We believe that children with disabilities can
reach their maximum potential and be included in society
We believe that every child has hope at Ummeed
We believe if given access to services every
child has a chance
46 participants in the 55 Km walk For UMMEED 2015, exceeded their expectations with 19 of the Walkers having completed the entire 55 Kms and 22 walkers doing between 32 and 44 Kms.
The annual “55 km Walk For UMMEED” 2015 will be held on 17th January,2015 in Goa.
The route for the Walk is (more…)
The Mumbai Indians Team and Reliance Foundation Provides Funding support to Ummeed’s Early Intervention Center (EIC) under the Foundation’s initiative – Education For All .
Ummeed’s Director, Training, Dr. Anjali Joshi was awarded the prestigious SPANDAN award under Best Individual-Professional female category for her work in the field of Autism.
SPANDAN – ‘Special Performance Awards in National Trust Centric Disabilities Activities and Networking’ is given is given in two categories: Best Individual and Best Organisations working n the field of disability.
The National Trust is an autonomous organization of the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India, set up under the “National Trust for the Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities” Act (Act 44 of 1999). The National Trust works for the welfare of persons with autism, cerebral palsy, mental retardation and multipledisabilities.
Ummeed was invited as an expert in the area for two meetings at the WHO in 2013. In January, at a meeting on Early Childhood Development at the WHO, Geneva, Dr. Vibha Krishnamurthy presented the Ummeed model of training community health workers in ECD to a global gathering of experts.
In September, Ummeed was once again invited to speak at a global meeting of experts on Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental disorders, where we presented our work on the Guide for Monitoring Child Development.