Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan (popularly known as MBCN) is a special school for special need children who are mentally and physically challenged.
Early Intervention programme at Mata Bhagwati Devi Chadha Niketan
Run by Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Trust, the MBCN is the largest school of its kind in northern India. The school provides absolutely free of cost therapies, vocational education and formal education every year to more than 400 mentally and physically challenged special need children diagnosed with mental retardation, cerebral palsy, autism, multiple disabilities among others.
Established initially in 1999, MBCN is a modern campus with its own premises spreading over two acres of land on the upcoming NOIDA - Agra Express Way.
Some of the salient features of the beautifully designed disabled friendly building include:
- Ramp and sensor operated door at the entrance for wheel chair users. It also has ramp to move up and down with in the building.
- Guiding tiles on the floor for visually impaired persons.
- Toilets have bigger doors and cabins for wheelchair users. Wash-basins are provided on low height for them.
Some of the therapies and specialized trainings on offer at MBCN include:
- Early Intervention programme
- Special Education
- Speech Therapy
- Occupational Therapies
- Vocational Training
- Play And Recreation
- Yoga and meditation
- Behavior Management
Parent's involvement and Parent training programmes
Teacher's Training Programmes: