomlele. Accra , Ghana
Autism Awareness Care and Training (AACT)