Hariksha Learning Center
Hariksha Learning Center takes in daily about 50 children suffering from physical or mental handicap.
Here is the portrait of one of these children so that you get to know better this humanitarian program.
Let us introduce to Gowtham.
Gowtham is 12 and comes from Vadukapoondi. This youth joined Hariksha Learning Center on December 4th, 2008.
Gowtham suffers from CP (cerebral palsy). His parents are called Elumalai and Manjula. His dad is a farmer. He has a sister and a brother, both in good health.
Before joining HLC, Gowtham was spending his days lying on the floor and had no mobility.
Thanks to care received in the center, he is now able to articulate some words, can answer simple questions and smiles a lot.
He learned some sign language words and uses them to say "hi" or "good-bye"… He no longer has feeding disorders. Additionally he is now able to walk a few steps thanks to appropriate equipment. He can turn around and move by crawling and can also sit on a chair.
The aim of the mission is to improve the global care of children by training the staff of the center in appropriate techniques.
This translates into the following actions:
- to train the staff in specific pathological conditions and their relevant treatment
- to train the staff in knowledge transfer
- to provide organizational support
- to assist in acquiring the necessary material
Thanks for helping them by taking part in the financing of this program in India - please make an online donation dedicated to the partnership with Hariksha Learning Center.
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