Chinmay- Star of the Month- August Copy

Chinmay is our star for this month! He has been speaking up more comfortably with guests, interns, peers, and trainers. Every day he greets all of them and engages in conversations about movies and outings. Chinmay also responds well in classes and discussions with...

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Chinmay- Star of the Month- August

Chinmay is our star for this month! He has been speaking up more comfortably with guests, interns, peers, and trainers. Every day he greets all of them and engages in conversations about movies and outings. Chinmay also responds well in classes and discussions with...

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Parent Meet July 2022

The quarterly parent’s meeting was held at Diya Foundation on 15th July 2022. The meeting began with an explanation of the ongoing short-term courses and financial literacy course. Post sharing the reports, the parents shared their observations on their children’s...

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Exhibition in diya

An exhibition was conducted in Diya foundation on 6th June 2022. The exhibition was conducted with the objective to promote self-employment among the trainees. The trainees and their parents created products and displayed them. They received an hour skills training...

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St. Joseph’s College visit

A visit to mitti cafe at St. Joseph's college Bangalore with 10 Diya trainees. Our trainees observed the process of receiving orders and customer service, understood about equipment in the kitchen area, cleaning area & service area. Apart from that, they were also...

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Labor Day Bus Depot Visit

On Labor Day four Diya trainees visited the Kalyan Nagar bus depot to wish and appreciate all the staff that works there. Before starting the trip, our interns helped the trainees in creating small greeting cards with a happy labor day message.      ...

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Sam – Star of the Month- April

Sam joined Diya foundation in the year 2014. His family consists of his Mother, Father, and younger sister. He is a person with an Intellectual Disability. After joining Diya, he has learned how to work well in teams and participates in creative activities at Diya...

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Mahesh – Star of the Month- January

Mahesh, a smart young adult with amazing abilities of his own, is very compassionate toward people, he is very caring of his sister as she is a person with visual and hearing impairment. He is empathetic towards his family and friends. He enjoys playing cricket with...

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Mental Healthcare Act 2017: A Review

  Mental health is an integral part of health and it is more than the absence of mental illnesses. It is the foundation for well-being and effective functioning of individuals. It includes mental well-being, prevention of mental disorders, treatment and...

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MARK ROHIT CHAKRABORTY- Star of the Month- December

We received Mark almost 3 and a ½ years before. Full of respect and curiosity, Mark had trouble remembering things. He couldn’t even remember what he had for breakfast. Mark also struggled to communicate his feelings and hence preferred to be by himself. Our trainers...

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ALL ABOUT AUTISM

Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. According to the Centers for Disease Control, autism affects an estimated 1 in 54...

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Pay attention to ADHD

  “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”- Albert Einstein Mental illness is the leading cause of disability adjusted life years among all major diseases and...

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Prader Willi syndrome

Prader-Willi syndrome – what, causes, early signs, what affects – best practices to work them. Prader Willi Syndrome, also known as PWS is a genetic disorder that affects the mental, physical and behavioural states of a person. It’s genetic in nature and quite rare,...

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Effect of pets on the Specially-abled

Pets are surely the most enriching companions of all time. It is less about talking and participating in traditional discussions and command-action dialogues, but more about how you read body language. The chirp of joy, the energetic wag of a tail, the satiated purr...

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