Hope Public Charitable Trust aims at supporting 110 special kids in a full-time, residential care and protection center. The children are rescued from child welfare organizations, police stations, and streets. HOPE aims at providing full-time care and love by regularly monitoring the children's physical health and ensuring they receive special education and therapy services. HOPE also provides self-help skills and vocational training to the children to enable them to lead independent lives.
Children with special needs in India are neglected from society. They are not given the adequate contextual training they require and are instead shunned. Moreover, these special children are often abandoned by their families and lead struggling, dependent lives. Their physical health is also affected when they don't receive nutritional food and proper care.
HOPE rehabilitates the children in a full-time residential care and protection center. The children are constantly under the care of the special educators, therapists, and social workers who monitor their physical and mental progress. They're also trained on self-help skills and children above 14 years are given vocational training to enable them for independent living.
In the long run, children with special needs who are given the care, support, and training they require to successfully lead fulfilling lives of their own are able to rejoin society. Special children who have begun their training early have a possibility of joining mainstream schools through inclusive education. Older children will be able to stand on their own through their skill development.