The CSE serves a student population of 170 individuals between the ages of 3 and 25, including those enrolled in the Center for Vocational Training, who have various neurological challenges, such as Cerebral Palsy, Autism, and Learning Difficulties. The main aim of the CSE program is to create an environment that enables each student to reach their full potential academically and functionally, thus allowing them to become active members of the community. To achieve this goal, classes are divided into groups based on the CSE objective:
The primary objective of the "Early Intervention Program" is to offer assistance to infants, toddlers, and children up to the age of 5 who are at risk of developmental delays. The program is tailored to identify and address the unique needs of children in five key developmental domains, namely physical, cognitive, communication, social or emotional development, and sensory and adaptive development. Several resources, counseling, and therapies, such as Occupational, Physio, Speech, Aquatic, Equine therapy, and Sensory Integration, have been proven effective in enhancing the children's abilities. As a result of these interventions, children start communicating, interacting with one another, and gradually grasping academic concepts such as alphabets and numbers.
The academic group at CSE adheres to the standardized curriculum of the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) for basic education, which readies students for mainstream schooling by preparing them for classes III, V, VIII, and X.
The students acquire fundamental skills in literacy and mathematics that are essential for their everyday interactions with the community.
The students in this group require significant support to facilitate their learning. The class concentrates on acquiring skills that enable them to carry out essential functional activities in their daily lives, allowing them to participate fully in both their family and community. Learning takes place through an assortment of enjoyable and stimulating recreational and functional activities.
Games & Sports
Toy Resource Library
Music, Dance & Drama
The objective of the "Mother and Child Training Program" is to enable mothers of special needs children to handle their child effectively at home. The program is designed to assist mothers in comprehending their child's disability and unique learning style, thereby empowering them to manage challenging situations and collaborate more effectively with their child. The program concentrates on enhancing the quality of the mother-child interactions by teaching personalized one-on-one skills that take into account the child's strengths, emerging skills, and areas of weakness. This intervention, combined with a supportive and positive environment, significantly aids children in overcoming the severity of their disability.