The Ann Sullivan Center of Peru (CASP, its Spanish acronym) is a nonprofit education organization created in Peru in 1979 to serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), such as autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome, or cerebral palsy, and their families. Since its creation, CASP has become an international model center for inclusion, education, training, and research. Educational programs, inclusion in school and work, and supported employment prepare children and adults with IDD to be independent and productive. CASP also educates their families and trains organizations and professionals from around the world. They also have an extensive media archive that includes Conference video clips, TV reports, and publications. To learn more, visit CASP’s frequently asked questions.
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