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[21 May 2010 | Comments Off | ]
First, Give thanks to the Lord

First, Give thanks to the Lord for giving me Chad, my only son even if he is down or special. He has not given to me as a problem instead, as happiness.
Second, Still give thanks to the Lord for extending his life. When he was a child, he was predicted by his pedia doctor that his life is short maybe 5 years is enough, but AMEN! Chad now is 25 years old this coming November.
Third, Give thanks for having Together Sped Center the second home of Chad. An avenue for …

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[21 May 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Before the school year ends


Before the school year ends, we would like to express our deepest gratitude to the Together Sped Center, to the teachers and staff, to Ms. Manilyn Dujale, and most of all to the Director, Rev. Seung Yong Song, for giving our children a very unique and enjoyable way of learning. For they did not only learn how to write, count, and read but they also learned and experienced the most important lesson of all; Giving and sharing love and accepting others no matter what their differences are. …

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[21 May 2010 | No Comment | ]
About Nick Vujicic

A Remarkable Story of God’s Grace
It says in James 1:2, “Consider it pure joy, my Brothers, whenever you face trials of many kinds.”
It seemed like a tall order to “count” hurt, pain and struggle as nothing but “pure joy” when Nick birth date arrived. The parents of Nick were Christians; his Dad was even a Pastor of their church, so that verse was quite familiar to them. However, on the morning of December 4th , 1982, in Melbourne, Australia, the last two words on the minds of his parents was “Praise God!”. Their firstborn son had …

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[21 May 2010 | Comments Off | ]
17th Closing Program

Together Sped Center Foundation Celebrated the 17th Closing Program of Smart Kids Group with the theme “LOOKING FORWARD TO A BRIGHT FUTURE” last March 27, 2010, Saturday at 317-B Regino drive Sta. Maria Zamboanga City.
The program started with processional by the Smart Kids with their Respective Parents, Guest Speaker, Board of Trustee, TPSO Adviser and so with friends.
The Buddy kids rendered the invocation by interpreting the song “One More Gift” followed by the National anthem which was lead by our appointed TPSO Vice President Mrs. Paulina Evangelio. Our …

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[10 May 2010 | Comments Off | ]
A Son with Hunger Strike

By: Katrina Cua
Good morning!
I am Katrina Cua, I have a son here since year 2000.
We never noticed wrong with him until he was 2 ½ years old. He was very normal then, like any other baby, he sing , he call his father name by his nickname , watch tv , plays  and interacts with us, Parents , suddenly he retrogressed. He stop talking , he avoid eye contact and he started lining his toys. I became worried. I started questioning friends, doctors, and relatives. One day my mom gave …

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[10 May 2010 | Comments Off | ]

By: Mr. and Mrs. Jose Mojado
The birth of Ryan brought more joy into our lives. After 13 years as a married couple Ryan being our only child helped us to be fulfilled as parents.
Since birth until the age of 2, our little boy was sickly. He was even admitted twice at Brent Hospital because of Asthma. During one of our visits, a physician noticed the difference in our son’s attitude. It was disturbing when she shared her observation. Ryan elicits features of Autism.
It took time and a lot of soul …

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[9 May 2010 | Comments Off | ]
A Hope For My Angel

By: Jocelyn Ortega-Tiplani

On July 28, 1997, I gave birth to a chubby baby girl whom I’ve named JOHAIRA. Rah-Rah as the family fondly calls her, is really an angel. She doesn’t cry much and always smiles whenever a member of the family plays with her.

When Rah-Rah was four months old, I would leave her with my parents and her yaya whenever I go to work. She is usually left in her crib with her toys because my parents were quite old that they couldn’t play with her. She was only …