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    Continued Training Sessions with Bangladeshi Organizations – Therap Visits BMIS

    As a part of ongoing training sessions with different Bangladeshi organizations, Therap recently conducted a training session with Baptist Mission Integrated School (BMIS). BMIS is a special school serving over 100 individuals and among them, 65 individuals are with visual impairment. During the training sessions, Mr Ashiqur Rahman and Prattay Iqbal trained the teachers of BMIS about the basics of Therap and how to use Therap for better documentation to keep track about the progress of persons with disabilities. Keep following us for more news and updates.  Click on the the Therap Asia website www.therapasia.net for latest updates.

    Therap visits Several Disability Organizations in Nepal

    During the latest trip to the land of Himalayas, Therap visited several new organizations who began their journey as Therap users. These organizations have been working for the betterment of the lives of Persons with Disabilities (PWD). Down Syndrome Association of Nepal, Community Based Rehabilitation Organization Bhaktapur, National Rehabilitation Center of the Disabled Nepal, Parent Federation of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities, Center for Children with Intellectual Disability - are some of the new addition to the Therap user group from Nepal. These organizations are really excited to start implementing Therap into their daily documentation. All these organizations are run with experienced personnel who have been working in the disability industry for decades. Therap has been working to make the users aware [...]

    In-person Training for the Therap Users in Nepal

    Therap completed another visit to Nepal. This visit was mainly focused on user training sessions.  Therap organized training sessions with users from Navjyoti Centre, SERC School, Resource and Family Counselling school for Intellectually Disabled and Special School For Disabled & Rehabilitation Center (SSDRC). Therap works consistently to improve the quality of services provided to the People with Disabilities (PWD), and is delighted to be a part of the efforts from different disability organizations. With Therap software, the users are ensuring Transparency and Accountability in their organizations. It is easier to enter data using Therap through Android or iOS devices, making the lives of the users much easier. The teachers and office staff from different disability organizations were very enthusiastic about [...]

    Therap visits organizations providing services to PWD in Jakarta, Indonesia

    Therap visited Jakarta, Indonesia in January and met with a number of organizations providing services to individuals with special needs. During the visit, Prattay Iqbal, International Business Development Executive from Therap, went to Yayasan Pendidikan Dwituna Rawinala and had a meeting with Belle Y.C Mantiri, Director and Rev. Masriany Sithie M.Th, Research and Development Manager of the center. They are interested in using Therap for their documentation and tracking and would like to start soon. Prattay Iqbal then met Mr. Edi Parabow Soebandi from Im Star (Autism) a special school and visited Yayasan Sayap Ibu Cabang Provinsl Baten providing residential support to persons with disabilities. All the organizations were excited about the possibilities of using Therap for data driven outcomes, [...]

    Therap, documentiaion software for PWD, starts its journey in Indonesia, Jakarta

    On January 16, 2017 Prattay Iqbal, International Business Development Executive from Therap visited Jakarta, Indonesia to visit few organizations and special schools working for person with disability (PWD). Yatasan Pembinaan Anak Cacat (YPAC) Nasional, an Indonesian organization which has 17 special school nationwide, invited Therap to meet with them and discuss the documentation software Therap is offering. It was a productive meeting and all the 17 special schools for disability of YPAC would like to implement Therap for their documentation purposes. Secretary General of YPAC Judith Simabara, M.Si, General Treasurer of YPAC Nana Moeljada and Rehabilitation International National Secretary for Indonesia Dr. Retty Irwan, MPH was present in the meeting with Prattay Iqbal from Therap. YPAC Jakarta had their first [...]

    www.therapasia.net – Official Website for Therap Users in Asia

    Therap has been expanding in Asia for more than a year now. More than 40 organizations and special schools are using Therap for their day to day documentation and progress tracking. To make things enhanced for the users, Therap has launched a website for Asia - www.therapasia.net.   If you are a Therap user from Asia, this is the place for you to have any kind of assistance. The website contains all the information regarding TherapAsia. From support materials to blogs on activities in Asia - you can get all updates in one place.   Therap has been constantly modifying the website with updated stuffs. Support materials such as Training videos and User Guides are currently available in English and [...]

    Therap meets Ms. Sabita Upreti (SSDRC, Nepal) in Bangladesh

    Special School for Disabled and Rehabilitation Center (SSDRC) has been one of the leading organizations working with Autistic children in Nepal. Ms. Sabita Upreti, Founder/ Chief Executive Director of SSDRC recently visited Bangladesh. During her stay in Dhaka, the Therap Asia team met up with her. The Therap Asia team had a very fruitful discussion session with Ms. Sabita regarding her use of Therap software and also her visit to Bangladesh.   Therap introduced Ms. Sabita to Mr. Jowaherul Islam Mamun, President of Asian Federation on Intellectual Disabilities (AFID) and Secretary General of SWID Bangladesh. They had an informative conversation and talked about their respective experiences of working in the disability sector in Nepal and Bangladesh. Mr. Mamun invited Ms. [...]

    afid23.org – Official website for the 23rd AFID Conference 2017

    As the Technology Partner for 23rd Conference of Asian Federation on Intellectual Disabilities (AFID), Therap has been involved with the design and maintenance of the official website of the conference: http://afid23.org/.   With the beginning of the new year 2017, a countdown clock has been placed on the homepage.  The countdown clock will be counting down to the start of the event. The afid23 website also contains the announcements and notices regarding the conference. Hosted by SWID Bangladesh, the conference will take place from November 18 to 24, 2017 at the International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB), Dhaka, Bangladesh.   SWID Bangladesh, with its partners and well-wishers, is arranging meetings at regular intervals. 2nd Organizing Committee Meeting of the 23rd AFID [...]

    New Year 2017: A New Beginning

    Happy New Year to all our Therap users and well wishers in Asia. It has been a pleasure for us to get to know you all and a privilege to work alongside so many special schools and agencies. On 2016 Therap started working with number of agencies in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal supporting people with special need. We wish you all a very successful year ahead. Therap wishes to be alongside you in 2017 and the years to come. For more information visit www.therapasia.net

    Therap at Job Fair 2017 for Persons With Disabilities in Dhaka

    On January 1, 2017, ICT Division & Bangladesh Computer Council in association with Centre for Services and Information on Disability (CSID) organized a Job Fair for persons with disabilities (PWDs). Therap was invited to the event by Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS) to attend this event. Ms. Saima Wazed Hossain, Chairperson, National Advisory committee on Autism and Mr. Zunaid Ahmed Palak, MP, Hon'ble State Minister for ICT Division attended the event as chief guests. It was a great opportunity for the employers who want to employ person with disabilities. The employers had a chance to meet the candidates personally and conduct interview sessions. There were drop boxes in place as well so that candidates can come [...]