Snehalaya provides rehabilitation and education to the children with disabilities with love and care. It provides residence
to 55 children. It provides various therapies to the children.
The Dream of Snehalaya is to “Dispel the darkness of the disability” through holistic development, education, mainly focusing on Inclusive set up where equal opportunities are created for children with Cerebral Palsy and with Multiple disabilities; thus empowering them to make their life worth-living and be acknowledged in and by the society and the world at large. Snehalaya provides rehabilitation programmes – therapeutical care to the children for their physical development. It also provides training, guidance, counselling and emotional support to parents of these children to carry out home based intervention. Snehalaya runs Community Based Rehabilitation Centres in the villages and Day Care Centres in the town/city.
On January 6, 2016, CCI held a blood donation camp. Recognizing the need for blood and shortage of supply for emergency cases, 43 employees stepped forward and donated blood to help the noble cause.
On the 8th July 2019, we had Snehalaya children coming to CCI for the Drawing Competition.
It all began when the CSR team at CCI was discussing some activity to be conducted to increase the participation of the CCI employees, and suddenly we thought that the staff and Snehalaya children Drawing competition can help us do that. Staff children and Snehalaya Drawing Competition was one of the Best events that I have attended at CCI. We had the children from Snehalaya arriving at 11:00am (IST) and the they were schedule to leave from CCI at 12:30pm; however the Children were not ready to leave the premises as they were enjoying every minute that they had at CCI.
The topic for the Drawing Competition was ‘Color Your Dream’ and it was absolutely a splendid experience to see all the dream being painted on the blank paper sheets. At the end of the competition, we did not have any white blank sheets all were used by all the children. The children were playing and running about with the drawing sheets to show it to their parents and also to their new friends from Snehalaya.
The CCI premises turned into a Playschool for those 3 -4 hours. We had children bot of the staff members and that of Snehalaya playing together, running from one corner of the floor to the other.