Special Life Diagnostic & Therapeutic Centre (SLDTC) is a project of Sneh Social Welfare Foundation, an institution working to empower children with special needs or children having development challenges. Special Life Centre was set up as a registered society in 2016. Special Life Centre is a part of Sneh Social Welfare Foundation registered under the Society Registration Act 1860, 12A, 80G, PF, ESI, Niti Aayog & ISO Certified, registered under the National Trust, registered under the Act 2016 of Rights of Person with Disabilities.
Special Life Centre believes in the principle that every child is equal and has something unique in them. Children with special needs can explore and grow, despite the difficulties to cope up with time to develop their intellectuality. They have challenges along with unique qualities and abilities; generally, one cannot find in ordinary people, and this makes them distinct from others.Read More
Special Life Centre is committed to explore and believe in philosophy of leaving no stone unturned. With the same principle, all the services designed to explore the abilities of special children and to overcome from the several challenges.
Special Life Centre offer several special education options for those with special needs who are unable to attend mainstream school either short or long term.
Occupational therapy is a client-centre health profession concerned with promoting health and well-being through occupation.
Our Speech and language therapists are allied health professionals who provides treatment, support & care for children with special needs who have difficulties with communication, or with eating, drinking and swallowing.
We at Special Life Centre work on muscle power, range of motion, balance, posture, sensory and behavioural problems using the latest techniques.
We encourage our children to participate in various sports competitions conducted by different platforms like other Special Schools and Special Olympics.
An IQ test is an assessment that measures a range of cognitive abilities and provides a score that is intended to serve as a measure of an individual's intellectual abilities and potential.
Psychological assessments at Shree Rehabilitation are done by our experienced psychologists who are specially trained and experts in the area.
The pandemic of COVID-19 has engulfed the entire world and has posed serious challenges for the health and economic security of millions of people worldwide. In India too, the spread of coronavirus has been alarming and is posing severe health and economic ramifications for our country. The Prime Minister’s office has been receiving spontaneous and innumerable requests for making generous donations to support the government in the wake of this emergency.
Distress situations, whether natural or otherwise, demand expeditious and collective action for alleviating the suffering of those affected, mitigation/control of damage to infrastructure and capacities etc. Therefore, building capacities for quick emergency response and effective community resilience has to be done in tandem with infrastructure and institutional capacity reconstruction/enhancement. Use of new technology and advance research findings also become an inseparable element of such concerted action.
Keeping in mind the need for having a dedicated national fund with the primary objective of dealing with any kind of emergency or distress situation, like posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, and to provide relief to the affected, a public charitable trust under the name of ‘Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund’ (PM CARES Fund)’ has been set up. Prime Minister is the Chairman of this trust and its Members include Defence Minister, Home Minister and Finance Minister.
PM Narendra Modi has always believed and shown in actions that public participation is the most effective way to mitigate any issue and this is yet another example. This fund will enable micro-donations as a result of which a large number of people will be able to contribute with smallest of denominations.
Citizens and organisations can go to the website pmindia.gov.in and donate to PM CARES Fund using following details:
Following modes of payments are available on the website pmindia.gov.in –
Donations to this fund will be exempted from income tax under section 80(G).
FOR MORE DETAILS VISIT: https://www.pmindia.gov.in/
Children with autism have been around much longer than the condition known as “Autism”. All of these children have varying degrees of Autism Spectrum Disorder, which will affect their behavior, communication skills, ability to relate to others, and, in some cases, their ability to learn in the same way as typically developing children.
According to the DSM-IV-TR, to be diagnosed with autism, a person must demonstrate either delayed or atypical behaviors in the following categories:
Although each child with autism is distinctive, hence all children with autism spectrum disorders have difficulty in varying levels of language and communication, social relationships, response to sensory stimuli, understanding, and absorbing responses, different behaviors a significant delay in social interaction, such as eye contact or facial expression, a communication delay behaviors including stereotypical behavior, such as intense, almost obsessive, preoccupation with objects, they need for routines that are non-functional and ritualistic, such as lining up all the books or food in a certain manner, repeating motor movements over and over, such as finger-popping or hand flapping. Hyperactivity (very active), Impulsivity (acting without thinking), Short attention span, Aggression, Meltdowns, Unusual eating and sleeping habit, Unusual mood or emotional reactions, Lack of fear or more fear than expected, Have unusual sleeping habits
For example, many young children with autism have gaps in their development ranging from learning skills out of sequence to fixation on objects such as a puzzle or a rotating fan.
For no reason, in particular, your child has a few autism-like symptoms, it doesn’t mean he or she has Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The road to an ASD diagnosis can be difficult and time-consuming. In fact, it is often two to three years after the first symptoms of ASD are noticed before an official diagnosis is made.
By 2 years of age, parents start observing the delays in their child which involve the sign and symptoms mentioned above. The most common sign which has been seen early age of Autism is poor eye contact and speech abnormalities.
It is important to understand the development pattern of your child how he attains different reflex on how he achieved and how they integrate. Parents are the keen and principal observers to understand what problems their child faced with toddlers until now.
Learning that your child has been diagnosed with autism is a powerful moment in your life. Suddenly your life may feel very different from what you expected it to be. You worry first about your child and what it will mean for his or her life experiences. You worry about how you and your family will adjust to this in the years ahead. You worry about the day-to-day challenges of caring for your child with autism. This is an important turning point in your life as well as the lives of your child and other family members. Getting emotional support and factual information to help you cope and promote a positive future for your child and family will be critical during this period.
Children with autism need more structural settings to overcome the varying level of problems they faced in everyday life. Children with autism are the same as other children as they also embody individual preferences and styles. However, those preferences are often expressed in different ways.
All we need to remember is that they all need a consistent touch of empathy and correct guidance to uplift their quality of life. With the right support and access to equal opportunities, children with autism can lead happy lives and reach their full potential. Accepting the diagnosis simply means that you are ready to advocate for your child.
We welcome you to Help 4 Special project under Sneh Social Welfare Foundation. Our team provides interactive videos and beneficial information for helping Persons with Disability for meeting their needs and support them wholeheartedly. This initiative allows us to become a successful member of the community where we can spread awareness and handhold our special-needs individuals responsibly.
Unique Disability Identity Card is a successful project initiated by the Govt. of India for the welfare of individuals with special needs. It is necessary to apply for the UDID card to avail various benefits and schemes meant for Persons with Disability. Help 4 Special aims to share the information and spread awareness about the benefits of a UDID card. We have uploaded beneficial videos to explain its use and guide you step-by-step for filling the application form online. By submitting the form online, the process gets streamlined faster with lesser errors and reliable record maintenance.
The UDID project initiated by the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities is available online at http://www.swavlambancard.gov.in/
The UDID project aims at building a holistic end-to-end integrated system for Issuance of Universal ID & Disability Certificates for Person with Disabilities with their identification and disability details. It includes -
As per the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights & Full Participation) Act, 1995 - A person with a disability with one or more of limitations comes under any of the below-mentioned categories:
The UDID card shall bring a multitude of benefits to Persons with Disabilities:
Help 4 Special team has uploaded the following video for step-by-step guidance to fill the form online and submit along with the necessary scanned documents as requested.
Education enables us to be a responsible human being. The role of education is not just limited to reading, writing and studying facts and figures, but to know how to live life harmoniously. The extent of knowledge included several perceptions for the holistic development of the child. Holistic development includes physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, moral, and cognitive development associated with healthy living.
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