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Featured on 11th June, 2020 in FirstPost

Snehadhara Foundation has always been ahead of the “sensitivity curve”, constantly assessing and reassessing what’s best for our children. Aware of how often those of us in the disability sector fail to feature in the government’s policy radar, we’ve ensured that the online sessions we’ve created during the lockdown are holistic, therapeutic, educational and with a generous dose of fun.

Firstpost.com has done an extensive, exhaustive piece on how those of us in the disability sector have had to transition to online sessions even as we do not fall under the conventional purview of the education industry. We help in therapy, in healing, in education, in nurturing and in counselling…areas that go well beyond what education literally means.

Featured on 14th May in The Peninsula, Qatar’s Daily Newspaper

Leaders from progressive schools around the world have gathered for a Qatar Foundation webinar that highlighted how – in a COVID-19 era that has seen education shift online – children and their parents are beginning to help shape their own learning environments.

Qatar Foundation’s (QF) Pre-University Education (PUE) hosted the Leading Educational Advancement in Progressive Schools (LEAPS) Webinar which brought together six experts from five different countries to address some of the effects of the pandemic on schools globally. Leaders from progressive schools around the world highlighted how – in a COVID-19 era that has seen education shift online – children and their parents are beginning to help shape their own learning environments.

Kannada Weekly Magazine 'Sudha'

 

We are delighted to be able to support the path-breaking work of Prameya Health Pvt. Ltd. in facilitating the wellness of cancer patients, survivors and caregivers, through our kit of artistic practices put together over the years of working towards psycho-social wellness through multi-arts. We congratulate renowned oncologists Dr. Sandhya Ravi and Dr. Bapsi, the founders of Prameya, on their deeply nourishing work for and with women who have survived or are being treated for cancer. The detailed coverage of the same in the Sudha magazine also visually featured our work with them.

For an Education that displays the abilities of Being

El Cisne Newspaper on Sep 26th, 2019

(The El Cisne newspaper is distributed throughout the Argentine Republic, as well as in Latin American countries, with a monthly circulation of 38,000 copies.The Swan its  monthly publication dedicated exclusively to the theme of disability and distributed throughout Latin America.)

What Better Than The Arts?

medium.com on March 1, 2019

Drama Therapy Gives Expression to Latent Feelings

The Economic Times, Sep 26, 2016

Art beats for them

Deccan Herald, August 06, 2016

Adventure therapy and special needs

Disability NGOs Alliance Newsletter, June 2016 

Learning through song & dance

Bangalore Mirror Bureau | Jun 21, 2015

An all-inclusive Animal Farm

The Hindu, Oct 17, 2015

Moving Stories from an Educator

The New Indian Express, 04 September 2014

Art Courses for Children with Special Needs

The New Indian Express, 11 September 2014

Snehadhara: Compassionate Learning Through the Arts

The New Indian Express, 11 September 2014

HEALING THROUGH ART

 ART ZOLO’S BLOG, 15TH APRIL 2014

An Alternate Rhythm

The Hindu, Jan 7th 2014