Gift a differently abled child with special education by Khushboo Welfare Society

Gift a differently abled child with special education

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This program is fully funded because of donors like you.


Every monthly donation helps children like Sumit get special education

When Sumit joined Khushboo, all his developmental milestones were delayed. His lower limbs were also underdeveloped, leaving him unable to move. Sumit was admitted to Khushboo's Special Education program (Pre Vocational) as well as extensive physiotherapy.

With the efforts of the Special Educators, his academic abilities in reading, writing, and arithmetic developed remarkably, and he qualified for special coaching for the Class-V level National Open Schooling Examination. His physical abilities improved considerably. He learned to walk independently with a rollator

He slowly turned into a confident and happy student. After turning 18, he joined the Vocational Unit and even started a small sales counter at the Centre. Thanks to Khusbhoo Welfare Society and its donors, Sumit is now on the path to greater independence.

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About The Program

What the beneficiary gets
Special Education
What you get
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Program Description

Until Khushboo's inception 21 years ago, the city of Gurgaon did not have a dedicated center for education and care for children with disabilities. Since Khushboo started its journey it has developed into a landmark institution for a range of special needs services for the differently abled.

About 10 children in the age group of 3 to 6 years attend their pre-school where they are trained on activities of daily living (ADLs), while 45-50 special needs children in the age group of 6-18 years attend the Special Needs Education Program.The school follows Individualized Educational Programs (IEPs), which are based on assessments and progress reviews, and shape an individual course of educational instruction for each child. Students who qualify for the Open School system are also given parallel academic training.

Donations made to this program support the cost of teachers' salaries, utility and communication, program and administrative expenses.

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About The NGO

Khushboo Welfare Society
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Khushboo Welfare Society

Khushboo Welfare Society is a non-profit organization that was established in Gurgaon to provide holistic care and multifarious services to people with mental and multiple disabilities. Their vision to have a society where the physically and mentally challenged lead a life of care, dignity and respect placed a roadmap of directing efforts to help the physically and mentally challenged become self-reliant, realize their full potential and enhance their capabilities to the maximum extent.

Their specially designed programs namely Sparsh, Pre School, Blessings, Samvedan, Samarth, and CBR provide a range of assistance to the differently abled including therapeutic interventions for speech, physical, occupational and multi-sensory integration, attending to early development issues and imparting vocational training in activities which may lead to employability.

With a total staff of 43 providing support to 89 persons with disability, the organization adopts a multi-sector and multi-dimensional approach with joint participation from the village community and family members. Their sole focus remains on holistic development and education of differently abled people through a gamut of trainings in activities of daily living (ADLs).

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Founded in 1991
NGO Leadership

Rakesh Jinsi

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Area of Operation
Area of Operation

Rehabilitation | differently abled

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Location of Work
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Khushboo Welfare Society has

providing quality education and treatment to 112 disabled children and adults

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Last Audited
Periodic Compliance Checks by GiveIndia

Renewals FY 19-20

Program Updates

Program Updates

30 September, 2021

Help special children to become more self-reliant.


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Activities and work undertaken in the last 5-6 months

  1. Lohri Celebration: Lohri was celebrated in the centre by doing traditional pooja and bonfire.2) Staff Training: Staff training was conducted on “Assessment and Sports Skill Evaluation” by Sports Instructor.3) Republic Day Celebration: National flag was hoisted at the centre on the occasion of Republic Day. Children with their parents participated in the celebration online.4) Sports and Play activities: Sports Instructor conducted training on the assessment of children and started doing sports activities with children. He is visiting fortnightly to guide the Educators.5) Workshop on Adolescence: A workshop was held at the centre on Adolescence (IAHW).6) Workshop on wheelchair handling & Transfer techniques: Our Occupational therapists, Mr Abhimanyu Verma and Mr Ranjeet Mishra organized a workshop on wheelchair handling and transfer techniques for the staff. 7) Medical Camp: A medical camp was organized at the centre in which 8 children with neurological conditions were attended by Pediatric Neurologist.8) SPLASH Event: Our 6 children participated in “SPLASH”, a non-competitive painting event for children with disabilities organized by Concern India Foundation. 9) Meeting with National Trust: All issues related to disabilities covered under the National Trust were discussed in the meeting.

Challenges faced and next steps

We thankfully did not face any challenges due to Covid19. We have trained professionals to work with children with disabilities and all of them were able to navigate through any tough time or situation.

Stories from the ground

Impact story from the ground:Rahul Kumar Muni, 15yrs/male, joined Khushboo on 18th Dec 2013.His initial diagnosis was Autism Spectrum Disorder. He has a low attention span, no eye contact with people. He has problems with personal skills as well as in Behavior. He cannot sit for long on an activity. He is dependent on his parents for all the day to day activities. He has sensory issues like Tactile defensiveness, difficulty with loud noises, unusual touching, touch processing, auditory processing, proprioceptive issues and modulation related to these areas.Now Rahul has improved in his social skills and he can follow instructions. He replies to the Namaste by bowing his head and joining his hands. He has improved his personal skills too and now he can wash his face and hands by himself. He has started combing his hair independently and he can do all his toilet-related activities by himself. He helps his mother in dusting the table and chair. He is now able to take his meals independently. In this pandemic, Rahul had lost his father due to covid. Rahul has a younger sister of 6 years of age. His mother is a housewife.

23 March, 2021

Support to children and families during COVID19


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Activities\Events\Celebrations from April-Dec 2020

During the lockdown period we are trying to boost the imagination and creativity of all the children of Khushboo. Our children are receiving one-on-one or group intervention through the online programs.
Our team members are putting their energy into setting up running our services virtually: Life Skill Training, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Speech & Language Therapy. We were connected with the parents and children through WhatsApp from April to June.
We had started to take online sessions from July 2020.

Awareness & Precautions of Covid-19
A meeting was arranged by the Director-Programs regarding the awareness & precautions to be taken to control the spread of COVID 19.

Meeting with Staff
Regular meetings were arranged by the Director-Programs in which Educators and Therapists were asked to prepare their teaching & training plans for online sessions on zoom.

Training on Zoom sessions:
Staff training was organized on online sessions. A trial zoom session was held for the staff to make them understand various controls in zoom application.

Staff Training
Staff trainings were organized during the period:

  •    Storytelling: How to engage children with disabilities

  •    Learning Process

  •    Motor activity training program

  •    Online staff training was arranged on Guidance & counseling. Dr. Mousumi Bhaumik, Ph. D. (Special Education) was the resource person.

Feedback online session with the parents:
Feedback and suggestions were taken from the parents regarding online sessions taken by the Educators and the Therapists. We are modifying the sessions according to the feedback and suggestions from the parents.

Legal Guardianship issued to Four Applicants:
Now we are the NGO member of the Local Level Committee (National Trust) for the District Gurgaon. We have the responsibility to make home visits to verify the documents of the applicants. Khushboo has started this activity and has already helped 4 eligible applicants to get the Legal Guardianship Certificate.

Independence Day was celebrated in the Centre. National flag was hoisted by the President (Khushboo) in the presence of all the employees. All the safety measures were taken care at the time of flag hoisting. Children with their parents participated in the celebration online.

Medical Consultation for Orthopaedic and Neurological Conditions:
Medical consultation was organised on Zoom. 5 children with their parents were attended by Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Sanjay Sarup.

A Medical consultation was organised on Zoom. 5 children with their parents were attended by Paediatric Neurologist Dr. Pooja G. Kapoor.

November 20th 2020: Khushboo Silver Jubilee Celebration
An online Event was organized to celebrate the Silver Jubilee Year of Khushboo. A Panel discussion was arranged on the topic “The Challenges faced by persons with disability and their families”.
Moderator and panelists were from Corporate and Government. Parents and donors were the participants.

5 July, 2020

Celebration of World Disability day


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Celebration of World Disability day

Khushboo celebrates International Disability Week
A week long sensitization and awareness program in different schools of Gurgaon was organized followed by painting competition by the children. An inter-school Painting Competition had also being organized.

Khushboo and Fidelity team joined hands for the Plogging Event, through which they contributed towards raising awareness about the Swachta Abhiyaan in Gurgaon area. A Small cultural program was organized by Khushboo children. The performance was enjoyed by one and all.

22 July, 2019


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Program Update

We celebrated festivals like Republic Day and Holi. In the month of March we celebrated 23rd Annual Day of Khushboo. Children presented various cultural programs. 2 Medical camps were also organized in this quarter. Our children also participated in Athlete leadership training camp organized by Special Olympics Bharat. They also participated in Art workshop “A Canvas of Expression”. 20 of our children participated in painting and Drawing competition organized by Concern India Foundation. For the next quarter, new goals will be set for the beneficiaries and also a workshop will be planned for the parents to understand their children.

Story from the field

Prateek, joined Khushboo in March 2018, when he was 5 years old. At time of admission, he had no neck control, his movements were uncoordinated and reaching objects around him was impossible. There was lot of tightness in both upper and lower limbs .His back muscles were also very weak and consequently he was not able to even sit independently. His speech was not clear with complaint of drooling. He had not achieved developmental milestones and was dependent on his parents for his daily needs.
Our team of special educators and therapists developed goal-oriented therapeutic activities after examining him.  Also training was given to his parents, so that they could work with him at home. After therapeutic intervention now he is able to control his neck, his strength in back has increased and tightness in upper limbs is reduced. He is also able to roll himself from supine to prone position and vice versa. His speech is much clear and understandable. He is the most interactive child of his class.

What is the expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19?116
What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date116
Village/City/State where project is locatedGurugram, Haryana
Total Budget for the project for FY18-1913615000
Total Expenses for the project YTD13010817

28 February, 2018

KWS students win accolades in sports and arts


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Khushboo student Priyanka Hasija won 2 gold medals in National Championship of Powerlifting.

The Annual Art competition-VSA has the participation of 7 children from KWS. Kunal Chauhan and Priyanka Hasija won the 2nd prize in 23rd Annual Art Competition in March 2017, organized by Very Special Art India.

The Day breaker Half Marathon saw the participation of three Khushboo students and the Unified Football Games-SOB has two children participating.

The Day breaker Half Marathon saw the participation of three Khushboo students and the Unified Football Games-SOB has two children participating.

Raksha Bandhan, Janmashtami, Independence Day, Dusshera, Diwali, Children’s Day and Christmas were all celebrated, where children performed cultural programs.

Khushboo Carnival had fun events like a puppet show, magic show and tattoo painting which the children enjoyed.