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Jan 28, 2016

Rural Area Development Trust - Report 4

Rural Area Development Trust run by

Manjari Special School for Mentally challenged children Theni District of Tamilnadu

 Background of the programme

This Day Care Centre was started in the year 2005 at Uthamapalayam, Theni District. This centre provides therapeutic support to children who are physically and mentally challenged. This day care centre consists of 29 children. Physiotherapy and special education are regularly given to the children. Physiotherapists help children with disabilities to develop their functional ability and life style changes.  Our Service is in the form of exercise, education, consultation, or the recommendation of adaptive devices.

  1. Special Education (Pre – Primary, Primary and Secondary)

 That every day each 45 minutes writing, reading identification of colours, shapes objects etc.,

                                    

 2. Physiotherapy

 

Every day therapist giving therapy to the needed children’s depends on the physical ability minimum 30 minutes to 45 minutes. It is very good improvement for all the needed  children’s their improvement is tremendous.            

Children getting peanut ball exercise in the physical therapy session

 3. Social inclusion

The Children every day spend an hour for physical activity and general, social activity. Every weekend Saturday, all the children staffs with parents playing outdoor and indoor games. Mostly the children expecting each and every Saturday for spend more time to integrate with one and each.

  


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Oct 30, 2015

Report 3

This Day Care Centre was started in the year 2005 at Uthamapalayam, Theni District. This centre provides therapeutic support to children who are physically and mentally challenged. This day care centre consists of 29 children. Physiotherapy and special education are regularly given to the children. Physiotherapists help children with disabilities to develop their functional  ability and life style changes.  Our Service is in the form of exercise, education, consultation, or the recommendation of adaptive devices.

 

1. Special Education (Pre – Primary, Primary and Secondary)

 

Money, time, season, and color concepts,  ADL skill, life surviving ability training.

 

2. Physiotherapy

 

Improve Muscle tone flexibility and strength, Balance and coordination, Mobility-gait training movement within the school and community (walking, use of wheelchair and walking aids).

                                      

3. Social inclusion

 

Children’s are integrated in their peer group through the way of indoor and outdoor play activity.This is for their psychological well being & social inclusion


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Aug 3, 2015

Manjari Special School Report II, Tamil Nadu India

The Manjari Day Care Centre was started in the year 2005 at Uthamapalayam, 25 kms south of the main centre. This centre provides therapeutic support to children who are physically and mentally challenged. Manjari centre consists of 43 children. Physiotherapy and special education are regularly given to the children. Food, therapy and transportation are provided free of cost to the children and their parents. The centre caters to both male and female children.

 The project area is a very remote, hilly bedded area. All the people mainly do agriculture oriented activity. Every civilian goes for daily wage work in nearby gardens or to Kerala (25 kms from the project site. Elderly people stay in their home and maintain domestic animals like cow, goats and hens. With the increase in the literacy rate, normal children go to the government schools every day for their education. Differently-abled children stay only in their homes. The food habits of these people include rice or grains on a regular basis, vegetables at times and meat once in four months. They utilize government benefits from the ration shop.


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