Vocational, Informative, Activities
Empowering the special world
VIA Program is first of its kind online interactive program for the specially abled children and their families, that was kicked off during the COVID-19 lockdown. As the title suggests, the program was designed to engage, enlighten, and entertain the children and their families through a set of informative, vocational and fun activities. The topics that was touched upon from the session ranged from basic programming skills to Artificial Intelligence, from physical health maintenance to stress management, from easy-to-do crafts to sharpening the cooking skills. The VIA program also witnessed many eminent personalities, who are virtuosos is their area of work, finding time to interact with the children and their caregivers on various topics.
A glimpse into the VIA sessions:
· Stress Management
· Maintaining Physical Health
· Dental Care
· Healthy Eating and Proper Diet
· Mind and Body Care
· Vocational IT Skills
· Simple crafts
· Baking and Cooking
· Basic programming
· Artificial Intelligence experiments
· Art of nurturing positivity
To view the videos on the topics covered in the VIA program, please proceed to the VIA video sessions.
We hosted by Dr. Mohammed Asheel, Gopinath Muthukad, Jude Anthany Joseph, Grandmaster GS Pradeep, P H Kurian IAS, Dinesh Thampi, Dr. Sindhu Vijayakumar, Robin Tommy, Lisa Joji, Dr. Mary Anitha, Fr. Roy Vadakkel, John Joshy and many more.
VIA Session Videos
TIMES OF INDIA covers VIA PROGRAM
VIA Program, a collaborative initiative by Punarjeeva Technology Solutions and Adarsh School has been highlighted in the Times of India, Kerala Edition on April 13th 2020.
“FIRST OF ITS KIND PROGRAM SUPPORTING THE ENTIRE SPECIAL CHILDREN AND FAMILY IN KERALA DURING THE COVID AND LOCKDOWN. HELPED THEM SUPPORT MENTALLY AND ALSO DO THE THERAPY, TRAINING AND EXERCISES"
P MAHADEVAN, CHAIRMAN, SAI REHABILITATION, KERALA
“VIA PROGRAM AS ITS NAME IS A JOURNEY SUPPORTING THE SPECIAL FAMILY WITH VOCATIONAL, INFORMATIVE AND ACTIVITY BASED SESSIONS DURING THE LOCKDOWN. VERY DIFFERENT PROGRAM WITH A GREAT OUTLOOK"
FR. ROY VADAKKEL, DIRECTOR, CARE HOMES AND SPECIAL SCHOOLS, KERALA