4th Report – March 2013
Support for 50 Multiple disabled children
By K.S.Raveendra – Project Leader
This is to express our sincere thanks for your valuable support to strengthen the services for Multiple disabled children.
Through your support the Multiple disabled children have benefited immensely.
In this project, We provide constant and continues training for the children with Multiple disabilities (Visually Impaired and visually impairment with Mentally challenged or Hearing loss) in the following areas :-
3. Braille reading and writing
4. Communication skills
5. Functional skills
6. Fine motor and Visual motor skills
7. Awareness about Environment
8. Computer Training programme
9. Horticulture Training Programme
10. Tailoring Programme.
At the end the year we have celebrated Annual Day, the children enjoyed the programme.
The children were assessed based on the age and disability and rehabilitated in the community along with the parents.
The Success Story of Mani
Mani is 19 year old, she is Blind (Low Vision) with Mentally challenged with speech problem. She came to our Institution at the age of 8 years. When she came, she could not able to walk on her own, now she is trained in respective skills and learnt House hold activities, mobility, craft and music, dance & Horticulture training. She is very happy & rehabilitated in the community with the parents.
We take this opportunity to thank in a special way to Global Giving and all the donors who have contributed generously for the benefit of the children with multiple disabilities.
With my personal regards,
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