The project gives an opportunity to buy specialized educational materials and expendables in order to create educational environment tailored to 130 special needs orphans.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
This year 130 kids will be going to school into aSpecial Childa classes specially designed for them. The only way of learning for these children is practically oriented approach to each one.The developmental disorders of the kids we work with do not allow them understand the things reading books. Moreover, for the majority of them the most actual development is sensory development and the formation of practical skills which are needed for future work and home activities.
How will this project solve this problem?
On the funds raised with the help of the project we will buy materials essential for children to learn and train the skills which will bring them closer to a possibility of independent life.The children will learn to tie shoelaces, use buttons and zippers, use household objects,differentiate colors and shapes and so on. Besides, working with this materials help to develop concentration,holding attention,coordination of movements, teaches to distinguish and compare objects, develops memory.
Potential Long Term Impact
The main goal of our project is a maximum development of every kidas potential and his or her abilities. Due to permanent trainings and lessons the children develop the most needed skills and learn basics. Children learn how to eat, get dressed, play, use household objects and fulfill their creative potential. All of these gives a child a chance to live outside specialized closed institutions as it usually happens in Russia.
Total Funding Received to Date: $174
This project is now in implementation and no longer available for funding. Received funds will be used to accomplish concrete objectives as indicated in the project's "Activities" section. Updates will be posted under the "Project Report" tab as they become available.
Donors' contributions and pledges to this project totaled $174 . The original project funding goal was $4,000.