Volunteer in India For Disabled Care

Trip Highlights

  • Experience the diverse cultural and traditional nuances of India.
  • Visit the number of heritage sites and ancient monuments in Delhi; such as the Qutub Minar, Red Fort, India Gate, etc.
  • Explore the bustling markets of the city.
  • Take weekend trips to Agra to visit the world famous Taj Mahal, and other famous weekend getaways from Delhi.
  • Volunteer for the development of differently abled children to grow confidence in them and help them stay strong. 
  • Enjoy the tangy taste of authentic Indian cuisine.
  • Try your hands on learning some common Hindi phrases.
  • Interact with the locals and get to understand their daily life challenges and struggle.

Overview

Volunteers working under the disabled care volunteer program in India serve at organizations helping the mentally challenged, multiply disabled and autistic children. Volunteers can help out in a range of activities at the project. The project has three centers, namely Special Education Center, Skill Development Center and Autism Center. Volunteers can be placed at any of the three placements while volunteering for the disabled children in India.

Information on the centers is given below :-
Skill Development Centre – The centre aims to develop vocational skills among the disabled youth to improve their quality of life. Besides vocational training the students are given therapeutic interventions (like speech and occupational therapy) and are involved in extracurricular activities like dance, music etc.  Some of the vocational training activities include : Baking, Paper Bag and Envelope Making, Clay Modelling, Tailoring, Candle Making, Book Binding, Computer training.

Special Education Centre – The Special Education Centre focuses on overall development of the children depending on individual needs. Student assessments are done by special educators and also alternative strategies and therapies are given which include speech therapy and other multi-sensory activities.

Autism Centre – It is a full-fledged special school dedicated to autistic. Intervention is offered to children with severe needs including autistic spectrum disorders and multiple disabilities. There is an occupational therapy clinic which provides multi-sensory therapy for different sensations.
Participants can work from Monday – Friday for 5-6 hrs in a day.
 

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