We understand that the families of kids with special needs not only struggle physically and emotionally but also financially. We also believe that more than the efforts of the therapists, it is the dedication of the parents and the caregivers of these poor kids that help in the development of children with special needs. We are also aware that children with special needs and their parents face an uphill battle in making society accept that there are developmental conditions that have to be handled with a lot of patience, determination and love.
Through the organization, we would like to provide indigent families of kids with special needs ages 0 to 7 years old to have access to diagnostic ,therapy , tutorial services, as well as to the country’s top developmental pediatricians—all for free. For low-income and mid-income families, the organization can also evaluate a family's financial situation and offer subsidies (50%, 25%, 10%) as needed.
We have started reaching out to various institutions and organizations both private and public to help us with this cause. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimates that between 3 and 5% of the population has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD. Extrapolating the results would give us these figures below:
The NIMH also presented an alarming infographic that shows how serious ADHD is and why we would like to focus our efforts in helping families of kids with ADHD. Please read on this article here.
This organization would want to assist a sector that suffers from benign neglect. While they are mostly showered with love and attention, our society puts them to a life of helpless dependence for the rest of lives. Our aim is to change this mindset to prove that a combination of empathy, education and training can open up opportunities to allow these children to learn to take care for themselves and contribute to the well-being of society.
We hope you can join us in these efforts.