Children  India Project #12410

Educate 200children with disabilities in Bangalore

by The Association of People with Disability Vetted since 2012 Top Ranked Site Visit Verified
Educate 200children with disabilities in Bangalore
Educate 200children with disabilities in Bangalore
Educate 200children with disabilities in Bangalore
Educate 200children with disabilities in Bangalore
Educate 200children with disabilities in Bangalore
Educate 200children with disabilities in Bangalore
Educate 200children with disabilities in Bangalore
Educate 200children with disabilities in Bangalore
Educate 200children with disabilities in Bangalore

Summary details: Sincere thanks to Global Give India for supporting APD’s Shradhanjali Integrated School. One of the major purposes of SIS is to promote Inclusive Education and this model is much needed to sensitize the mainstream schools to accept the Inclusive Education system convincingly. Through your long term support, we have been able to achieve the desired results and give education to children with disabilities in the school. In the academic year 2018-19 we have a total of 176 students in the school, We are working towards improving the quality of education by continually enhancing the skills of our teachers and Innovative teaching practices, planning for digital teaching and for computer lab, incorporating alternative communication & teaching for children with CP, as per the measurable indicator 90% of the learning progress is achieved in last year. For Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) we follow methods like Formative assessment (FA) and Summative assessment (SA) to assess the student’s level of learning. Overall 120 children have been rehabilitated like speech therapy, sign language, physiotherapy, and occupational therapy. SIS is resource canter shares knowledge and skills among model school teachers and the partner staff. We have planned to start Special remedial sessions from June 2019, to enable the severely disabled children. They will receive extra support in special classrooms. They will be supported by special educators and extensive therapy will be provided. Enrollrolement to National Institute of the open system (NIOS) is in progress and 35-40 students will be taking up exams through NIOS. 2. Key Actions and Outcomes of the Program: 2018-19 Sl. No Activity Key Actions / Target for 2018-19 (Project Commitments) Outcomes & Details 1 Tata Edge Training. Tata Edge Training was conducted by Mr. Jawed. Training on enhancing the software skills of teachers. 2 Unnati national exam Prize distribution Social Science Unnati national social science exam was conducted and 31 children participated. One of our students got First place at the Block level in social science. 15 children have got first class. This competition helped to improve their curricular activities & self-confidence. 3 APD Team Outing Team outing from different Departments was visited Wonder-la It was a great exposure to facilitate bonding with employees across APD. 4 Women's day Celebrated Women's day at APD women’s participated in competitions like Hairstyling, Photography and many more fun activities and men also participated. Staffs performed Dance, Skit, and other activities. Mrs. Anita Bhatt gave an inspirational speech on Women’s Day. It was a great experience with all staff sharing the stage & enjoyed.   5 Summative Assessment-II Children attended Summative Assessment-II NetApp volunteers Visited the school and supported our special children in their exams. Evaluating children’s skills and improving in their exams played a major role in providing necessary qualities such as hard work, patience, creativity and leadership. NetApp Volunteers supported the children in writing the exam and conducted other activities to engage the children who did not have an exam. 6 ANZ volunteer visited. Volunteers from ANZ visited and organized activities like Games to the children and enrolled with children by playing in-door and out-door games. Children were an enthusiast in participating in the games with NetApp volunteers & played in-door & out-door games, it helped them to acquire social skills, positive attitude, and personal development. 7 7th std farewell 6th std classmates gave them a farewell party by performing a dance, song, game, etc. and also teachers share their experience. To give the lasting impression of the school and to thank them for being with us and sharing their talents in every event organized by us and for their effective participation. 8 Radio Active Storytelling. children visited Radio station where Ms. Aruna and Ms. Pallavi narrated a story about an Elephant and conducted a few fun activities for the children. Storytelling was very effective for children and helped them to relate to one another and was helpful in the development of children. 9 Wheelchair Tennis Children’s were selected to play Wheelchair Tennis between 8-15 years old. 19 children participated in Wheelchair Tennis out of which 5 were selected for Tennis coaching in the month of May 2019. 10 Prathiba Day “Talents Day” to receive the prizes for the competition held for the academic 2018-19. Recognized the children's talent and reward them in performing well in their extracurricular and academics. 11 Parents – teachers meeting Parents attended the meeting to collect their report cards and progress. 98% of the parents attended the meeting. Parents were happy to see the progress of their children in all the fields of education and extracurricular activities.

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Greetings from The Association of People with Disability (APD)!

Sincere thanks to Global Giving for supporting APD’s 200 children with disability of Shradhanjali Integrated School. One of the major purposes of SIS is to promote Inclusive Education and this model is much needed to sensitize the mainstream schools to accept the Inclusive Education system convincingly. Through your long term support, we have been able to achieve the desired results and give education to children with disabilities in the school. 
We are working towards improving the quality of education by continually enhancing the skills of our teachers and Innovative teaching practices, planning for digital teaching and for computer lab, incorporating alternative communication & teaching for children with CP, as per the measurable indicator 90% of the learning progress is achieved in last year. For Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) we follow methods like Formative assessment (FA) and Summative assessment (SA) to assess the student’s level of learning. Overall 120 children have been rehabilitated like speech therapy, sign language, physiotherapy, and occupational therapy.  SIS is resource canter shares knowledge and skills among model school teachers and the partner staff.

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Dear Donors, Friends and Well-wishers of The Association of People with  Disability (APD).

Greetings from The Association of People with Disability (APD)!

Thanks to the donations of caring people like you, we are making steady progress in our mission to build an equal and just world for people with disability (PwD).


The Association for People with Disability (APD) is a non-profit organisation based in Bangalore. APD runs the Shradhanjali Integrated School (SIS) since 1973  - that takes in young children with disabilities and transforms their lives.  SIS gives wings to their dreams . SIS has transformed lives of many children &  they have gone on to become successful doctors, IT professionals, engineers and most importantly - Confident and Independent citizens.

We are glad to submit to you the quarterly report of our Education Program for  Children with Disability. Please find below few activities of SIS for the month of  June, July and Aug 2018.

 


Shradhanjali Integrated School

June 2018

 


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APD got Best NGO Award
APD got Best NGO Award

Dear Well Wishers of APD

 

Greetings from the Association of People with Disability .

 

The Association of People with Disability (APD) has been awarded Best NGO - 2018 by the Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FKCCI).

 

This award is a recognition of your invaluable support for the cause of disability. Every action we take, every idea we deliver on, is fueled by you, our generous donor. On behalf of APD and all its service recipients, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

 

As we commit to building a more inclusive world for people with disability,

 

We look forward to your continued support and encouragement.

 

Best Regards

APD got Best NGO Award
APD got Best NGO Award
Student relaxing after exam
Student relaxing after exam

Dear Donors, Friends and Well-wishers of The Association of People with  Disability (APD).

Greetings from The Association of People with Disability (APD)!

Thanks to the donations of caring people like you, we are making steady progress in our mission to build an equal and just world for people with disability (PwD).

Last year, we could better the lives of 14,000+ people with disability and reach out to 39,000 stakeholders. The Early Intervention (EI) and Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Rehabilitation were particularly effective. Nearly 52% of children with disability got enrolled in regular schools and Anganwadis while 1200 SCI-affected PwDs were rehabilitated, including the first batch of 10 women. Furthermore, the EI program was rolled out in 5 districts of North Karnataka. And 5 model schools were opened within existing schools to enable inclusive education.

The Association for People with Disability (APD) is a non-profit organisation based in Bangalore. APD runs the Shradhanjali Integrated School (SIS) since 1973  - that takes in young children with disabilities and transforms their lives.  SIS gives wings to their dreams . SIS has transformed lives of many children &  they have gone on to become successful doctors, IT professionals, engineers and most importantly - Confident and Independent citizens.

We are glad to submit to you the quarterly report of our Education Program for  Children with Disability. Please find below few activities of SIS for the month of  January, February and March ,2018.

International Day of Disabled Persons Celebrations:

The annual observance of the International Day of Disabled Persons was celebrated with great enthusiasm with a theme of “Transformation towards sustainable and resilient society for all”

The 2030 Agenda society for all, including in the context of disaster risk reduction and humanitarian action, and urban pledges to “leave no one behind”. Persons with disabilities, as both beneficiaries and agents of change, can fast track the process towards inclusive and sustainable development and promote resilient development. Governments, persons with disabilities and their representative organisations, academic institutions and the private sector need to work as a “team” to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) . 200 students, staffs and parents took part in this event. It was conducted at freedom park. Students enjoyed singing, dancing and playing games also .

Talent Exam and Quiz competition:

Talent Unnati Exam (English and EVS) was conducted from I to VII Std, around 33 Students wrote Eng Talent Exam and 22 Students wrote Social Talent Exam,. Students were very much interested to write the exam on 15th and 16th of December . Group wise Quiz competition was conducted and students also took part actively and learnt more things on 30th December.

Indian Festivals :

  1. Secret Santa :  APD organised an  event for 300 children with disability and their parents Christmas tree celebration. It was conducted by IVAN EX MLA KPCC and Frank and our students took part in singing songs and dance. All the children dressed well and participated in the events . Chocklates , cakes and gifts were distributed by volunteers dressed as Santa. It was a Fun filled  day for children as they performed dance, drama and play related to Christmas.
  2. Makarashankranthi (Pongal) was celebrated on 13th January by our children they enjoyed with sugar cane, sweet pongal and sugarcane juice. Maha Shivaratri is a festival also known as Great Night of Shiva and Shivaratri celebrating the Lord Shiva god.

General awareness for children       :

Awareness was given to children about the shops, supermarkets and mall. Visited Orion Mall and fire station, demo was shown to children how to put off the fire by fireman. Children enjoyed eating snacks in the mall.

 Annual Day Celebrations on 24th January.

Annual Day forms an integral part of our school activities.  It is an occasion of celebration, felicitation, feast and festivity when students present not only their wonderful performances but also receive honours for their curricular and co-curricular achievements.

The Annual Day 2018 was woven around the theme Folk and culture of Our state Karnataka’ . Students took part very actively in all the activates, skit, dance and the great proud is , for the first time in annual day programme anchoring was done by our own students itself. It was our 45th Annual day. The chief guest gave away prizes to all the winners.

Republic Day celebrated with enthusiasm

Republic Day was celebrated by the staff and students of APD. School Principal welcomed the chief guest, invitees and parents . APD CEO Ms Christy hoisted the national flag and spoke to the gathering about the sanctity of the occasion . She said on the occasion that students should be brave and face all the challenges with courage. She asked all the students to be responsible so that they can perform their role as good citizens.

School principal threw light on various tasks to be undertaken by the present students who are the future citizens of the country. Cultural activities were held and the gathering was treated with some spectacular musical feats. March past and speech was done by our children and we ended up with National Anthem and distributed sweets.

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Our sincere thanks to all our donors for their kind donations and love.  We shall submit to you more news in the next report.

 
Best Regards,

Sha Nigar.

Sr. Manager, APD

9972450655

Child painting a natural scenary
Child painting a natural scenary
Mobility aids and wheelchair distribution
Mobility aids and wheelchair distribution
 

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The Association of People with Disability

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka - India
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sha nigar
Bangalore, Karnataka India
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