Indian Ladies Association made this year’s Mother’s Day truly special by spending time with special needs children at the Ability Centre … reports Asian Lite News.
Indian Ladies Association spent this Mother’s Day offering motherly care to special needs children at the Ability Centre, Abu Dhabi. ILA wanted to share the warmth of motherly love, care and affection with them.
The initiative was also scheduled to mark International Day for Happiness and World Down Syndrome Day.
“The noon became alive at Ability Centre, Mussafah as members and few mothers of special kids joined in to rejoice this spectacular day with over 30 children having fun activities, bales of laughter, riveting music and dance,” told ILA President, Ms. Annu Chouraria to Asian Lite News.
This year being the year of Zayed, Indian Ladies Association wanted to be a part of the vision and values laid out by Sheikh Zayed.
Interactive session was held with book reading, the session included book about the father of the nation. The children were able to identify Sheikh Zayed from the books.
Fun activities like face painting and passing the parcel kept the children occupied and excited. The activities also aimed to improve the children’s eye-hand coordination.
The children also enjoyed music and in each other’s company let go of the inhibitions and started to dance.
“It was a heart-warming experience said Rakshita and we feel truly blessed to be amongst such unique kids with special abilities,” said the ILA General Secretary – Ms. Rakshita Rangari
“The time spent with the Children at the Ability Centre taught us to welcome everyone with an open mind and embrace all the love the world has to offer,” said Ambreen Sheikh, ILA Social Secretary
Ms. Sahdia Khurshid, Director of the Ability Centre, gave special thanks to Indian Ladies Association for making a difference this Mother’s Day.
“It was a joy of sharing and caring, kids were very happy to receive sticker books, stationary, lunch boxes, toys and waved a smiling goodbye to us till we see them next,” concluded the ILA President.