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SPECIAL EDUCATION (SpEd)

SCHOOLS DIVISION OFFICE - SAN JUAN CITY

 
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About SPED Division of City Schools - San Juan City

Post-Conference Workshop on Basic Management for Children with Special Needs

January 21, 2016

The Basic Management for Children with Special Needs is a designed program project by Mrs. Elsa L. Gella, Education Program Coordinator in SPED to all children with autism who are enrolled in public schools in the City of San Juan. This program was successfully sponsored by the Rotary Club of San Juan East and other stakeholders. Mr. Michael Joseph G. Alejandra, Occupational Therapist OTRP, ROT was the speaker of 10 days half training workshop on basic management.

Unlimited Talent Show and Potential Skills Festival

February 15-18, 2016

The unlimited talent show and potential skills festival aims to overcome the discrimination against children with disabilities. This activity will enhance the mobility of person with disability to participate fully in the social life and development of society. The main goal of this activity is to develop potential skills to the fullest extent of their capabilities, to enhance their special talents and other abilities in order to develop friendship among others and to be independent and become a productive citizen.

2015 Special Education Report

January - December, 2015

Accomplishment Report for CY 2015

 

Orchids to PSC

Ocrtober 15-16, 2015

Pinaglabanan SpEd Center declared as overall champion during the 2015 Division Paralympics last October 15-16, 2015 at Pinaglabanan Covered Court.

 

Documentation: Intervention for Children with Autism

January 2016

Children with autism are unaware of their surroundings. They may also fail to respond to the sights and sounds of a social world. Often, with limited speech and language skills, the child follows a different development pattern compared to other children in the same age group. They have difficulty playing with other children and making friends. They engage in restricted, repetitive behavior that is hard to understand.

Documentation: “Basura mo, Kabuhayan ko” Livelihood Program for SPED Parents

August, 2015

It is very important to enhance person’s skills and capabilities to make a living to secure the necessities of life. Using recyclable materials helps conserves resources by converted used materials into new products reducing the need to consume natural resources and helps protect the environment.

Documentation: Feeding Program for Children with Special Needs

December, 2015

The greatest wealth is health. Good nutrition is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle and to prevent malnourished. By eating healthy foods, we will get nutrients what our body needs to stay healthy, active and strong. 

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