An NGO empowers people with special needs

V-Excel provides early intervention to special children, apart from holding programmes and classes.
V-Excel provides early intervention to special children, apart from holding programmes and classes.

What started as a small learning centre with just 11 students is now a registered charitable trust that has impacted over 35,000 individuals with special needs across urban and rural areas.
V-Excel Educational Trust was founded in 2001 by Vasudha Prakash, who is a academician and counsellor, with a doctorate in Special Education from Rutgers University, New Jersey.
“The intensity of the work we do is so different — we have at least eight people working on one child. So, people should become more aware and understand that regular education is different from special education,” she says. For more details, read: YourStory.com

One comment on “An NGO empowers people with special needs

  • Feb 15 2018 at 5:27 pm
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    Hey, that is awesome read; thanks for sharing such an awesome article. Glad that there are people who care about special children. One of my friends is really worried about his son, now I will share this article with him so that he can do something. I will also be in their contact and find if I can do the needful.

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