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Recreational Activities for Intellectually Disabled Children

Volunteer Society Nepal has established a center for physically and intellectually disabled children. Our Center is located in Baneshwor (Kathmandu) and has 20 children at present, with all types of disabilities. These previously ignored and neglected disabled individuals have now been receiving special education. Volunteers have also offered physiotherapy services. And they also receive nutritious food such as fresh vegetables, fruits, and milk on a daily basis. They also go out and enjoy various activities.

Various activities

The disabled center is run by the Volunteer Society Nepal. It organizes various activities for the children at the center. Recently, the children were taken to a very old garden called “Ratnapark” in the heart of the city. The visit to the garden was quite refreshing and educational. With the increase of population in Kathmandu, open spaces are becoming very rare.

Volunteer Society Nepal offers volunteering opportunities to interested volunteers from all over the world. We give them a chance to provide great support to the disabled children in Nepal.

As a volunteer, you may:

  • Assist caregivers, and provide more education on care methods where necessary.
  • Work with the children to provide assistance with therapy, activity preparation, education on basic health and sanitation, academic assistance, and general care.
  • Provide physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, music therapy services.
  • Help to plan activities and outings for sightseeing, picnics, cultural sharing, reading stories and promoting a love of reading, conversational English with the children,
  • Help the children with their homework assignments etc. depending on the children’s abilities.
  • Provide vocational training and income Generating Programs
  • Organize recreational Activities-Audio-Visual aids, play, music, and games.

Recreational Activities for Intellectually Disabled Children