Inclusively Celebrating Childhood
A child with Cerebral Palsy, needs four times the energy to go about life than a normal child. It doesn’t stop with childhood, he requires fours times the energy life long. Our story of self-reliance could very well mean our first pay check but for someone with special needs it could mean the ability to indicate that they need to use the restroom.
It is these differences that we celebrate as we enable children and young adults with Neuro Developmental Disabilities carve out their happy place in the world.
To Act. To Motivate. To Empower.
The bricks and mortar that make a happy place.
We understand that children with special needs live very isoloated lives- we seek to change that. The cornerstone at F.A.M.E is to provide each child with companionship and warmth. We hope to extend this companionship beyond our four walls by equipping our students with holistic education that focusses on special education, early intervention, prevocational and vocational training.
We form lifelong bonds with our students and while our active engagement in their lives ends when they turn 18 our relationship doesn't end. Our students are efficiently passed on to the guidance of our sister concerns under the aegis of YST our students receive further vocational training, while Karuna provides hospice care.