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  • The Dr. Anjali Morris Education & Health Foundation (AMF) was founded by Dr. Anjali Morris & Late Mr. Umakant Joshi in 2008 to enable academic success in students with Learning Disabilities/Disorders by teaching them strategies and skills in individual & group settings. A Learning Disability/Disorder (LD) is a neurobiological disorder wherein a normal or higher intelligence brain is wired differently. It thus works and learns differently.  These children may have difficulty in reading (Dyslexia), writing (Dysgraphia), math (Dyscalculia) and comprehension.
  • The Foundation reaches out to students directly through its Bridging Over Learning Disabilities (BOLD) Program wherein students are assessed for LD and offered evidence-based interventions on an individual level, or in small groups, using multisensory techniques and standard treatment protocols.
  • AMF also trains mainstream teachers under its Teachers’ Training Program, conducts workshops for teachers and parents besides creating awareness in the community.
  • In its Technically Assisted Projects, AMF helps schools set up their own resource centres for children with LD providing structured collaboration for 3 yrs.
  • AMF has launched a path breaking research project  for developing Curriculum Measures in Marathi (a local language) to assess children at risk of LD. 
The Foundation is a Global Partner with the International Dyslexia Association
A glimpse of a decade of helping hand
A glimpse of a decade of helping hand
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Rs.26,101 raised

Goal: Rs.5,000,000

Beneficiary: Dr Anjali Morri... info_outline
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