Chaitanya Mano Vikasa Kendra

Chaitanya Mano Vikasa Kendra is a day school for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and learning disabilities in an urban setting in Bangalore, India. The school provides an educational program for children aged 4 to 16 years. It has a trained staff of three: a head teacher, an assistant teacher and a teacher aide.

The school supports an economically disadvantaged population. Families pay a small fee to cover school supplies but the school is primarily supported by charitable contributions and fund-raising activities organized by Chaitanya Educational Foundation in USA and Chaitanya Trust in India.

Children at Chaitanya Mano Vikasa Kendra typically have disabilities in the following categories:

  • Intellectual and developmental disabilities caused by damage to,
    or improper development of the brain that happens найти работу в новокузнецке prenatally, during birth or right after birth. They can also be caused by infections or accidents during the first few years of life.
  • Learning disabilities leading to difficulty in reading, writing, or calculating without having any sensory deficits or intellectual and developmental disabilities.