Centre for Special Education

The Centre for Special Education (CSE) is a Day Centre (9.30am – 3.30pm) for age groups varying from 5 to 20 years.
 
Objectives

  • To optimize the potentials of children through a comprehensive educational / vocational programmes so as to make a successful transition to adulthood and the world of further education, training or work.

  • To optimize the potentials of children and their families through provision of comprehensive support services.

  • To provide a platform for advocacy and awareness programme.

CSE provides the following facilities:

  • Medical Consultations, Counselling and Psycho-Educational Evaluations.

  • Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Sensory Integration Therapy, Speech Therapy, Art, Yoga, Sports & Music.

  • Specialised seating to suit individual needs, wheelchairs, mobility aids and equipment to enhance daily life activities.

 

The Educational Programmes include:

  • Academic Programme – Pre primary, primary, secondary and senior secondary.

  • Basic Education and Life Skill Training Program – at the Junior and Senior Levels with Functional Literacy and Prevocational Skills.

  • Enrichment Centre – a Learning Centre for all students, which cater to the lateral development of the curriculum through Theme based projects and Multi Sensory approaches.

  • Co-curricular Activities that includes Art, Music, Clay, Story Telling and Dramatics.

 

Early Child Education

 

Early Child Education introduces young children to the structured world of learning through a Multi Sensory approach. Play Way and project methods are widely used to enhance early skills in psycho-social development, cognition, speech and language, fine motor, vision and self help skills. It also prepares children for a future in academics, functional literacy and inclusion into mainstream schools.

The sections include

  • Assessments & Individual Interventions

  • Joyful Learning Centre (Pre-primary)

  • Playgroup

  • Transition group and

  • Primary classes

 

Formal Education

Formal Education Unit has students from Primary - Middle School with recognition of the State Education Board (upto Class 7). All subjects are imparted to the students at the middle school level. After the middle school, the students who can continue in the academic stream are placed in the Learners’ Centre and registered with National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) at the Secondary level.

 

Basic Education and Life Skills Training Programme

 

Includes training children in Functional Literacy, Communication and Life Skills, Social Emotional Adjustment and Pre vocational Training for students between the age 10-14 years.

Care and Share

Care and Share Respite care programme offers an opportunity for parents from a break of care giving. Under the guidance of a trained respite provider and with voluntary parent involvement, this programme gives respite time to parents to do activities that they find relaxing or entertaining. The activities for children include maintenance therapy, sensory walks and stimulation, music and opportunities for social interactions.

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