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Therap Workshop in Nepal, April 2018

Therap is delighted to have been able to organize a successful workshop, in collaboration with SERC school Nepal on April 13, 2018 at Grand Hotel Kathmandu. Special schools and organizations supporting Persons with Disabilities (PWD) from all over Nepal attended the workshop.

The workshop started with the welcome speech by Anish K.C., General Manager, SERC school.

Moving forward Prattay Iqbal, International Business Development Executive along with Michelle Saunders, Business Development Consultant of Therap gave an overview of Therap to the attendees and talked about Therap’s activity globally.

Later on, Joshua Corzantes, Senior Training & Implementation Specialist demonstrated Therap system and addressed the issues and queries raised by the users in the workshop.

As a certified person centered thinker Ishya “Shae” Dotson, State Implementation Specialist of Therap addressed the importance of person centered planning and demonstrated capturing information using Therap.

Fayonne Johnson, Senior Training and Implementation Specialist of Therap addressed the health tracking module of Therap and how it can be useful to track individuals’ health information.

Over 40 people attended the workshop, most of whom were special educators, teachers, occupational and speech therapists and senior management from different disability organizations.

At the end, there was question answer session for the attendees. The interactive question answer session went on for a while and all the questions were addressed. 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 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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Therap and SWID Bangladesh on educational workshop at Gaibandha, Bangladesh

For the first time, Therap and SWID Bangladesh jointly organized a workshop in Gaibandha, Bangladesh on July 10, 2017 at Gaibandha Public Library and Club. Over 200 representatives from special schools and organizations supporting Persons with Disabilities (PWD) from all over Gaibandha district under SWID Bangladesh attended the workshop. Most of them were special educators, teachers of special schools and organizations.

Prattay Iqbal, International Business Development Executive from Therap talked about the software and demonstrated Therap system to the attendees. Jowaherul Islam Mamun, President, SWID Bangladesh, Shahadat Hossain, Psychologist, SWID Bangladesh and Md. Asad Uzzaman Sazzad, Training and Implementation Specialist from Therap were also present and conducted the workshop successfully.

People seemed very enthusiastic about Therap, a documentation software for special schools and organizations supporting Persons with Disabilities (PWD). Number of organizations signed up on the spot. Therap is now looking forward to organize training session with the registered Therap users from all those special schools and organizations.

Therap Asia and SWID Bangladesh team also visited Friendship Center, Gaibandha which is an award winning architectural beauty of Gaibandha district.

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

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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

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