Tamahar Auxiliary Programs

Teaching Kids with Learning Disabilities


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Proven to improve balance and physical strength. Coordination improves; children who were hyperactive become relaxed. Remarkable improvement can be seen in listening skills, attention and self-regulation.

Music Therapy

Music therapy is recognized for enhancing vocalization, attention, and seating persistence in children, especially beneficial for teaching kids with learning disabilities. Beyond just fostering music appreciation, the therapy uses music as a tool to stimulate development. 

“Drawing inspiration from the principles outlined in Sama Ved, our approach intertwines Carnatic Vocal Music with an understanding of the body’s chakra health system.”



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Helps children who have mobility issues and reduces spasticity.

Occupational Therapy

While physiotherapy takes care of the physiological aspect of rehabilitation, occupational therapy aims at enabling the child to be independent by teaching Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and other everyday functions. (Safety, Selfcare, Feeding)


Speech Therapy


Essential in the rehabilitation process, it’s particularly significant when addressing and teaching kids with learning disabilities. These children often grapple with issues related to swallowing, Oral Motor Development, verbal communication, and language comprehension due to underlying medical or surgical conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tamahar’s auxiliary programs are meticulously designed to meet the diverse learning requirements of kids with learning disabilities, ensuring they receive the necessary tools and interventions to excel.

Tamahar offers a range of vocational training programs tailored to suit the abilities and interests of special children, aiming to equip them with skills for future independence and employment.

Beyond merely teaching kids with learning disabilities, our programs focus on overall well-being, life skills, and preparing them for societal integration.

Yes, Tamahar ensures that the vocational training for a special child is tailored to their unique strengths and challenges, making the learning process more effective.

Parents or guardians interested in our vocational training can contact Tamahar directly for detailed enrollment procedures and prerequisites.

Tamahar believes in community collaboration and often works in tandem with other organizations to ensure the best vocational training outcomes for special children.

Over the years, many children with learning disabilities have benefitted immensely from our auxiliary programs, going on to achieve significant milestones in both academics and life skills.

Community members can support Tamahar’s mission in various ways, including volunteering, donations, or collaborating on specific initiatives focused on the holistic development of special children.

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