Sixteen years ago in 1999, Ponty Chadha established Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan (MBCN) with an aim to empower the differently-abled children. Since then the organization has supported children with special needs physically, mentally and emotionally. The rehabilitation therapies and our inclusive education model have helped a number of students.
These children are given care and support with the rehabilitative approach that gives them a right direction and a place in the society. One child prodigy is Kartik Verma who became the youngest Kung-Fu trainer in India and has plans to take professional Shifu training. Also, three students from MBCN, Rajan Jha, Shrey Kadian and Praveen Nailwal, won gold and bronze medals at the 2015 Special Olympics.
Here are the five therapies and routines that help the students at MBCN:
The training empowers such individuals economically as the handmade creations are sold at a store in Wave Centerstage Mall, Noida. Also, there are many brands that source their carry bags and box requirements from our school. The benefit of these consignments goes directly out to our former students in the form of stipend. This gesture hikes their confidence and establishes their worth as an earning member of their respective families. This ways, the students are empowered economically at MBCN.
These action-oriented therapies and trainings aim at the rehabilitation and mainstream inclusion of special children. This is our way of bringing a wave of change #WaveOfChange and empowering the differently-abled children.