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 How SAP is changing parents' perception
about learning difficulties

Many parents become desperate when their children cannot learn like their peers. Some parents resort to various approaches, including sending their children to prayer camps for 'healing' and learning solutions.

To erase the negative perception and help parents understand and recognise learning difficulties to help their children at home, SAP has stepped up its information sharing on learning difficulties.


Through our face-to-face interactions with parents and caregivers during PTA, religious group meetings, SAP is changing parents' perception about learning difficulties.

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Teachers of Hips Charity School learn about learning difficulties and inclusive education

Fifteen teachers of the Hips Charity School at Weija have received training on learning difficulties and inclusive education from SAP.

After the training, the teachers expressed how they will use the new knowledge acquired:

Praise Elorm Hamenu: "I will take into consideration the various learning styles in the children I teach and apply more of the phonics to enhance reading."

Joyce Agbenya: “I hope to change in the area of giving more time to those with learning difficulties in my class to finish their task.”

 Baffoe Dorothy:“I have to study my children well and know their educational needs. Also I will put in all effort to get all the children involved.”

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SAP sensitises heads of Private Schools
(GNAPS Zone 7)

SAP recognises that strong partnership with educators and schools is germane to helping children with learning difficulties to learn and promote inclusive education.
As part of this commitment, SAP met the Ghana National Association of Private Schools (GNAPS), Greater Accra Zone 7 at Sakaman to sensitise members on learning difficulties and inclusive education.
The face-to-face information sharing session which benefited about 35 heads of private schools was also aimed at forging effective partnership with schools authorities to help improve leaner outcomes of children with learning difficulties.

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