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Cognitive Assessment

Hand2Hand Home of Grace

Onsite in House No: 183/1, Flat No: 2, First Floor, IGNOU Road, Nebsarai, New Delhi - 110068.
12 Feb 2018 This opportunity is no longer available Share
12 Feb 2018 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
We are looking for a child psychologist who are working as volunteering to help in cognitive assessment of 25 Under Privileged Children & formulate a report which will provide actions and responses based on the assessment results of each child. There are a large number of under privileged communities struggling to survive in flimsy make-shift shelters which offer only minimal protection against the harsh climatic conditions in Delhi. Disease is rife and this is exacerbated by severe malnutrition. Children, like their parents, have little or no opportunities for education and many spend their days scavenging and aimlessly roaming the streets.Hand2Hand Home of Grace mission is to help the Under Privileged Children and their communities
Healthcare services
Mental health
Each child comes from a slum background and have many behavioural problems due to the circumstances and trauma they face at home which impedes their overall development. We need to plan specific plans for each child so that we can help them overcome these drawbacks and flower into into productive happy children.
Volunteers: 1 needed
1-5 hours per week / 2 weeks
The volunteer working as a Child Psychologist will need to do the said Children's assessment with methods that are child centric and child engaging. Email your details to-

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