“Cause An Effect Seeks More Inclusive Society for Disabled” Fundraiser at Queen’s Hall
Date Published: July 30th 2017
IT is not easy raising a child and it is especially challenging raising a child with a disability.
But for Laura Pierre-Escayg and her husband Francis Escayg, that challenge was a launching pad for an organisation to help educate the nation about people with disabilities.
The two are founders of the non-profit organisation Cause An Effect which is a “for-purpose, media and marketing company, with a focus to create awareness campaigns about disabilities and persons with special needs, to transform perspectives and create an inclusive society.” Pierre-Escayg, a singer/songwriter by profession, told Sunday Newsday when in 2004 the couple’s first child Isaiah was born, he was severely disabled and had a rare gene disorder, incontentia pigmenti, which resulted in all round developmental delays.