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Funding Request Proposal to ASHA UIUC/Austin. MIG 71, I Cross, V Main KHB Colony II Stage Basaveshwaranagar Bangalore – 560 079 Ph: +91 80 23204875, 23113419 Shristi_ssa@vsnl.net email@example.com www.shristispecialacademy.org. Help In Need. About Shristi Special Academy.
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Funding Request Proposal to ASHA UIUC/Austin MIG 71, I Cross, V Main KHB Colony II Stage Basaveshwaranagar Bangalore – 560 079 Ph: +91 80 23204875, 23113419 Shristi_ssa@vsnl.net firstname.lastname@example.org www.shristispecialacademy.org Help In Need
About Shristi Special Academy • Registered Charitable Society, founded in June 1995 • Currently reaches out to 120 Mentally Challenged and Autistic individuals and 30 normal children • Providing holistic and personalized care to individuals with special needs - conditions such as Down Syndrome, Autism, ADHD, delayed development, cerebral palsy, seizure disorder and behaviour challenges • Holistic approach aimed at overall development – mental, physical, and emotional and hence the services offered include habilitation training, transportation, nutritional supplement, medical screening, consultation and treatment and practical exposure to all individuals irrespective of their social and economic strata
Vision and Value Proposition Provide holistic treatment to special children irrespective of their social and religious status Value Proposition Habilitation training, transportation, nutritional supplement, medical screening, consultation, treatment and practical exposure Differentiator Foster independence and acceptance in the community through volunteers and like minded individuals and corporations Resources Execution Vision Strategy
Impact/Benefit • Prakruthi is a program aiming to make autistic individuals socially acceptable using behavioral modification and sensory integration. • The unit, at present has 14 children within the age range of 5 to 14 years • The unit offers a complete program that is individualized for each child – including special education, occupational therapy, physiotherapy and speech therapy. • The children in this unit also receive special therapies such as music therapy and art therapy, that contributes to a notable extent in the progress of a child. • Individuals with autism require one- on-one sessions to successfully implement the individualized programmers and hence the teacher: student ratio should ideally be 2:1 • The funding would provide for the 5 resource therapists, 1 art teacher and an ayah who are permanently employed at Shristi, in addition to a music teacher who comes in to school thrice a week, as a consultant