CASP takes flight

CASP takes flight

Karen Salisbury Henry

For the third consecutive year, students at Centro Ann Sullivan del Perú (CASP) participated in a simulated flight experience courtesy of Delta Airlines. The purpose of the exercise was to prepare students for real-life airline travel. Each step of the journey was simulated, from registering at the airport and checking baggage to arrival. Two hundred students were on board when the latest simulation took to the skies on Oct. 28.

CASP also launched a social media campaign in 2015 to promote how people with different abilities can be included in the labor market and the support they need to be successful. With the help of the communication group AdPerú, CASP sponsored a Facebook series called ‘The Recommendation Post,” to generate awareness about people with different abilities.