ADAPT, formerly The Spastics Society of India, was founded by Dr Mithu Alur in 1972. Over three decades, this special school, which started with just three students, today has grown to become one of India’s foremost non-profit organisations. At present, the organisation provides services to more than 3,000 children and 10,000 families. These include assessment, infant stimulation, therapy, counselling, inclusive education, skills training and job placement, continuum of support services and home management programmes for children and young adults with disability.
For Ekta, it’s been a privilege to be associated with this NGO and partner with them in their needs. Constructing the compound wall for the Bandra centre, has been karmic for the team at EKTA world. The group which builds houses for many is more than happy to be add to the structure of organisation that is working toward the betterment of the society.