Monday, 9 April 2012

Hello All,

finally started the reaching out process !

This page intents to create a network of people who can help each other to find support and care for children with learning issues.

4 comments:

  1. Hi Afshan....I am glad to hear this great news. I congratulate you on this beautiful leap of your life. Well done !!!!!!! :-)
    Regards
    Seher

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  2. Hi Afshan! Gone through the website. congrats. Let's help more and more parents and children.
    All the best.
    neela

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  3. First of all I convey my heartfull congrats for starting Ripples.

    Vidhyanjali at Hyderabad is offering Remedial Education on regular day time:

    Remedial Teaching is needed for the children who do not progress well in schools.

    The slow learners need the process of education to his learning capabilities. That is they need Remedial Teaching. A Remedial Teacher can increase the interest of the child and design the material to study meeting the requirements of the child.

    If the grown up child did not develop the reading abilities in regular schools till 6th or 7th class, the best alternative is to prepare the child for National Institute of Open Schools so that the child will not have to suffer the stress of regular syllabus of the schools and avoid failures.

    But there are very less schools teaching the NIOS syllabus on regular day time basis.

    One among those schools is

    VIDHYANJALI

    for children with Learning Difficulties.

    The centre takes necessary efforts to support students to complete their matriculation certification by preparing them for National Institute of Open Schooling Examination.
    Address: 7-1-68/2, Dharamkaram Road, Ameerpet, Hyderabad – 500 016.
    Phone nos.040-65165536 Mobile:98490 48830.
    Principal: Mrs. Shashi Gupta.

    e-mail: vidhyanjali@live.com
    website: www.vidhyanjali.com

    As per the principal Mrs.Shashi Gupta, Vidhyanjali is not a school, it is a home where children come with their smiles and sorrows and leave with achievements, successes and satisfaction.

    I have updated about this in my blog: www.slowlearnersaid.blogspot.in

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  4. I wish best of luck for starting Ripples.

    Sri.

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