An Article written by Mr K.R.Venkatesha, President, KPAMRC for Jeena yahan 2011 Brochure. He talks about his 42 year old son Ravi, “the Darling Child” of the entire household.
A group of Jeena Parents write about how they became friends at Jeena. “We were feeling very distraught with the diagnosis and wanted to get in touch with a community,” remembers Sujaya, Anika’s mom. “When we did visit Jeena, we were surprised to see how parents and kids enjoyed despite their disabilities.”
Arya, Beejal, Paul and Shanti talk about being “Special Parents”. They say “No one enjoys a free moment more or laughs at a bad situation more or cheers their child’s smallest steps more loudly than a special needs parent.”
“I am on the very outskirts of Jeena, yet I am always inspired by the strength and determination of the people and the spirit of Jeena.” – Shikha Kalra writes in an article for Jeena Yahan 2011 Brochure.
One of our Moms -Elizabeth Paturi shares her experiences about attending a class at Jeena. She says “Classes like these and other fun, networking events organized by Jeena have been invaluable experiences for my family.”
Some of Jeena Parents and friends share what it means to be a part of Jeena.
Justin’s mom Diane recounts an experience at a Therapist’s office. “What is Normal?” indeed!