Autism and its impact on those affected by it, is a matter of great concern today. It is a condition that has existed for quite some time, but was bought into mainstream conversation, only after a very popular Bollywood film made Autism a central story.
But things are changing in a positive way and proof of this change is the Radhka Foundation for Assisted Living. Set up on July 7th 2019, it is a dream project of the dynamic brother-sister duo Lakshya Chandna and Divya Chandna.
• Spread over 5 acres of lush green space at Hassanpur Taoru in Gurugram
• Fully air-conditioned
• Healthy organic dining offered
• Well maintained recreation and leisure spaces
• In house laundry facility
• In house salon services
• 24 x 7 CCTV monitoring and trained wardens on duty
• On call housekeeping staff
• Power back up
• 24 x 7 medical assistance and attendants
• Responsive emergency services
Activity is the best Therapy – this belief is the cornerstone on which the foundation rests…
“Radhka Foundation has evolved from taking care of just 1 child to taking care of more than
50 autistic children. The facility and the trained staff are all geared towards making life not just comfortable, but also meaningful for the children…” Shares Lakshya.
Research has proved that combining medicine with daily mental and physical activities, can go a long way in putting the child on the road to improving. With this in mind the foundation has created a whole set of activities to keep the child’s mind and body, fresh and agile.
It has a great set of enjoyable Yoga and Gym sessions. Immersive, free flowing sessions in the form of Speech Therapy, Music Therapy, Dance Therapy, Art Therapy and Pet Therapy. Cognitive skills enhancing Art & Craft sessions. Knowledge sessions with Vocational Training and a whole lot more.
Creating unique and inclusive spaces for a community living experience that can be a game changer in autistic caretaking…
RADHAKA FOUNDATION as a premier facility for autism care and awareness, has over the years consistently set high benchmarks in the care and well-being of autistic children, across all age groups.
The think tank at the foundation, which is always exploring ways and means to enhance the life experience of the autistic children on the premises, has come up with an innovative plan.
In what could be a stepping stone for the future of community living, work is on to create the RGV RADHKA Guardian Village Space. This will be a concept living space called “Guardian Village.”
A community living endeavor of a different level, the Village will offer families with the best of accommodation and living amenities, so as to encourage them to also come and stay for as long as they want, with their autistic family members.
Says Divya, “We see this space creating a very promising environment for the children. It will also educate the families to learn about how to take care of their special children, the right way.”
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