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Therap and SWID Bangladesh workshop in Lalmonirhat, Bangladesh

Therap and SWID Bangladesh jointly organized a workshop in Lalmonirhat, Bangladesh on June 12, 2017 in an inclusive school of Lalmonirhat named Buddhi Protibondhi and Autistic School. Teachers and special educators from different branches of Lalmonirhat under SWID Bangladesh attended the workshop.

The program started with the National Anthem of Bangladesh followed by some of the special children of the school receiving the chief guests cordially with flower bouquets.

Therap personal Prattay Iqbal, International Business Development Executive introduced Therap to the attendees and talked about the services and benefits of using Therap, a documentation software for the organizations providing services to the Persons with Disabilities (PWD). Shahadat Hossain, Psychologist, SWID Bangladesh, Md. Asad Uzzaman Sazzad, Training and Implementation Specialist, Therap was also present in the workshop.

The attendees were enthusiastic about using Therap in their schools and organizations providing services to the Persons with Disabilities (PWD) and a number of attendees signed up with Therap. Therap is looking forward to organize more workshops and training sessions very soon for the users who have signed up.

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

By |2017-08-17T04:53:49+00:00August 16th, 2017|Categories: Bangladesh, General|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Therap and SWID Bangladesh workshop in Lalmonirhat, Bangladesh

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. 

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By |2017-04-04T06:02:24+00:00April 4th, 2017|Categories: General|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Continued Training Sessions with Bangladeshi Organizations – Therap Visits BMIS

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 Bangla. Therap is looking to prepare all the materials in other languages such as Sinhala, Tamil, Nepalese, Indonesian etc., according to the preferences of users of Therap in Asia.

 

To know more about Therap in Asia, feel free to have a go at our website www.therapasia.net.

Therap trains at The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind

Therap arranged a training and implementation session at The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind. The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind, is one of the premier institutes catering to the needs of persons with hearing impairment and visual impairment. They are also providing service to persons with multiple disabilities. The schools have dedicated computer labs in them. The computers in the computer labs have JAWS Screen Reader software installed in them. This software assists persons with visual impairment to use the computer. Malisa Mehjabeen conducted the training session, where the participants were taught about Therap. We will come back to continue our efforts at The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind.

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The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind

The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind

The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind

The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind

By |2016-11-03T07:12:38+00:00March 8th, 2016|Categories: General, Sri Lanka|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Therap trains at The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind

Snaps from The Ceylon School for the Blind and Deaf

Here are some additional snaps from The Ceylon School for the Blind and Deaf.

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By |2016-11-03T07:12:38+00:00March 4th, 2016|Categories: General, Sri Lanka|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Snaps from The Ceylon School for the Blind and Deaf

Ceylon School for the Blind and Deaf starts using Therap

The Ceylon School for the Blind and Deaf, is one of the premier institutions in Sri Lanka, catering to the needs of persons with visual impairment and hearing impairment. This institute established in 1912, have recently started using Therap for their online documentation needs.  We went there to arrange a training session with the teachers and staff of the school. In the first phase of the training they are getting introduced to the concepts of the software. The school caters to the need of persons with visual impairment and hearing impairment. There are 2 different schools for that purpose, on the same premises. There are also persons, who have multiple disabilities. The teachers and staff of the school felt, this software would help them provide better services to them. With the improved data storage and tracking system, they would be well informed about the persons with disabilities.

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At the Premises of The Ceylon School for the Blind and Deaf

At the Premises of The Ceylon School for the Blind and Deaf

By |2016-11-03T07:12:38+00:00February 29th, 2016|Categories: General, Sri Lanka|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Ceylon School for the Blind and Deaf starts using Therap

The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind in Colombo, Sri Lanka

The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind is situated in Ratmalana, 12 km South of Colombo city center.  The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind is one of the premier institutions which cater to the needs of people with hearing impairment and visual impairment in Sri Lanka. This institution is one of the oldest institutions of such kind. It started its journey in 1912, with only 2 children. Now they have 3 schools in Sri Lanka. 2 of them are situated in the same campus. One serves children with visual impairment. Another one serves children with hearing impairment. The other school is situated in Jafna, which is situated on the northern tip of the island. These are privately governed schools, which are assisted by the government. They have IT labs which has got more than 12 computers. The IT lab in The Ceylon School for the Blind had JAWS Screen Reader software installed in them, for the assistance of the persons with visual impairment. We wish all the best to the schools with all their future endeavors.

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The Ceylon School for the Blind and Deaf, Colombo, Sri Lanka

The Ceylon School for the Blind and Deaf, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Computer at the IT Unit of The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind

Computer at the IT Unit of The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind

By |2016-11-03T07:12:38+00:00February 28th, 2016|Categories: General, Sri Lanka|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind in Colombo, Sri Lanka
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