Prachi is a 16-year-old girl with Cerebral palsy. She has been at Suryoday school for the past 5 years. She is a single child of the parents. Everyone in the family supports the child for everything. Earlier when she joined Suryoday she was unable to walk. After various therapy sessions now, she is able to walk. Prachi is a very bright student and has good oral skills and very sharp memory. She actively participated in co-curricular activities such as singing, drama, and said dialogues fluently. Her teacher, Mrs. Prachi said that earlier she used to only speak one word but now there has been improvement in various areas such as speech development, language development, improvement in her social skills. Now she can speak properly in sentences.
Nehal is a 14-year-old girl with Moderate MR. She has completed five years at Suryoday School. Initially, when she came to Suryoday she did not interact with anyone. Earlier, she never used to give responses but with training and guidance, Nehal has improved a lot now she freely talks with everyone and shares everything with everyone. She also responds to what others are saying. She has also started to actively participate and take initiative to do various art and craft activities.
Riddhi is a 17-year-old girl with Mild MR. She is an excellent student at academics. She has improved a lot and focuses now on her own things, helps teachers, and tries to learn new things. Riddhi has a helping and caring nature towards everyone.
All of their parents are struggling to pay fees as they lost their jobs during COVID. Please support them to empower them!
Additionally, support Support Atharva, Archan, Satish, Vedant, Bhargav, and Devesh from lower-income groups to complete their studies! They cannot pay their fees!
Our children are learning key skills, which will equip them for the challenges of everyday life, and along the way, there have been many surprises - we have discovered so much talent!
Atharva, Archan, Satish, Vedant, Bhargav and Devesh are special students from Mumbai who are unable to continue their education as their parents lost their jobs during COVID. All of them study at a special school and are learning many things such as numbers, recognition of pictures, counting, dancing, social skills, activities of daily living.
These activities are crucial for their overall development- academically as well as living independently. All the past years spent at special schools will go in vain if they stop attending classes and stop learning. They will have to start from scratch.
Please support them by contributing towards their 1 year of school fees. We know that they will continue to surprise us even more – by scaling greater heights in the days to come.