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Child’s Journey from Home Confinement to Learning Centre

Manjunath, 11 was born with cerebral palsy and mild mental retardation. Sama Foundation found him confined at home when four years ago it went from door to door to check for children with disability. For one year, educator Yashoda M.P. visited him regularly for home based education at his home in Ambedkar Nagar slums in Yelahanka, Bangalore.

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Stories for Change

Education to all

We aim to promote and enable inclusive education by changing the current system and practices of accessibility to schools and methodologies of teaching that are unfavourable to children with disabilities. We do this by advocating for inclusive education and through research and capacity building.

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Education to all
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Volunteer with Us

We aim to promote and enable inclusive education by changing the current system and practices of accessibility to schools and methodologies of teaching that are unfavourable to children with disabilities. We do this by advocating for inclusive education and through research and capacity building.

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Education for all 2

We aim to promote and enable inclusive education by changing the current system and practices of accessibility to schools and methodologies of teaching that are unfavourable to children with disabilities. We do this by advocating for inclusive education and through research and capacity building.

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Just Like Anyone

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Bridge Education center

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Nurturing self reliance

Nurturing self reliance

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'Dancing with the Peacock' - Book launch

We also now having 'Dancing with the Peacock' on Arvind Gupta's website for free download- http://arvindguptatoys.com/arvindgupta/dancing-peacock.pdf

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NEWS & EVENTS

Greeting Card Making Workshop with Mothers

Sama Foundation is trying to explore ways to help mothers of children studying at its two Bridge Education Centres to develop innovative ways of livelihood. Our aim is to evolve mother-run enterprises which would also fund the Bridge Centres, eventually helping us to achieve our aim of community-sustained Bridge Education centres for children with disability.

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News and Events

Fun-day Playing with Colours

Seventeen children of our Heggnahalli and Yalahanka Bridge Centres had a colour filled fun-day on 16 November 2013. We believe in innovative ways of sensory-education for our children with disability and this was an attempt at making our classroom more fun-filled. Children in our Bridge Education centres have various degrees of mental retardation, cerebral palsy, autism, learning disabilities and physical disabilities. The workshop involved children playing with water, water-

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Sama Staff Learns Sign Language

Since 6 December 2013, Nagarathna, a young sign language trainer from Cheshire Livelihood Resource Centre is in Sama Foundation every Friday to teach Sama’s staff how to communicate with deaf and dumb people. Nagarathna also works as an assistant counsellor at Cheshire and in 5 sessions plans to teach sign language to Sama staff. “They’ll learn at least 100 sign language words and this will help them in their basic communication with speech and hearing people,” she said.

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Sama Staff Learns Sign Language