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Par Handiplanet le 12/08/2010

Lebenshilfe Association, serving 454 mentally handicapped of all  Kinds with different ages (ages ranging from 2 years to 45 years)  for over 25 years, made internships available for overseas students  interested to study the possibilities available for developmentally  disabled people from third world countries.

All these retarded people hailing from poorer sections of the society will certainly generate sense of interest, opening new doors for learning and research in the related areas. The synthesis of methodologies drawn from all over the world and developed by the founder, T. Saraswathi Devi (Sarah), is unique to special education and proven successful.

 Innovative therapies developed at Lebenshilfe will ceratinly open gates for new ideas for the students coming from advanced countries.

Tiger Dance Therapy, developed 22 years ago, with a research value, is a new conceptual and therapeutic innovation, utilizing the ancient and traditional folk arts, promoting total mental as well as physical development. As most of the Tiger hunt jumps are close to yoga postures, it is drawing major focus over the similar results it is producing.

Other therapies like theatre, raga therapy, and the facilities from Nursery to vocational, will add value to the intern’s experience.

Lebenshilfe is located close to the seashore in a building generously allocated by municipal corporation of Visakhapatnam, a city of 1500,000 inhabitants, located on the Bay of Bengal, having a university, a harbor with ship-building facilities, providing a seat for many industries. It will certainly create interest in the students for  educational as well touristic reasons.

All these retarded people hailing from poorer sections of the society will certainly generate  a sense of interest, opening new doors for learning and research in  the related areas.

Valid certification will be provided by Lebenshilfe for submission to the concerned universities after completion of the voluntary working hours of service as per the university’s requirement. On-campus accommodation with cooking facilities will be provided at a very reasonable cost.

 Interested students may learn more about Lebenshilfe by contacting Eve Neuhaus at eve@peacedividend.com and roxannegupta@earthlink.net the overseas Co-ordinators of the project.

TSaraswati Devi

Langue d'origine : Français
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