CONSTRUCTION OF ONE CLASS ROOM & TOILET
Training centers are struggling to provide the care needed, with limited resources and limited skilled staff. They are mostly reaching the children that can afford to travel. In the government schemes there is no provision for long term or follow-up treatment. Overall, one can say that the children are not challenged to use their abilities or to develop them. The focus is mostly on physical needs and adjustment, which are not enough to give a child a better chance in the society. They will also need education and skills training.
Parents of disabled children are often insecure about asking for help. They don’t always have adequate knowledge about different disabilities.
Also, parents feel ashamed about having a disabled child due to misbelieves and fear. Family and neighbors are likely to encourage that feeling of guilt and a lot of mothers are left alone to care for their child. In India, it is almost impossible for a woman to be independent. When a husband leaves them, they will be depending on the help of their family and charity. Because of the feeling of guilt attached, it is not likely they will raise their voice to stand up for the rights of their child.
We would like to bring different disciplines under one roof. The primary focus will be on special education with additional support, such as physiotherapy and vocational training. All the disciplines will be working together for the same goal. Each child will have a specific treatment plan with individual goals that the whole team will be work towards. A program of skills training will be available for children over 14 followed by vocational and job placement for those over 16.
We need an additional class room & toilet for our Early intervention kids for sensory integration and creative activities training.
Construction of child friendly, barrier free classroom in 544 sqft area in our new building for effective learning and teaching outcomes.
- Conducive learning environment where all special children may have actively participating in the learning process.
- Interactive playful learning.
- Long term follow up of benefits.
- Individual education programs.
- Attention towards special education and rehabilitation of mentally challenged children.
- Employing integrated holistic therapy and teaching methods.
- Appropriate use of assisted and augmented devices.
- Increase parental awareness about child's abilities.
- Active participation of parents in home care management for behavior problems.
(TOTAL NO OF BENEFICIARIES = 40 TO 50 CHILDREN WITH AUTISM AND MENTAL DISABILITY AND THIER PARENTS).
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