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Welcome to NAVKRITI- Vocational Training and Recreational Programme for Young Adults (earlier known as Swavlamban: Self Reliance)

In addition to the therapy component, AAROH has established a vocational training and rehabilitation unit which has been running successfully since 1994. The unit is fully functional with a complete range of equipment, some of which has been customized for our needs. Apart from keeping the adult beneficiaries duly occupied and motivated, these facilities are also very useful for pre-vocational training of students. Over the years, efforts of the vocational instructors and special educators have led to notable success with getting some Navjyoti graduates gainfully employed.

The vocational training course combined with structured activities is designed to suit individual needs and aptitude of students. Best efforts are made to prepare young adults to lead a life with dignity as far as possible.

The basic goal of the vocational programme is to make the young adults more self reliant so that they are not looked down upon by society or the family. Keeping that in view, the training programme is holistic and attempts to equip each student with the necessary skills that allow her/him to function well in a work environment.

Recreational Programme
The recreational programme is an added endeavour to encourage the young adults to express themselves in an unrestricted environment and do whatever they feel like, through the creative activities such as dance, drama, music, singing, painting and computers, puzzles, games, picnics, outings, movies, and fun activities.

MISSION

  • Bringing intellectually disabled adults into the mainstream of society by creating a training and rehabilitation environment that is conducive for flow of resources and support from society and enhancing and accelerating interaction with other parts of society such as potential employers.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

  • To involve the mentally challenged person in different social, cultural and vocational activities so as to enable their latent potential to bloom.
  • To provide Parent counselling, guidance and training to make them more efficient and effective to handle their ward, and make them aware about their rights.