• Child Guidance Centre this year entered its 34th year of functioning. There was a significant structural development in the school. The Special School now has its new building which in due course of time is expected to expand further.

  • The New School Building at Peerzadiguda

  • This year the school strength has reached a remarkable figure of 190. However we find ourselves serving a limited population and hope to serve more in our near future.

  • A new unit has been added to our school this year- The Hydrotherapy Unit. This unit will be especially useful for the children with Cerebral Palsy.

  • The school this year with the cooperation of the Rotary Club have successfully distributed free wheel chairs, splints, walkers, and tricycles to the children with Cerebral Palsy.

  • Ms Mary Deputy General Secretary, Child Guidance Centre has been elected as a member of the Child Welfare Committee of the Ranga Reddy District.

  • Twenty-three students participated in the Special Olympics conducted at the district level at the RRC gardens. Out of these students 19 got prizes for various events such as Soft Ball throw, Bocce, Shot Put and Running. Thirty students participated in the Uncle Babji’s “All India Child Art Contest-2006 and obtained prizes.

  • Student receiving the medal for Painting First Prize

  • This academic year thirty students have written the A.P Open School Examinations. Sixteen students wrote the 7th standard examinations, 2 have written the 6th standard exams, while 14 have written the 9th standard examinations.

  • Preventive Medicines for Chikangunya and Dengue was distributed by the team of CGC at Machlipatnam and in the areas of the Ranga Reddy District. Information regarding the fever and causes was provided through songs and body theater. Charts were prepared regarding the causes and importance of keeping the environment clean and green was explained to the people. About 1000 people were given free homeopathic pills for prevention of the fever.

  • Awareness of Chikangunya through
    Distribution of preventive pills

    Body Theatre

  • Community Based Rehabilitation Programs have been an integral part of the regular programs conducted at Child Guidance Centre. This year CBR camps were conducted in the villages of Chagala, Ghanapur, Tanderapally, Atmakur , Akkampeta and Nashrikallu in the Warangal district of Andhra Pradesh. The villages in the Guntur district which were selected for the camps are Nizamapatnam, Palley Pallam, Chandra Mouli Nagar, Nakshatra Nagar, Gunapthippa and Nakshatra Nagar were the villages where the camp was conducted. About 150-disabled population were identified and appropriate referrals and intervention programs were given to them.

  • Community Based Rehabilitation Camps

  • Regular Door-to-Door Surveys are conducted to create awareness among the people on Disability. Information regarding the availability of rehabilitation services is provided.

    Door to Door Surveys

  • As a part of Disabled Week Celebrations, Interschool Competitions in Drawing, Singing, and Waste Reuse was conducted at the school premises. Nearly seventy students from different schools in the twin cities participated in the competitions.

  • Dr Ranjan Babu-Patron of CGC Presiding over the Disabled Week Celebrations

    Children participating in the Drawing Competition

  • On the occasion of Children’s Day 145 staff and students were taken out for a picnic to Dhola-ri-Dhani.

  • Staff and Children with parents
    at Dhola-ri-Dhani

    Students enjoying dancing to the
    beat of the Dhol at Dhola-ri-Dhani

  • A workshop was conducted for 50 students of Dr Ranjan Babu Vocational Junior college On Youth Empowerment on Disabilities.

  • A workshop was conducted by the internship students Kim and Manon, from Hugeschool, Utrecht-Holland on “Cesar Remedial Therapy Program”.

  • Thirty four students and staff from Child Guidance Centre went to Bhadrachalam and Polavaram Project for an Excursion.

    Students and Staff at Parnashala - Bhadrachalam

    Students dancing on the Cruise at Papikondalu

  • Eighty students and staff from the school attended the Carnival Disha at the Railway Recreation Club Grounds. The school was adjudged as having the Best Stall. The children obtained second prize in the interschool dance Competition (Bhangra Dance).

  • Students doing Bhangra at the Carnival Disha

    The CGC stall at the Carnival which was adjudged as the BEST STALL(Bhangra Dance- 2nd Prize)

    The students being awarded for the Best Stall

    Mr Ziya conducting the Workshop on RBM

  • A Workshop On “Result Based Management” Planning By Mr Ziya from the
    Association for Stimulating Know How

  • Ms Mary, Deputy General Secretary-CGC, Ms Jainny, Principal - RVJC and Ms Nithi, Psychologist-CGC attended a two day National Workshop on “Educational Technology” at Bangalore.

  • Success leads success. Success is the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution. Child Guidance Centre’s journey over the years has been a saga of success unprecedented in the history of the teaching, training and rehabilitation of the mentally challenged. To rise from an impediment situation when Dr Frank Viswanath and his team took charge a few years back, overcoming many an obstacles and reach a place of eminence in the rehabilitation field, undisputed leader shows its strength of legendry character and tenacity of purpose.

    The indomitable spirit and influencing courage of Shri Frank Vishwanath to emerge as the leader par excellence in “reaching the unreached”, rehabilitating orphans, old age people, intellectually challenged, upliftment of handicapped conducting medical, eye, dental camps, creating AIDS/HIV awareness, giving helping hand (Cheyutha-Income Generating Programme) to the parents of handicapped is unmatched in the history of rehabilitation. All these years witnessed many moments of trial and tribulations and transformation to the path of excellence would not have been possible but for the dedicated, determined and devoted efforts of the CGC collective, affectionate, meticulous, motherly care, human fraternal concern of General Secretary and Administration.

    We are happy to share that a joint cooperation has been materialized with Utrecht University, to share new ideas and skills to incorporate into our teaching and professional skills. We thank the well wishers especially Papers family and Hubers family for their kind concern. We also thank the Melkote family for their continuous guidance. We also thank the Melkote family for their continuous guidance. We also thank our local donors and philanthropists who have supported our cause.

    Future Projects:
    Today as we widen our horizons to many of handicapped sections by starting vocational school wherein Vocational training will be imparted to poor deserving handicapped with preference to remote village handicapped. Now retail business is controlled by middleman, wherein the farmer produces the goods and the consumer are at lose due to his involvement. If a system is introduced by purchasing products directly from the farmer/manufacturer the profits can be enjoyed by the consumer directly.

    We are ever on the move to reach the unreached and our doors are always open for the betterment of people at large and for the handicapped, orphans and old age people in particular.

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