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  project name ~ Khushboo

category ~ Education - Child




  Project Name





Khushboo Welfare Society



Education - Child







  Budget Approved


$ 2500


  Year Approved







1   2   3   4  

  Chapter Coordinators


Rangakrishnan Srinivasan


College Station










The setting up of this "Occupational therapy" unit would make it possible to provide 400 therapeutic sessions in a year at very nominal charges.

OT service addresses feeding skills, sensory integration, motor development, environmental exploration, play skills, adaptive behavior, and interaction between the child and the caregiver.

The OT program runs with a multidisciplinary team including Occupational therapists, physicians, nursing assistants, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, special educators, and the parents, to identify the needs of the infants and toddlers and their families.





- Starting with a team only 3 committed professionals and 10 children, the NGO has grown in stature to one of the key social service organizations in the region; currently servicing 125 children with a team of 30 dedicated professionals. - Khushboo moved into its own 9000 sqft. disabled-accessible building in 2004. KWS is the only non-profit organization in Gurgaon region that has been allotted 1800 sq. m plot of land by HUDA at a concessional price to build its own Center. - Three structured programs at the Center involving early detection and intervention, special education and vocational training.





After setting up specialized units for "Physical Therapy" and for "Multi-sensory Stimulation & Integration", KWS wants to set up an "Occupational Therapy" unit. Occupational therapy is skilled treatment that helps infants, toddlers, and young children with a variety of conditions, congenital anomalies, neurological disorders, sensory processing difficulties, challenging behavior, neuromuscular disease, prenatal drug exposure, autism, etc. achieve independence in all facets of their lives. To give special needs children the "skills for the job of living" necessary for independent and satisfying lives.



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