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Supporting children with special needs in rural India.

Holistic Programs
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Details about this program

EI
Sponsor a Child

Sponsor a child with disabilities to access Early Intervention (EI) therapy services.

MFAD
Feed Children with Disabilities on a Special Day

Choose to celebrate special occasions by offering meals to children through Campus Feeding or Meal for a Day (MFAD).

AD
Donate an Assistive Device

Donate towards providing assistive devices (e.g., wheelchairs, postural devices, hearing aids, etc.) through the Assistive Device (AD) program.

VP
Volunteering and Clinical Placements

Inviting people of all ages to experience our enriching volunteer programs.

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Save the date for the upcoming Fundraiser - Sunday, Oct 30, 2022.
Please see below for details.

Handi-Care Intl. is a registered Canadian charity that is run exclusively by volunteers, enabling us to keep admin charges below 3%. We are dedicated to empowering children with disabilities by building partnerships, fundraising for projects and implementing programs in low resource settings primarily in India. We liaison with major Canadian Universities to facilitate clinical placements and promote volunteerism.

Our Focus is:

For children and youth with disabilities in rural India.

How Can You Get Involved?

In addition to donating, here are some other ways to support Handi-Care Intl.

Experience Volunteering and Clinical Placements

A great opportunity to practice and offer your skills to help those in need in India. Involve yourself in a life-changing educational and cultural experience that will expand your horizons, and enhance your knowledge.

Participate in our Holistic Programs

Benefit from the weekly talk by Amita Gupta, a renowned scholar in Ayurveda and Natural healing. She shares an abundance of information on management of various day to day ailments. Join by zoom every Wednesday at 11 am. Meeting # 827 086 5065 Password: 123456

Fundraiser - Sunday, Oct 30

EMAJJIN Children's Foundation Hosts a Fundraising event for Handi-Care Intl., On Sunday, Oct 30, 2022, HCI. All proceeds will go towards our Assistive devices for children with special needs

Sponsoring a child with disabilities helps with: Food and clothing expenses, Education, Vocational training, Recreational, Medical and rehabilitation expenses. Please look through the options available.

Your donation can be used to sponsor a child, feed a facility, fund assistive devices, etc. Every dollar makes an impact!

Experience a life-changing educational and cultural experience that will expand your horizons, and enhance your knowledge.

A Few of Our Success Stories

Diagnosed with a hearing disability, Ayisha initially expressed difficulty with receptive and expressive language skills when initially joining HCI. After joining the AD Program, she is now able to hear clearly and speak fluently due to a custom fitted hearing aid and extensive speech therapy.

Ayisha Naseema (she/her), Assistive Devices Program

Diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Aljasia did not have any independent mobility, was completely dependent on ADLs. After joining HCI's EI Program at 3 years old, she has greatly improved her gross motor skills, speak fluently, etc. She now attends Sangamam School.

Aljasia (she/her), EI Program

Diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Aljasia did not have any independent mobility, was completely dependent on ADLs. After joining HCI's EI Program, she has now achieved high levels in gross motor skills, speech, and functional independence. She now attends a mainstream school!

Anbarasi (she/her), EI Program

Diagnosed with an Intellectual Disability, Bala had difficulties communicating and mingling with his peers. After joining HCI's EI Program at 4 years old and being trained in Special Education and Functional Independence, he can now communicate freely and is enrolled in a mainstream school.

Bala (he/him), EI Program

Diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and an Intellectual Disability, Isaivani was partially dependent on ADLs, and difficulty with paying attention. After joining the EI program at 3 years old, she is completely independent for most day-to-day activities and is enrolled in a mainstream school.

Isaivani (she/her), EI Program

Diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Jothika did not have any independent mobility, and was partially dependent on ADLs. After joining HCI's EI Program, she is able to walk without support and independent in ADLs. She now attends a mainstream school!

Jothika Sri (she/her), EI Program

Diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and an Intellectual Disability, Karthik was partially dependent in day-to-day activities, and did not have any independent mobility. After joining the EI program at 8 years old, he is now able to walk without support, is independent and is enrolled in a mainstream school.

Karthik (he/him), EI Program

Diagnosed with Locomotor Disability, Karthik was partially dependent in ADLs, with no independent mobility. After joining the EI program at 2 years old, he is now able to walk without support, is independent and is enrolled in a mainstream school.

Kavisan (he/him), EI Program

Diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and an Intellectual Disability, Mahalakshmi was completely dependent in ADLs, and did not have any independent mobility. After joining the EI program at 5 years old, she is now able to walk without support, is independent and is enrolled in a mainstream school.

Mahalakshmi (she/her), EI Program

Diagnosed with multiple disabilities, S Agilesh was completely dependent in ADLs, did not have any independent mobility, and expressed his needs through gestures only. After joining the EI program, he now speaks fluently and is enrolled in school, and can walk without support.

S Agilesh (he/him), EI Program

Diagnosed with an Intellectual Disability, B Sakthibala was completely dependent in day-to-day activities, and have difficulties communicating with others. After joining the EI program at 4 years old, he is now able to walk independently on ADLs, talk in sentences, and is enrolled in a mainstream school.

B Sakthibala (he/him), EI Program

Living with low vision, Santhiyalakshmi was partially dependent in ADLs, had a reduced visual field, and difficulty with visual tasks. After joining the EI program, she was able to get surgery for one eye and wears correcting lenses. She is now completely independent in ADLs and goes to school.

Santhiyalakshmi (she/her), EI Program

Diagnosed with an Intellectual Disability, Sowbiya was completely dependent in day-to-day activities, and did not have any independent mobility. After joining the EI program at 2 years old, she is now able to walk and perform tasks independently, and is now enrolled in a mainstream school.

Sowbiya (she/her), EI Program

Diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and an Intellectual Disability, Sujith K was partially dependent in ADLs, was not independently mobile, and had a short attention span. After joining the EI program at 5 years old, he is now independent in day-to-day activities, and pays good attention in school.

Sujith K (he/him), EI Program

Diagnosed with an Intellectual Disability, Thanga was partially dependent in daily rasks, was not independently mobile, and had a short attention span. After joining the EI program at 5 years old, he is now able to walk and perform tasks independently, and is now enrolled in a mainstream school.

Thanga Mupidathi (he/him), EI Program

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    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    You have a choice to donating to various causes such as Sponsoring a Child, Assistive Devices, Sponsoring Meals for children with special needs, supporting the Early Intervention Program, etc.

    You can donate through PayPal/Credit Card, the PayPal Giving Fund, or eTransfer.

    Explore our “Get Involved” section in our menu to learn more!

    A technology leveraged solution to maximize each developmental delayed child’s potential for functional independence, participation and inclusion in community / school.

    To learn more, watch the clip linked below:

    Enabling Inclusion App Demo

    Check out our placements option in the menu. Here, you can learn more about general volunteering and clinical placements!

    Yes. Currently, clinical placements are available for students who are in their Master’s Program, in physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and in speech language and pathology from all Universities across Canada. More information about placements can be found under Placements > Clinical Placements on the menu bar.

    Yes. Volunteer placements are available for any/all high school and university students across Canada. Through these placements, volunteers will build invaluable leadership skills, gain cultural insights, cultivate lifelong friendships, and have fun. More information about placements can be found under Placements > General Volunteering on the menu bar.

    Didn’t answer your question? Feel free to send us an email of your question at info@handicareintl.org.

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