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1st Out and About Fun Games Program for Exceptional Children
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The Resources for Educational & Allied Consultancy Habitat (R.E.A.C.H.), Inc. in partnership with the Sharing Our Caring Foundation, Inc. will hold its 1st Out and About Fun Games Program for Exceptional Children with the theme "Empowering Exceptional Athletes Through Sports” on November 23-25, 2012 in Hongkong and Macau, China.


At the end of the three-day seminar-workshop, the participants are expected to:
  1. learn what competencies teachers need to deliver appropriate Physical Education (PE) services to exceptional students with disabilities;
  2. conduct diversified programs of developmental activities, games, sports and rhythms suited to the needs, interests, capacities, and limitations of exceptional children who may not safely or successfully engage in unrestricted participation in the vigorous activities of the general PE program; and
  3. develop a specific, achievable physical education goals and objectives (i.e. IEP).
The target participants to this activity are policy makers, local government units (LGUs), non-government organizations (NGOs), school principals/school administrators, regular/special education teachers, PE/adapted PE teachers, guidance counselors, psychologists, nurses, physical therapists (PT) / occupational therapists (OT) / speech therapists (ST) and other related service providers, parents, students in related field, and exceptional children who meet the criteria for the fun games.

For more information, all interested individuals may visit or contact:

Lolita D. Serrano, Ph.D. SPED, ELM
President
Resources for Educational & Allied Consultancy Habitat (R.E.A.C.H), Inc. 
2F Meromall Uniwide Sales, Pamplona, Las Pinas City
Telephone Nos.: (02) 871-5167; (02) 873-3438
Mobile Phone Nos.: 09 15-643-3662; 0922-834-3272

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