Education in North America has benefitted from great wealth and advancement in technology, while significant gains have also been made in education worldwide. Despite these facts many communities in the existing systems continue to face severe short-comings in education for children with special needs, low income families and those in rural areas.
P.H.A.S.E. 1’s mission is to support the education of these vulnerable children. Our efforts have reached inner-city and Native communities in Canada and the United States and our global efforts have been concentrated on improving the quality of primary school education in Jamaica.
P.H.A.S.E. 1 partners with experienced organizations to provide our essential support for vulnerable youth. Together we are committed to using our various strengths to meet their academic, physical and emotional needs. Our staff and partners are leaders in educational consulting, curriculum development and support for children with autism. We provide educational tools, staff training and funds to help lay a foundation for children and educators in vulnerable areas to compete with the world.
Calabar Basic School
We are asking you to invest in early childhood education because young people require strong foundational skills to ensure lifelong learning and lay a foundation for children in rural areas to compete with the world.
From the inactive to the physically gifted, P.H.A.S.E. 1 strives to help people to discover the athlete within, enjoy how their body moves and to be inspired enough to dedicate time each day to improving their physical tools. The P.H.A.S.E. 1 Training System that is used to deliver our training modules is the culmination of over 20 years of competition, coaching and athlete training experience. It is the cornerstone of our Autism physical education program.
Offer affordable and quality basic education to youth.
Physical literacy and Special Education Consultation
We support schools with practices, tools and structures that are best for kids as it relates to Physical Literacy and Special Education. — we’ve adapted our physically literacy curriculum to help all children have access to mindful and progressive activity.
Our P.H.A.S.E. 1 Certified Staff has been trained by our team of sociologist, educators, behavioural therapist, occupational therapist and psychologists. At P.H.A.S.E. 1 we focus on individuals with autism abilities not their disabilities.