Our Story

OUR VISION

THE vision of Aakansha is kaleidoscopic, providing need based intervention and training to the persons with disabilities by reaching to the unreached.

Our Story

Established in the year 1994, conceptualized and initiated by Mr K.K Nayak (Managing Editor, Dainik Bhasker), the institute strives to develop the innate potential in individuals with intellectual disabilities empowering them towards better futures.

OUR PARTNERS / FUNDERS / DONORS- DROP THE PHOTO OF LIONS SCHOOL
  • SENSE INTERNATIONAL INDIA , AHEMADABAD
  • AMWAY OPPORTUNITIES FOUNDATION
  • PAUL HAMLYN FOUNDATION
  • GOVERNMENT OF CHHATTISGARH
  • HIRA GROUP
  • MAHAMAYA STEEL INDUSTRIES
  • INDIVIDUALS

WHAT WE DO

DAY CARE SCHOOL

The Aakansha School is a day care school for the differently abled children. The Institute currently holds over 100 students. The children are placed into classes as per the guidelines of National Institute for Empowerment of Persons with Multiple Disabilities (NIEPMD)) formerly known as NIHH trained in various aspects, which ...

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OPD THERAPY CENTRE

The therapy centre caters to a variety of children, with parents coming from far-flung areas for therapeutic services. It caters to children who need wide range of services starting from early intervention to rehabilitation. The therapists monitor the improvement closely and stress on weaker areas of improvement to ensure ...

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Diploma in Special Education

We run a certified course in training teachers and guides to take care of individuals in care giving for the specially able children. Our trainees are provided project work where they must work with our teachers and learn the ways of caring for the children. They are given tasks where they must find ways to teach the children ...

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Rural Centres

Services provided in Outreach Centres

Persons with special needs (PWSN) in rural areas generally do not have access to appropriate facilities. As a result, optimum development of their inherent potential becomes difficult and they themselves as well as their families suffer. Aakanksha perceived this ...

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