School social responsibility

Existent state of school health

Most schools today appoint wellness experts, psychologists and psychiatrists on their panel to supervise and guide their children’s psychological wellness. While several schools do have on board counselors, there is significant dearth in many schools today and sufficient psychological monitoring of these children falls through the cracks. We believe and we recognize that childhood is the most important developmental phase that holds maximal impact on the rest of an individual’s life. Schools definitely have an enormous role to play in children’s development as kids spend a vast majority of their time in school premises and with their schoolmates. Care that slips is not merely a void in functionality, but impacts that child the most who could have benefitted if intervention could have been established at an appropriate time.

Our current contribution

We have been offering services to schools since over a decade. Although models of association seem typically commercial, we have taken the responsibility of conducting awareness programs in municipal schools as well as low budget schools for very limited and frequently no financial gain. The aim is here to build awareness amongst school staff, teachers, parents and most important of all; the children. This may not be the absolute perfect filter but we have identified several cases of depression, learning disabilities, autism, anxiety and intellectual backwardness in children, offered treatment and guided parents and teachers to monitor and care for them better. We have been affiliated with charitable health centers and special schools for intellectually challenged children and extended our hand in supporting their psychological needs.

What we can offer

We offer our services to schools after careful discussion with the administrative staff; gauge the children’s needs, and conduct social awareness programs for parents, children and teachers once we identify the specific areas of deficit. These programs include teacher training on children’s problems, guidance for parents on dealing with toddlers as well as adolescents, assistance for adolescents on building personal responsibility for their education, career choices, relationships and healthy lifestyle in general; and several more.

How we choose to help

Schools are free to contact us and arrange for a meeting so we may understand the area of need and offer our help. We also have awareness programs for the general public on topics like addiction, stress, parenting practices etc. We maintain a database of schools and whenever we conduct these programs in the area, we inform schools of the same so they may notify parents in case they wish to attend. We also come over to the schools to conduct free classroom sessions and seminars for children (diagnostic as well as therapeutic). We are willing to extend our valuable support and guidance to those who seek it. All you need to do is to reach out to us.

School health

Our target is to build awareness of psychological needs in children.

  • Educating parents on parenting
  • Emotive training for teachers
  • Consciousnessabout ADHD
  • Class dyslexia management
  • Dealing with autism in class
  • Making studies interesting
  • Stirring more responsibility
  • Controlling anger in kids
  • Building their confidence
  • Guiding career selections

Programme features

Filled with interaction and fun, the workshops accomplish specific goals through focused action:

  • Conducted by professionals
  • Interactive and participative
  • Provide experiential learning
  • Have specific learning goals
  • Are custom made as per age
  • Target the child’s behavior
  • Have introspective potential

How we help you

Our multidimensional assessment options provide schools with a pool of data on their own children, in dimensions never assessed before. The data can help better their well being in several ways:

  • Offering specific treatment
  • Making suitable referrals
  • Refining the environment
  • Teacher training options
  • Empowering the parents
  • Meeting children’s needs