The Center for Inclusive and Vocational Education (CIVE) provides all round special educational and therapeutic inputs to the children availing this service. The center is run on the lines of a school and Individualized Educational Programmes (IEP) are drawn up for each child which is periodically evaluated. The role of parents is given much emphasis as they are closely involved throughout the training program.
People with disability experience extreme challenges with communication and mobility. Most also suffer from further physical and medical conditions. People with disability face negligence, discrimination and are denied basic human rights such as education and medical care, amongst other needs that are taken for granted.
We will help children with disabilities to communicate better, and teach vital skills needed for daily life. They will also receive education and home based services which are hard to find in rural areas. We will train government school teachers to work with children with disabilities and provide training and counselling for parents to work with their children at home. The children will also be given appropriate assistive devices.
We will educate 150 children with disabilities. As a result children and their parents will get the opportunity to pursue their dreams and aspirations . Eventually these children will be contributing members of the society instead of remaining as burdens to their parents and community at large. Such positive awareness will be contagious in the community which will motivate more parents to come forward and educate their children.