partnerships

OUR PRESIDENT & SECRETARY MET HONORABLE PRIME MINISTER SHRI. NARENDRA MODI

Our President & Secetary Met Honorable Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi On the sidelines of the Chess Olympiad, 2022 in Chennai, the Honorable Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi met our Founder and Secretary of Amar Seva Sangam Ayikudi (ASSA). We thank Honorable governor of Tamil Nadu Shri. R.N. Ravi for all the support. They explained

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partnerships

40TH YEAR CELEBRATION WITH TAMILNADU GOVERNOR

Hon’ble Governor of Tamil Nadu, Shri R.N.Ravi, visited on 19.6.22 We celebrated our 40 th year Anniversary on 19th June, 2022 with our Hon’ble Governor of Tamil Nadu, Shri R.N.Ravi, Chief Guest and District Collector, Shri P. Akash, Guest of Honor, graced the occasion. It was well attended by our donors, guests, volunteers and staff.

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Community Engagement

Parents Benefitted through the parents advocacy group

Beneficiary 1 Amar Seva Sangam Enabling Inclusion program reaches about 3200 children with disabilities in the 3 Districts of Tenkasi, Tirunelveli & Tuticoirn districts. In the Tenkasi district Enabling Inclusion program, Parents Advocacy Groups for parents of children with disabilities are formed by Amar Seva Sangam, Ayikudi (ASSA). Through these groups parents are trained to

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partnerships

ONBOARDING TRAINING TO NGO PARTNER VARSHINI ILLAM TRUST, CHENNAI

The Enabling Inclusion® App & Model allows organisations to make their early childhood intervention program for children with developmental delays & disabilities impactful. Developed by Amar Seva Sangam Ayikudi (ASSA) in 2014, this app is being used by non-profits and other institutions across India. One such non-profit organization Varshini Illam Trust (VIT), Chennai is a registered public

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capacity building

The Coaching Approach- Empowering Caregivers to Promote their Child’s Development

Enabling Inclusion Child Development Webinar #5 Webinar presented on Saturday, April 23rd, 2022 by Franzina Coutinho OT, PhD and Marie Brien PT, MSc. Webinar Objectives: Review of Family Centered care Coaching Concepts Parental Coaching Teams and Approaches Case Studies from Mumbai Coaching with the Enabling Inclusion Model Amar Seva Sangam’s experiences The new WHO Caregiver

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capacity building

The ICF and the “F” words- A Participatory Approach for Child Development

Enabling Inclusion Child Development Webinar #4 Webinar presented on Saturday, March 26th, 2022 by Marie Brien PT, MSc and Navamani Venkatachalapathy BPT, PGDT. Webinar Objectives: Understanding the WHO’s ICF for child development Using the ICF to guide clinical practice in a community-based child rehab program Case studies from rural South India: Challenges and opportunities in

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capacity building

Family-Centered Care- Challenges and Opportunities, Stigma to Empowerment

Enabling Inclusion Child Development Webinar #2 Webinar presented on Saturday, March 26th, 2022 by Marie Brien PT, MSc and Navamani Venkatachalapathy BPT, PGDT. Webinar Objectives: Recognising psycho-social stressors of families of children with developmental disabilities Understanding the essentials of family-centered care (FCC) Sharing of ASSA’s experiences in FCC in rural South India Implementing responsive strategies

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capacity building

Crossing Barriers- The Transdisciplinary Approach to Successful Early Intervention

Enabling Inclusion Child Development Webinar #1 Webinar presented on Saturday, January 22nd, 2022 by Franzina Coutinho OT, PhD and Marie Brien PT, MSc. Webinar Objectives: Be familiar with models of care in early intervention (EI) Understand the transdisciplinary approach Understand the essential elements of transdisciplinary approach Identify the benefits of a transdisciplinary rehab team Recognize

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capacity building

The Enabling Inclusion Child Development Webinar Series

The Enabling Inclusion Child Development Webinar Series The Enabling Inclusion Webinar Series was organized by Amar Seva Sangam and the University of Toronto (Canada)- International Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation (ICDR). Monthly webinars were conducted jointly by expert speakers from India and Canada from January to June 2022 and were supported by a Shastri Conference

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