During HOPE’s school intervention programme, it was found that many children with special needs were still not enrolled in primary school or special school.
HOPE’s Resource Centre is barrier-free and provides an opportunity to access therapy for that category of children. The objective of the project is to improve the quality of life for children with special needs, through access to important resources such as aids, appliances, appropriate therapies, special education and inclusive education in school. 100 children with special needs are supported at the centre and receive special education and therapeutic supports such as physiotherapy, occupational, speech and dance movement.
144 assistive aids and appliances, such as special chairs and multipurpose climbing equipment have been provided to the resource centre for conducting therapies such as physiotherapy, occupational, speech, behavioural and dance movement, and special education classes for the enrolled children with special needs.
Your support allows projects like Brian’s Way to make a real difference. Brian’s Way resource Centre is proudly supported by Butlers Chocolates. Please watch the video below to find out more.