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Overview

Khushboo Welfare Society is a voluntary Non-Government Organization, engaged since 1995 in providing multifarious services for development, education and rehabilitation of children, adolescents and young adults with mental and multiple disabilities. The organization has set up “Blessings” – a Special School for children with challenges. This school provides an all inclusive special education programme for these children.

How It Works

• Individualized Educational Programs (IEPs), based on assessment of learning potential and progress reviews, shape the course of educational instruction for each child.
• The school also offers a parallel educational curriculum for those suitable for qualifying in the ‘Open School’ system.
• Instructional activities centre on the use of creative channels and play-way techniques to explore and enjoy the process of learning.
• The emphasis is on development of and support to their ‘Abilities’ rather than their ‘Disabilities’ coming in the way of their growth.

Statistics

• 6-12 years – Age-group of the students in the school

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Salaries (Teaching Staff alone) 2680.00
Programme Expenses 350.00
Admin Expenses 360.00
Utility & Communication 210.00
Unit Price 3600
Quantity
Total 3600
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Education for a Challenged Child
Sumit Gupta is a boy with multiple disabilities. All his developmental milestones were delayed. Since his lower limbs were underdeveloped, he was unable to move from one place to another without help. His parents had not encouraged academic pursuits for him because of his disabilities.
Sumit was admitted in our Special Education program (Pre Vocational) and was also placed on extensive physiotherapy. With tremendous efforts of the multi-disciplinary team of Special Educators and Therapists, his academic abilities in reading and writing and in arithmetic developed remarkably, to qualify for special coaching program for Grade-V level National Open Schooling Examination.
He cleared Grade 5 National Examination in 2008. With improvement in his physical abilities he can now independently move around with a rollator. His skills in speech and performing arts won him laurels in cultural events. Being 18 now he has moved to Vocational Unit in April-10. He has been encouraged to run a small sale counter at our Centre, as a prelude to join the retail business of his father.

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