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IPNA works nationwide - V.C, BSMMU

"IPNA works nation-wide" _V.C, BSMMU
                                                

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Three-day long training program for district/upazila level doctors held at IPNA

Read more: Autism Training for District/Upazila Level Doctors

 

(IPNA, 11 April 2017): A three-day long “Workshop on 'Management of lower functioning children with CP” and Workshop on 'Understanding Sensory Processing Dysfunction & Sensory Strategies for Children with ASD in School Setting'  held at IPNA seminar room, BSMMU from 11-13 April 2017 for parents and therapists. The aim of the program is to develop the skill of the parents, teachers and professionals in managing children with ASD and their challenging behavious. 

Read more: Workshop on CP & Sensory held at IPNA for parents and professionals

 

(IPNA, 2 April 2017): On World Autism Awareness Day 2017, IPNA received a national award, handed over by PM Sheikh Hasina for their outstanding work in the field.

The honourable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina distributed awards among successful autistic children and individuals and organizations working for the development of the children with disabilities while observing 10th World Autism Awareness Day 2017.

Read more: IPNA received national award handed over by PM Sheikh Hasina

 

(IPNA, 1 April 2017): IPNA organized an Art Camp for the children with autism on the occasion of 10th World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) 2017. The art camp was held at Bot Tola, BSMMU.


Mr. Zillar Rahman, secretary, Social Welfare Ministry was present as chief guest while Mr. Joe Hyun gue, country director of Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) was special guest. Among others Mr. Monjur Hossain, president Korea-Bangladesh Alumni Association (KBAA), Mr. Nisar Hossain, Dean, Fine Arts Faculty of Dhaka University, renowned actress and artist Bipasha Hayat were present and spoke on the occasion. Vice-chancellor of BSMMU Prof. Dr. Kamrul Hasan Khan presided over the program.


The art camp was inaugurated by Prof. Dr. Shaheen Akhter, Project director of IPNA. More than 150 children with autism took part in the art camp. Ministry of Social Affairs, Bangladesh, KOICA and KBAA supported the program.

(IPNA, 28 March 2017): A two-day long training program on “Expanding Communication & Managing Challenging Behaviors in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)” held at IPNA seminar room, BSMMU from 28-29 March 2017 for parents, teachers, therapists and psychologists. The aim of the program is to develop the skill of the parents and professionals in managing children with ASD and their challenging behavious. 

Two renowned experts from India Ms. Koyeli Sengupta, Director, Autism Services, UMMEED, India and Ms Gopika Kapoor, Sr. Autism Interventionist, UMMEED, India conducted the training program. Project director of the Institute of Paediatric Neurodisorder and Autism (IPNA) inaugurated the program early in the morning on 1st day.

More than 70 participants coming from different schools and organizations in Dhaka city were participated in the training.

 

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