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First Ever Therap Conference on “Improve Quality of Service for Persons with Disabilities Using Digital Documentation” in Bangladesh

Therap Asia successfully conducted their first National Conference in Bangladesh on April 20, 2017 at the RAOWA Convention Hall. With the motto of ‘Improve Quality of Service for Persons with Disabilities Using Digital Documentation’, the conference was attended by several disability organizations across the country, who have been working to better serve disabled individuals with the help of the online documentation software, Therap.

Maj. Gen. (Retd.) M. Shamim Chowdhury, Head of HR and Vital Assets of Therap (BD) Ltd., inaugurated the conference and expressed his gratitude to the attendees for their enormous dedication towards persons with disabilities (PWD). Richard Robbins, CEO of Therap Services, shared his vision for Asia and ensured continuous support for all qualified disability organizations across South-East Asian region.

On this occasion, Jeff Case, Director of Business Development of Therap along with Maureen Noonan, Director of Global Customer Support, Therap exchanged their views on this industry and how Therap can really enhance the quality of services for the disability organizations here in Bangladesh.

Later on, Mr. Jowaherul Islam Mamun, General Secretary of SWID Bangladesh and President of Asian Federation on Intellectual Disabilities (AFID) and Dr. Shamim Ferdous, Executive Director of Bangladesh Protibondhi Foundation spoke on the overall scenario of the disability community in Bangladesh and how they are planning to utilize Therap to provide top notch support for the individuals receiving services from their respective organizations.

Being the national leader in the disability field in USA since 2003, experts and professionals working with Persons with Disabilities shared their knowledge and experience of more than 25 years during the conference. Originally starting career as support staff, Therap personnel Calvin Christensen and Ebony Johnson attended the conference and interacted with the users from Bangladesh to discuss some issues faced in the US for the last 15 years and also, how Therap helped them to overcome those issues. More than 200 people joined the Therap Conference, comprising of teachers, parents and senior management from organizations.

Therap is committed to make an impact on the lives of Persons with Disabilities (PWD) by working with disability organizations throughout the world and by providing them necessary tools such as Therap software, so that they can easily improve their quality of services with better documentation. Therap Asia looks forward to having more conferences/workshops in Bangladesh.

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

 

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Follow up session at Smiling Children Special School

Malisa and I went to Smiling Children Special School, to follow up on them. The school reopened after the annual break in December. As it is the start of the new term, There has been new developments in the school. Smiling Children Special School has been using several modules of the system, relevant to them. In the session we followed up with them on several issues they were facing. They have made progress towards using the system for day to day documentation.

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By |2016-11-03T07:12:39+00:00February 2nd, 2016|Categories: General|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Follow up session at Smiling Children Special School

Interactive session at Smiling Children Special School (SCSS)

We conducted an interactive session at Smiling Children Special School (SCSS), Dhaka, Bangladesh. They have been using Therap for more than 2 months, and have made tremendous strides. In the interactive session they provided us with feedback from the use of Therap. Such feedback would help us further improve Therap. We will hold further interactive sessions with them in the coming days.

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By |2016-01-20T10:19:54+00:00January 17th, 2016|Categories: General|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Interactive session at Smiling Children Special School (SCSS)

Implementation at Smiling Children Special School

SCSS teachers using Therap

SCSS teachers using Therap

SCSS teachers using Therap

SCSS teachers using Therap

Another implementation session at Smiling Children Special School, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. We are currently training them on ISP Program and ISP Data. The current process they follow, for therapy, is the ABA method. They do all the documentation manually, in paper. With the introduction of Therap, now they will be able to store data related to the service provided to the persons with Intellectual Disabilities, online. They are adapting to the new system very well. Hopefully we will be able to complete this phase of implementation soon.

By |2016-11-03T07:12:40+00:00November 4th, 2015|Categories: General|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on Implementation at Smiling Children Special School

Training Session at Smiling Children Special School

Staffs of SCSS busy at the training session

Staffs of SCSS busy at the training session

Andalib with a Staff of SCSS during training session

Andalib with a Staff of SCSS during training session

Smiling Children Special School (SCSS), situated in Aftabnagar, Dhaka, has been using Therap. We went there to hold another training session. Different issues were solved during the session. How the online software will be able to cater to the needs of such an organization in Asia was also discussed. A plan for future training sessions were also chalked out. Follow us, to know know the updates of SCSS.

By |2016-11-03T07:12:41+00:00October 23rd, 2015|Categories: General|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Training Session at Smiling Children Special School
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