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The Center Ann Sullivan del Peru (CASP) is a non-profit non governmental educational organization
created to serve the community of people with different abilities (such as autism,
Down syndrome, cerebral palsy or developmental delay) and their families.
Since its founding in 1979 by Liliana Mayo, Ph.D., CASP has provided a comprehensive educational
system which includes programs that span the life of their students and has grown to become an
international model center of inclusion, education, training and research.
At CASP we believe that educational programs should follow the student from birth to adulthood, so they can be independent, productive, happy and included in their families, schools, communities and work, and that for a student to be successful, the family must be a partner in their education.
At CASP we believe in multiplicative education: that what we learn we have to share with anyone who is interested in making a difference in the lives of people with different abilities.Our programs are aimed at professionals in the field of special education, members of organizations that provide services to people with different abilities, and university students.
Recognitions and special invitations from the World Health Organization, the United Nations and presented in more than 22 countries.
Since, 1979 CASP has believed in the Power of 2, that when you combine the expertise of dedicated professionals with the love and hope that parents have for their children, amazing and very powerful things happen. Children with different abilities become independent, productive and happy. Together, we make the impossible, possible.Donate
"I only know that if I place my full confidence in CASP, teachers and families work together as a team and give our children with developmental disabilities opportunities, they will succeed and reach their goal of being independent, productive and happy."
- Irma Sandoval, Mom of Wendy y Jehosua Nole
"We as a family have a lot to learn, and the power of two (families and specialists working together) is of vital importance to our children with different abilities’ progress. Only then can they become independent people."
- Helen Chaves, Dylan Romero's mom