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Special Learning, Inc. to Expand its Services for Individuals with Special Needs with Opening of New Special Education School in the Philippines
Date:5/23/2013

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 23, 2013

Special Learning, Inc., a leading global provider of comprehensive solutions and educational resources for the autism, Down syndrome and special needs community, announced today that it is opening its first global autism treatment center and Special Education (SPED) Program in the Philippines in August. This new world-class program is the first of its kind, bringing the best of Western evidence-based practices to treat and deliver exceptional education outcomes to individuals with autism, Down syndrome, and other behavioral disabilities throughout Metro Manila and its surrounding cities.

ABA Special Learning USA, a subsidiary of Special Learning, Inc., is establishing a premiere Special Education (SPED) Program for preschool age children at Fort Bonifacio, located in the heart of Metro Manila among the country’s most renowned international schools. Founded on the principles and procedures of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the SPED program focuses on helping children with special needs to develop the necessary skills that will allow them to achieve greater academic success and improve independence with the ultimate goal of successfully integrating students back into a mainstream educational environment. The SPED Program provides specialized academic instruction and behavior intervention for children with special needs year round. The program offers open enrollment and specialized summer programming, including summer school and enrichment programs. The school caters to preschool age children and offers instruction on several different academic levels: toddler, nursery, kindergarten, and preparatory.

“Special Learning has made a huge impact on the autism and special needs community in the United States. We’re very excited to bring that same level of dedication and support to our new center in the Philippines!” said Karen Chung, founder and chief executive officer of Special Learni
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