Kerala centre gives hope for kids with learning disabilities
November 10, 2017
A centre named 'Hope' is run in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala for child development and therapies.
The centre has been started recently and is run by S Suseelan Foundation.
The centre gives training for children to overcome their learning problems and development delays.
Right now, it has around 10 students. It offers free therapy sessions to five learning disabled children from Kerala State Council for Child Welfare.
'Hope' centre also helps children with autism spectrum disorders and difficulty in sensory such as balance, body awareness, touch, hearing, sight, smell and taste.
The aim of the centre is to provide early finding to solve development disabilities.
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