Hope for Special Education’s mission is to promote an awareness campaign as we support the Special Education Division in understanding students as individual learners with unique needs and learning styles. With an understanding and sensitivity for special needs students, we will mentor and train educators, therapists, psychologists, and family members to obtain the necessary skills to maximize students’ chosen paths to the maximum extent possible.
Evidence-Based Practices (EBP)
This training is designed and delivered by professionals and practitioners from Teach and Serve for Africa – Ethiopian Diaspora Initiative (TASFA-EDSI) , Hope for Special Education, Inc., Debela Educational Consultancy (DEC), Reaching Families Advocacy and Support Group (RFASG), and Digital Africa.
( October 11- December 12, 2020)
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For better diagnosis as well as to promote collaborative practices across all settings, we will provide training to Psychologists, Service providers, Family members, Caregivers and more.
It is our goal to open diverse and inclusive schools serving both special education and general education population in countries with minimal access to such educational environment.
Hope For Special Education will facilitate program development and curriculum building for every grade level pre-school (0) to university and beyond.
We provide facilitation in a culturally relevant classroom setup for every grade level.
Founder and CEO
Mrs Aida Amare is the Founder and CEO of Hope for Special Education, Inc. She received her B.S.
Director of Education
Ms. Floyd is the Director of Education for Hope for Special Education. She has a B.A. in Psychology and a M.Ed. Degree in Education.
Luis Jimenez has over twenty years of digital marketing and product management experience.