Over the last few years, team Evoluer has worked closely with Educational Institutes, and has assisted them in accommodating persons with special needs into main stream and making their life purposeful utilizing their existing capabilities. We have worked closely with specialized organization that work specifically in the field of Special Needs and have helped them devise a seamless and systematic Special Needs/Need Specific Program. Evoluer has had extensive training programs across all genres of Special Needs and has empowered a large foray of stakeholders, both educators and parents. We have also worked with various corporate and educational institutes and parent bodies to raise awareness and train employers, teachers and careers of people with disabilities – to be able to understand and better support them using scientific, research based methodologies.
We have also worked closely with leaders in the Industry towards the same purpose, accomplishing assignment on learning, creating accessibility and inclusion, and employment
Opportunities for the candidates we work with – mainly differently abled young adults.
Evoluer has developed an extensive knowledge-base for differently abled individuals to actualize their potential. Over the years Evoluer has teamed up with the Lesley University in Boston to conduct training programs for professionals working in the field of special needs. We also conducted a series of workshops in Delhi in partnership with Dr Kelvin Ramirez who is a well renowned specialist in art therapy and its application in counseling.
Evoluer works closely with CSU, Chico State University, one of the international leaders in adapted physical education globally. Chico’s Adapted Physical Education (APE) Program has a long history of success in training future teachers, gaining federal special education training grants, and providing direct services to individuals with disabilities and their families. The program has gained international recognition from the success of its graduates, faculty presentations, workshops, and faculty publications.