Adapt

working to create an inclusive disability friendly nation

WHO WE ARE

ADAPT, formerly The Spastics Society of India, was founded by Dr. Mithu Alur in 1972. Over three decades, from a special school started with three children, it has grown to become one of the foremost non - profit organizations in the country, providing services for more than 3000 children and 10,000 families.

Our services include assessment, infant stimulation, therapy, counseling, inclusive education, skills training and job placement, continuum of support services and home management programmes for children and young adults with disability.

“Working to create an inclusive, disability-friendly nation, from inclusive education to inclusive employment”.

Upcoming Events

6th October

Adapt Achievement Awards

6 th October 2018 marks World Cerebral Palsy Day (WCP) and to celebrate this day, ADAPT has instituted the ADAPT Achievement Awards that recognise the achievements of both; individuals living with cerebral palsy and the organisations that are working towards creating an inclusive and supportive community.

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22nd June

Parents Empowerment Program under CITI Project

This two days training every Friday & Saturday starting from 22nd June, 2018 for next four weeks

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2nd July

Swatchata Pakhwada under the guidelines from the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural gas.

Various activities on cleanliness will be carried out by the beneficiaries in the first fortnight of July beginning with a Swatchata Pledge on the 2nd of July

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