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Sponsor Speech Therapy for an autistic child for 3 months

Speech Therapy includes physical exercises to strengthen the muscles used in speech (oral-motor work), speech drills to improve clarity or sound production practice to improve articulation. The therapy will be provided four days a week, with each session being 40 minutes.

Sponsor Educational Kit for 1 child with special needs

Educational Kits help teach different concepts to students with special needs. Includes brain games like beads of different shapes and sizes, puzzles, blocks, building blocks, wooden shapes trays etc.

Adopt 1 autistic/intellectually challenged child for 1 month

For a month, sponsor a special need child’s full therapy at Ek Koshish Special School. The cost includes speech therapy, special education, vocational training with materials, occupational therapy, lunch and stationery.

Sponsor Vocational training for 3 months to children with special needs

Vocational training includes classes in candle making, paper carry bags, notepads, and folders for adults with special needs. This helps adults with disabilities to learn and earn. The training expenses include trainer honorarium, raw material, and packaging, etc. These training classes are held 5 days a week.

Sponsor a Fruit Juice for 25 students

We will provide 25 children between the ages of 5 and 20 with fresh fruit juice. The juice will keep them hydrated during the hot summer months.

Sponsor Coconut Water to 25 Students

Fresh Coconut water will be provided to 25 students of Ek Koshish Special School. Coconut water helps in keeping the children fresh and hydrated during summers.

Sponsor Stationery for 1 autistic/intellectually challenged child

The cost includes 6 Notebooks, a pencil box, lunch box, crayons, pencils, erasers, watercolors, and worksheets

Sponsor Occupational Therapy for 1 autistic/cerebral palsy student for 1 month

For children and youth, occupational therapists can facilitate the development of basic skills that enable the child to engage in their everyday activities. Working with their parents and teachers, occupational therapists support a child in these areas. The school will provide 3 sessions in a week.