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  • Neha: Night blindness, impairments related to visual, auditory, vocal and loco motor systems.
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  • AmrutaPerson with disability act 1995Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and FullParticipationNational trust for welfare of persons with autism, cerebral pasly, mental retardation and multiple disability act 1999 An Act to provide for the constitution of a body at the national level for the Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
  • AmrutaThe District Primary Education Program:DPEP is a program implemented at the district level aims at providing universaleducation to the disabled children. Through this scheme, children with special needscan also join the mainstream schools. The scheme attempts to provide primaryeducation to the disabled children through trained teachers, teaching aids,infrastructural the facility etc.
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  • School for the handicap

    1. 1. SCHOOLS FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN IN INDIA BY AMRUTA KUKDE LIZA DSOUZA NEHA DIXIT SIDHARTH MANDAN SHUMI BISWAS
    2. 2. Who are Special Children? “Persons with disabilities include those who have long-term physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairments which in interaction with various barriers may hinder their full and effective participation in society on an equal basis with others.” Convention of the Rights of people with disabilities adopted in the year 2006
    3. 3. Scenario in India  3 percent of India’s children are estimated to be mentally challenged    15 million children >10 years 10 million are boys and 5 million are girls. 20 of every 1000 children in rural India are disabled as compared to 16 of 1000 urban children. Only 2% of disabled children enjoy the privilege of going to school. Child Relief and You (CRY)
    4. 4. Disabilities prevalent in India  Physical disability  Learning disabilities  Emotional disturbances  Developmental disabilities NCAER
    5. 5. A right to be Educated “State Parties recognize that a mentally or physically disabled child should enjoy a full and a decent life, in conditions which ensure dignity, promote self-reliance and facilitate the child’s active participation in the community.” Convention of the rights of the child (CRC), art No 23
    6. 6. Gov. Acts  Rehabilitation  Person Council of India Act 1992 with Disabilities Act 1995  National Trust for Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities Act, 1999  District Primary Education Program(DPEP)
    7. 7. Schools NGOs  Ability  Swabodhini foundation school  Mother  Bodh School  Prayatna School and Child Welfare and Research Foundation  AARTH-ASTHA Of 6,461 town and cities, only 334 towns and cities have the facility of special schools catering to severe disabilities Sixth All India Educational Survey
    8. 8. Issues faced by special schools  Lack of Recognition  Family Attitude  Access to schools  Trained teachers  Availability of educational material for the disabled  Special schools are residential  Security  Costly  Diversified
    9. 9. Features of Special schools  Importance to child's psychology at an early age  Have well trained, patient teachers  Individual  Medical attention facilities
    10. 10.  Appropriate teaching material  Counseling department  Pick and drop facility  Vocational training  Personality Empowerment Program  Infrastructure and Equipment's
    11. 11. Suggestions  Community awareness drives  Child homes  Tie ups with companies engaged in CSR activities  Support a child program  Mainstream education- provide all teachers with basic training  Counseling for parents  Medical assessment camps  Mingle with the society  Emphasis on Integration.
    12. 12. Conclusion  Monitoring at an early stage  Agronomy = Development  More focus on proper awareness  Implementing the policies framed.  Integrated and Inclusive model of education needs to be applied.  Involvement of society – De-labeling
    13. 13. Reference Search engines:  Google  Yahoo Links:  childsupport.in  Indiaunicef.com Journals:  Education for children with disability  Disability in India Issues and Concerns-Leni Chaudhuri
    14. 14. Thank You
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