Government schools and schemes are open to all but still only few are able to avail it and are able to gain the maximum out of it. Still enough are unaware and despite of going to school aren’t able to benefit much. On reviewing and speaking to parents (EWS children) following contentions was heavily discussed and pointed out-

Reluctance of the child to go to school because of monotony and inability to understand
Failing to cope up with school curriculum, hence leading to drop outs
Increasing Vandalism and delinquency because of inadequate care, attention and supervision
Increased number of students in the classroom leading to failure of one on one attention
No life skills training and co curricular activities
Career options, motivation to pursue aspirations etc

Benefits of the program (For EWS children) (3- 14 years)

Generating awareness amongst them about the special needs children and their needs

Sensitising them and educating parents about their rights and support by government

Integrating them in a structured classroom setting along with special needs children

Understanding classroom etiquettes

Inculcating personal hygiene and grooming

Instilling Punctuality and classroom behaviour

Preparing them for formal school (Working through the curriculum

Introducing English as a second language (Speaking/Writing/Listening)

Emphasising on the holistic development, providing sound care

Stretching the limits. Helping them grow socially, emotionally, cognitively, psychologically

Providing one on one care and help wherever required

Improving communication, social awareness, self regulation etc

Introducing extra-curricular activities, exposing them to different fields

Inculcating the value system and traditions of India

Instilling motivation in them to pursue higher studies enrolling in school, college/ universities

Redirecting energies constructively

Developing soft skills

Learning through experiences

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Families and Children Helped

It has always been pleasure, to work Meera Foundation. They have been doing amazing works for the cause of poor and needy. They are extremely committed to and passionate group.

Soumalya Maiti, Teacher

 I am glad to associate with the Organisation in all its activities .They deserve support and encouragement from the world of philanthropy. Their thinkings for the good of society is very praise worthy.

Debasis Manna, Govt. Employee of Postal Dept.

Self Employed : I being a mom of a child really very excited to know that Meera Foundation has been learning painting and making soft toys so enthusiastically and the teachers here are so co operate that every kids learn it in a lovely way.

Prantika Mondal, Self Employed

“I received a wonderful support and help from strong and healthy minds. My counselor was very warm and empathetic to understand everything. Its going to help me a lot in the long run.”

Namsiha, Client

“I would recommend S&H to anyone who feels low. I’m greatful for their services and considerate approach”

Akansha, Client

“Words fall short to express the guidence and support that I have recieved from S&H. I’m now able to understand myself better and grow in positive direction”

Afreen, Client

“Strong and healthy mind is the need of the hour and need of the community. Community mental health has become more important than ever”

Malvika Samnani , Co-Founder, Meera Foundation