VIDIYAL NEWS
01.10.2019 – Annual Residential Camp at Pabanasam 01.10.2019-15.10.2019 – Nandhavanam- Sponsored Children Forum: Letter writing
02.10.2019 – Image – Movie Club
03.10.2019 – Vidiyal Nursery: Reopening after quarterly break
05.10.2019 – Managing Committee Meet 05.10.2019 – “Say No to DRUGS” sensitization series 05.10.2019 – Science Forum 05.10.2019 – Vidiyal Nursery : Parents – Teacher Meet
06.10.2019 – Ripple Circle – Social Action forum 06.10.2019 – Tamil Forum
07.10.2019 – Service Programme – Children serving elderly and wounded children living in slums, Distributing cloths to street dwellers and Serving at a Home for the elderly
08.10.2019 – Picnic – Historical places Beginner – Gandhi Museum Primary – Thirumalai Palace Junior – Yanaimalai Intermediate – KalaiyarKovil Senior – Tuticorin Harbor
10.10.2019 – Vidiyal Nursery : Filed Trip to Rajaji Park
12.10,2019 & 13.10.2019 – Celebrating the Girl Child -Observance of the International day of the Girl Child
13.10.2019 – Mothers Meet
14.10.2019 – Vidiyal Nursery: Blue Day 14.10.2019 – Reception Home: Observance of International Day of the Girl Child
19.10.2019 – Health Care: Periodical Checkup for Children atour Child Resource Centres One day training on child Rights for College Students
19.10.2019 – Managing Committee Meet
19.10.2019 & 20.10.2019 – Special camp for Children in Need of Psychological attention
22.10.2019 – Reception Home: Training on Understanding self
25.10.2019 – Vidiyal Nursery : Deepawali celebration
26.10.2019 – Reception Home : Deepawali celebration 26.10.2019 – Deepavalli Celebration
28.10.2019 -Vidiyal Nursery : Day of Dolls

Programmes for Elderly

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Programmes for Elders
Elders are like jewels for any community. The elders living in the slums where Vidiyal operates have rich experience in adapting various means for social change. They underwent lot of hardships in a caste society. But unfortunately their voices are unheard and their rich knowledge withers out. Twice a year Vidiyal organises senior citizen’s meet to provide and protect their rights. Earlier with the support of our volunteers an attempt was made to document the experiences of elders in the community. On an average 75 elders both men and women participate in our programmes for elders and periodical get to gathers. We have also organised a geriatric medical camp in which 51 elders participated and benefited.
At these get to gathers elders are honoured with a gift and sumptuous feast. They very much appreciate and always look forward to the next one. Respect for elders is nurtured in our children through action programmes. We encourage our children to look after their grannies and grandpas so that they live a dignified life in the slums and play a important role in the protection of children and their rights.