What we do
We take great care to create an environment free from competition so that the students can take the time they need to build confidence and be self-reliant.
Our curriculum covers basic and social skills, language, numbers and functional academics. It is designed to nurture the creative potential in every student through a holistic approach.
HOPE offers pre-vocational and vocational training to equip children with skills to sustain themselves.
Students over 18 years of age are trained in one or more vocations depending on their abilities and preferences.
The vocational Units at our centers helps them develop the following skills:
We pay a monthly stipend to all the trainees.
HOPE students are trained in housekeeping, cleaning and gardening and involved in the upkeep of the premises.
At HOPE, we concentrate on teaching individuals based on their capabilities either on a one-to-one basis or in a group. Every student follows a customized training module and activities based on the general curriculum of the state education system.
HOPE imparts both academic and functional education to its residents. Several residents have been successful in clearing the secondary and higher secondary examinations of the state education board.
We aim to educate these children in an environment free from competition, which allows them time and confidence to be self-reliant.
We teach our students basic and social skills, language, numbers, and functional academics. Our curriculum is designed in a way that helps in developing the creative potential in each child through a holistic approach.
Daily Living Skills Training
At HOPE, we constantly endeavour to equip our students with skills to be self-sufficient. Emphasis is laid on ensuring students are well-versed in basic activities that are a part of our daily life. Counselling sessions and regular meetings with family members help in training the students to reduce dependence on their caregivers to a minimum.