Takhmao Special Education High School (TSESH) stands as a beacon of hope for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and intellectual disabilities, providing them with access to quality education in a nurturing and supportive environment.

Cambodia’s education landscape, while making strides towards inclusivity, still faces challenges in catering to the specific needs of students with disabilities. TSEHS plays a vital role in bridging this gap. It is the sole state-run high school dedicated to ASD and intellectual disabilities education in the country, serving over 200 students from kindergarten to grade 12.

Specialized Curriculum and Approach:

TSEHS employs a tailored curriculum that caters to the individual learning styles and abilities of each student. This includes:

  • Communication and language development: Speech therapy, sign language, and alternative communication methods are used to help students express themselves effectively.
  • Social and emotional learning: Programs focus on building self-awareness, self-regulation, and social skills to foster positive relationships and emotional well-being.
  • Vocational training: Practical skills development in areas like agriculture, handicrafts, and computer literacy equips students for future employment opportunities.
  • Life skills training: Daily living skills training empowers students with greater independence and autonomy.

Dedicated Educators and Staff:

The school boasts a team of highly qualified and trained teachers who possess specialized knowledge in special education methods and ASD interventions. They work closely with therapists, counselors, and other support staff to create a holistic learning environment that caters to the diverse needs of their students.

Challenges and Future Aspirations:

Despite its significant contributions, TSEHS faces challenges like:

  • Limited infrastructure and resources: The school requires additional facilities and specialized equipment to cater to the growing student population and evolving needs.
  • Teacher training and development: Ongoing professional development programs are crucial to ensure educators stay abreast of the latest advancements in special education.
  • Community awareness and acceptance: Raising awareness about ASD and intellectual disabilities among the broader community is essential for fostering inclusivity and reducing stigma.

TSEHS remains steadfast in its pursuit of providing transformative education for its students. The school aims to:

  • Expand its facilities and resources to accommodate a larger student body.
  • Enhance teacher training and professional development programs.
  • Foster partnerships with local communities and NGOs to promote inclusivity and acceptance.

Takhmao Special Education High School stands as a testament to Cambodia’s commitment to inclusive education. By providing specialized education, nurturing a supportive environment, and advocating for acceptance, TSEHS empowers students with disabilities to reach their full potential and become valued members of their communities.

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If you are concerned about your child’s development, Contact OrbRom Center for Assessments: Phone/Telegram: 077.455.993

If you are concerned about your child’s development, Contact OrbRom Center for Assessments.

Phone/Telegram: 077.455.993