Training progress


Parents, teachers, and other staff from organizations who support children with disabilities receiving training on behavior management techniques at Hands of Hope Community, 2018.
Parents, teachers, and other staff from organizations who support children with disabilities receiving training on behavior management techniques at Hands of Hope Community, 2018.

One of our current trip's goals is to gain a better understanding about what has occurred since our previous in-country disability trainings. Last summer we were hosted by Hands of Hope Community and Save the Children in Cambodia to lead multi-day trainings on a variety of topics including behavior, teaching strategies, and planning for children with intellectual disabilities to their staff, members of the Ministry of Education, parents, along with staff at other organizations. In total in the summer of 2018, we led 72 hours of training to 84 Cambodian professionals, government officials, and parents. Read more about last year's blog post and see our recap video here.


As we continue to move forward, we wanted to know, were previous trainings effective? Did previous trainees find them useful? Were they able to share the information with others, to help better understanding and develop strategies to help people with disabilities?


While we received initial positive feedback...