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Therap Team Visiting Self-Help Group for Cerebral Palsy (SGCP), Nepal

Therap has recently started working with Self-Help Group for Cerebral Palsy (SGCP), Nepal. Also known as Cerebral Palsy Nepal, it is Nepal’s only non-governmental and non-profit organization dedicated to supporting people with cerebral palsy and their families. From their specialist centre in Dhapakhel, Lalitpur, they run a complete rehabilitation service for children with cerebral palsy and their parents, as well as a school and vocational training centre for up to 50 children, and a residential scheme for families living outside of the Kathmandu Valley.

The Therap Team, led by Richard Robbins, CEO of Therap Services and comprised of Senior Therap Officials including Jeff Case, Director of Business Development, Maureen Noonan, Director of Global Customer Support, met with Mr. Bimal Lal Shrestha, CEO of SGCP Nepal, as well as other officials and support staff of the facility. On this occasion, Mr. Bimal elaborated how SGCP provides support through community programmes, home visitors, care centres, medical camps and other initiatives to individuals and families in 15 of Nepal’s 75 districts.

Being the leading Online documentation software working globally with numerous Disability organizations, Therap understands the need of a cloud-based platform to improve coordination within a large scale organization like SGCP.

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

By |2017-05-23T04:35:43+00:00May 23rd, 2017|Categories: General, Nepal|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Therap Team Visiting Self-Help Group for Cerebral Palsy (SGCP), Nepal

Therap Workshop in Kathmandu, Nepal

Therap Asia has been delighted to organize a successful workshop, in collaboration with NAID Nepal on April 24, 2017 at Grand Hotel Kathmandu for Therap’s  users and wellwishers in Nepal. Special schools and organizations supporting Persons with Disabilities (PWD) from all over Nepal attended the workshop. Richard Robbins, CEO of Therap Services, expressed his gratitude to the attendees and shared his vision for Asia as well as ensured continuous support for all qualified disability organizations in Nepal.

Moving forward Jeff Case, Director of Business Development of Therap along with Maureen Noonan, Director of Global Customer Support, demonstrated Therap system and addressed the issues and queries raised by the users in the workshop.

Initially starting their career as a Special educator in USA, Therap’s Training and Implementation Specialists Calvin Christensen and Ebony Johnson  went on to addressing assessment services, mobile application and detailed documentation with Therap digital documentation software. They demonstrated the system and shared their experience on using Therap’s documentation tool when they used to provide services to the persons with disabilities (PWD).

Over 70 people attended the workshop, most of whom were special educators, doctors, occupational and speech therapists and senior management from different disability organizations. A number of organizations signed up with Therap on the day of the workshop and is ready to implement the documentation software for their organization. Therap Asia looks forward to having more such exciting workshops for the users in Nepal.

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

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 of the importance of online documentation and where the world of documentation is headed in the future. The detailed documentation in the disability fields is necessary now more than ever, and Therap provides the set of tools to make it happen.

To know more about Therap in Asia visit www.therapasia.net

By |2017-02-23T10:21:42+00:00February 23rd, 2017|Categories: General, Nepal|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Therap visits Several Disability Organizations in Nepal
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