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Experiential Learning-for Differently Abled Children

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An outgoing Experiential program for learning was oraganised by Breakthrough for specially abled children on 2nd December 2013, on the eve of the World Disability Day. Breakthrough is a noteworthy service provider for Outbound training. Its mission is to have an impact on the lives of corporates, schools, colleges, NGOs. This mission has lead four NGOs, Rakkam, U&I, Asha Kiran and Provision Asia to be invited for their participation in the event that was meant to create experience that was full of fun. "Breaking barriers, Open Doors: for an inclusive society and development for all," was the theme set by UN for the World Disability Day, which the program followed.

Inder, a winner who overcame his disability of being speech impaired and Spastic, was the guest of honor. Inder's victory over his disability helped him to be considered as an assistant supervisor in the division of packing in a leading organisation. This job is the source of support for him and his family now. He inspired the children at the program. Breakthrough's Founder and CEO, Robin Paul said "Today on the eve of world Disability Day, Breakthrough is happy to create an environment of fun and learning for the Differently Abled Children. A few years ago a child who had never spoken a word from Baldwin Opportunity School, spoke his first word during one of the activities at Breakthrough. We hope that we have made a positive difference to the children who came to Breakthrough today".

Differently Abled Children's breakthrough learning

Adventure and fun is a way to impact lives of the Differently Abled Children, is what Breakthrough believes in. Power-laden experiences were conducted during the program for children. There was low ropes course along with other distinctive emery-laden activities in the program for children to experience,

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