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Therap at Inclusion Self-Advocacy Workshop, Nepal

Therap participated in Inclusion Self-Advocacy Workshop on March 26, 2018 that took place in Kathmandu, Nepal. It was a two day workshop from March 26 to March 27, in partnership with Inclusion International and Parent Federation of Person with Intellectual Disabilities (PFPID). The training was guided by Inclusion International Empower Us self-advocate leaders Jayne from Kenya, Mark from Malawi and David from New Zealand.

Prattay Iqbal, International Business Development Executive participated in the Workshop on representing Therap.

Inclusion International is an international network which works with persons with intellectual disabilities and advocates with over 115 of its member societies for the inclusion of persons with an intellectual disability in all aspects of their community. Inclusion has been working over fifty years for human rights and now they are representing almost 200 member federations in 115 countries over five regions of the world including Middle East, North Africa, Europe, Africa, the Americas and Asia Pacific.

The session was mostly run by self-advocates. Twenty-five self-advocates were present in the training session.

It was a very informative workshop about Self-Advocacy and the rights for Persons with Disabilities. Therap is glad to be a part of the Workshop and hopes to work with Inclusion International for a long time in the future.

To know more about our work in Asia, feel free to visit our website www.therapasia.net.


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Special schools and organizations in Indonesia starts training and implementing Therap

Therap have been working with organizations and special schools supporting persons with disabilities for a long time with a global system in place. Therap is an ideal solution for documenting education plan, vocational programs, supported living, therapies and children’s services. It also produces reports based on the data entered and is currently used worldwide.

This May 2017,  Therap personal Shamim M Chowdhury, Director of HR & Vital Assets, Faisal Iqbal, Assistant Director of Training and Implementation and Prattay Iqbal, International Business Development Executive visited organizations in Jakarta to implement Therap, a documentation software for Persons with Disabilities (PWD). Organizations providing services to PWD such as YPAC Nasional, Yayasan Sayap Ibu Cabang Province Banten, Yayasan Pendidikan Dwituna Rawinala and Rumah I’M Star had their first training session with Therap. All the organizations were enthusiastic and excited about using and benefiting from Therap – A digital database of individuals and the services they receive.

Therap is also providing online training sessions to Indonesian organizations working with Persons with Disabilities (PWD). Recently Yayasan Sayap Ibu Cabang Province Banten had an informative online training and is looking forward to more such training with Therap. 

For more information please visit www.therapasia.net

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