UDAI (Working together works) is a Non-Profit Charitable Trust established on 4th March 2013, which works for children and young adults with Special Needs. We build hope, strength, joy and encourage our students & their families to understand, accept and celebrate being different.
To rise above the challenges, focus on possibilities, restructure the abilities and create an equal & inclusive society for all.
We envision a world where there is acceptance of the able, not the label and these special people get opportunities for survival, development, participation, and being self-reliant.
Our Latest Programs
“Ek Prayas” - Rotary Skill Centre for Young Adults With Special Needs
The students who are above 14 years are assessed and evaluated for trainability. The Objectives of the centre:
• To empower persons and families with intellectual disabilities.
• To promote inclusion and ensure their human rights through community-based rehabilitation and inclusive education.
• Training and making them self-reliant.
Training & Employment is most important because having skills & job enhances social & financial status. Adult with Disabilities will become productive members in the family and it increases their self-esteem & promotes individual growth. The methodology includes several levels of training and development, as well as internal income-generating activities and outside job placement. We have a team of certified special educators, vocational trainers & computer teachers.
We Offer a Variety of Programs for Children With Special Needs Administered by Experienced Facilitators and Staff.
-Mrs. Seema Suri, mother of Devanshi Suri, aged 16 years diagnosed with ID. Joined UDAI in 2018
Thankyou Team Udai.
Feedback by Mrs. Priyanka Mulani, mother of Drishti, young adult with severe intellectual disability also affected with diabetes.