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Holistic development includes physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, moral, and cognitive development associated with healthy living. Sneh Social Welfare Foundation conducts various activities, and events meant for the overall holistic improvement of the society who are underprivileged.

The role of social welfare is to represent prospective patterns of collective choice as to alternative social states for achieving the optimal distribution of income. We bridge the gap by joint efforts with a team of like-minded professionals and volunteers.

Life Skills is now equally important in education as literacy. Single-use plastic is a ticking time bomb for the environment.

With this objective in mind, to Stop Using Single Use Plastic, Our school Celebrated World Paper Bag Day in collaboration with Star Wellness and Care Foundation by making paper bags reusing old newspapers and showcased their creativity & artistic skills by decorating it. It is a day to spread awareness for not to use plastic bags and high time to discard them completely. 

We facilitated our students to create a paper bag for themselves which also enhanced their creative skills. The children enthusiastically participated in the fun-filled activity, which inspired their minds to
contribute towards Mother Nature by using paper bags and saying No to ‘Plastic Bags’.

Autism is a neurodevelopment disorder characterized by deficits in social and language communication, as well as repetitive behaviors and restricted interests.

To Mark World Autism Awareness Day, We organized a Health camp including Blood Test and Dental checkup for autistic children in collaboration with Dento Hub.  

More than 70 students got benefited from the camp. All the children were examined by the relevant doctors and given free consultation and orientation regarding diagnosis, prevention and rehabilitation.

Our school became exam centre from 7th Dec 2020 to 12th Dec 2020 of Rehabilitation Council of India of Diploma programmes. We followed all protocol of COVID 19. The exam was of 2nd year diploma programmes. Students were from four institutes: Tamana School of Hope, AAROH, CBSM & National trust for Handicapped.

CLO’s were very happy and impressed from our arrangements. We followed all the Guidelines prescribed by NIEPMD. We conducted exam of 100 children. Diploma programmes were Intellectual disability, Vocational training & Autism.

On 9th October, The District elections for the post of President of South West Zone were held in our school. We followed all protocol of COVID -19. All the voters who came to elect the president were wearing mask and sanitize their hands properly. We conducted with 90% voter attendance and maintained social distancing. On the same day, we announced the results as well.

It was a wonderful experience for our school and amazing opportunity for us.

ALIMCO gave us educational kits for our children. We sanitized all educational kits. The kit was very useful for our children to improve fine motor skills, Gross Motor skills & Educational skills.

We followed all protocol of COVID 19.

On request of Prime Minister Modi, the entire country, including our students, lighted lamps, candles & flashlights on Sunday 5th April at 9pm for 9 minutes in their homes.

Mr. Modi made it very clear that the coronavirus threat could only be combated with the full cooperation of people, and that the collective strength was what would take the country out of what he termed “darkness that engulfs us” in the form of coronavirus.

Our children spread the message of solidarity at this difficult time honouring the services of doctors, health workers, policemen, cleaners, vegetable and fruit vendors, etc.

The Festival of Colours is upon us and the kids have been wanting to go and buy colours, pichkaris and balloons. This holi, holy heart special kids put a stall in ashtavakra school.

It was wonderful experience and great opportunity for kids to have this exposure and socialize to different people. They sell chocolates, colors and balloons. These events  boost their confidence and self esteem

Assessment Camp was organized by Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO) at Holy Heart Special School.

“Parent Empowerment Programme” on “National Legislations, Scheme and Benefits for Persons with Disabilities” organised by Holy Heart Special School and Amity Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences.

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