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Chiranthana helps children and youth with special-needs develop life skills and artistry.  Operating as a non-profit, Chiranthana opens up a whole new world for these children through a wide array of programs that make a significant difference in their lives.  

Our time-tested and bespoke methodologies and techniques are typically unavailable in traditional schooling programs. Learning is made enjoyable for children who are coping with autism, down syndrome, and other inherited or acquired disabilities beyond their control. Chiranthana's aim is to help these children and youth realize their strengths and channel their dormant abilities toward acquiring new skills that make them independent and confident contributors to the society.

1. Vocational skills  - digital training to impart Life skills and employment  2. Theater as a main component  - for confidence building and self-expression 3. Therapy sessions like physio, speech and OT 4. Yoga, exercises and peer bonding sessions for mental health  5. NIOS training  

1. Vocational Skills – Digital training for independent living  We are heading towards an era of ‘artificial intelligence’, which will reshape our daily habits, our lives and the world at large.  It thus touches upon the essence of human life and capabilities for the first time in the history of mankind. We want to focus on teaching essential skills through digital technology, like – banking, bill payments, shopping, gaming for cognitive and reflexes building, data entry among other skills  

2. Theater as a main component - for confidence building and self-expression  We are pioneers in imparting life skills training using theater as a main component. Speech, language, body language, confidence building, self-expression, discipline, team work are some of the aspects emphasized upon  

3. Therapy sessions like physio, speech and OT Appropriate fine motor and gross motor training programs will be a part of the curriculum based on the child’s requirement. Individual lesson plans will be laid out by professionals in these areas. They will start working on child’s short term, mid-term and long term goals.

4. Yoga, exercises and peer bonding sessions for mental health  
Mental health issues are on rise, especially in adults with disabilities. Isolation, social stigmas, apprehensions are some of the factors that result in this. Our focus will be on qualitative learning through yoga, exercises and peer bonding sessions which will address the overall well-being of an individual.  

5. NIOS training  
We would train educable students under the NIOS category. Working on affiliation for the same.  

GRANT REQUESTED FOR Chiranthana _ Center _for holistic development and vocational skills.
Our center intends to provide a holistic program to teenagers and adults with special needs and economically disadvantaged, and train them on essential life skills and soft skills, thus empowering them at different levels to make them LIFE READY                                                                                            VISION:  Building human capabilities among disabled teenagers and adults to empower them for functional and happy living  

Immediate requirements: for next 12 months  
Expenses towards NIOS teachers , content and material  : 3,50,000.00 pa
Salary towards physiotherapist 60,000.00 pa
Salary towards speech therapist : 60,000.00 pa
computers, laptops and software installation: 1,30,000 pa 

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Rs.1,800 raised

Goal: Rs.600,000

Beneficiary: Chiranthana info_outline
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R PRANAV KUMAR donated Rs.800
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