Ten years ago, at the age of 17, Imran became a resident of Afroza’s Place. This is a sheltered housing for complex, disabled young people.
He was a quiet cautious boy, his eyes full of aggression and fear. His communication with others consisted of beaten or beaten up. After his father’s death his behavior became untenable and his mother felt obliged to bring him to Niketan’s residential facility. In the first months, Imran had a lot of trouble adjusting himself, provoking difficult behavior among the other residents, and the inexperienced care-mothers didn’t know which way to turn. But the daily structure, positive approach and clear communication deliver its benefits. He became calmer, he began to sing and talk and his eyes started to shine. He made friends, learned social skills and take care for chicken and sheep. His self-esteem changed and independence grew. Now he is known as a caring helpful young man, he helps the care-mothers with all kinds of domestic activities and independently do the groceries in a neighbor village.
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