12 million children are differently abled in India. Over the coming years, it will only be increasing. Out of these, 75% of children with disabilities stayed at home and were not able to attend classes pre-covid. Only 1% of children with special needs in India have access to quality education. Children with special needs have limited study materials that can be accessed remotely. This stands as a challenge in their core development.
Meet SEEKH! A service to empower parents of children with special needs by facilitating remote education for them. SEEKH provides a tailored support and guidance platform through child development experts using an app. The kit allows parents to smoothly execute the guidance (which can also be done with common things lying around the house). It actively engages in the 4 most important factors of childhood interventions: training, follow-up, materials, and engagement. The service can be broken into 3 main parts, being the Application, Specialists, and a portable teaching learning material Kit.
While this is made keeping children with special needs in mind, it is not limited to them and can benefit any child.
COVID19, development, education, remote, Special needs