I have worked at ECSAT as a volunteer since 2016. I work with children with autism and hyperactive needs. I also provide education to non-disabled children in my project. I give one-to-one support to autistic children. I am currently studying on a Special Education Course at the National Institute of Education in Maharagama to get more knowledge about disabilities.
I work as a volunteer assistant administrator in the office. I maintain inventories, manage staff leave and do other work. I also work in the handicraft project, and as a teacher in the Feminist Trust Review project to give Vocational Training to vocational age children.
I joined ECSAT in April 2016 as a volunteer. At first I joined all the projects to observe each child. Now I work in the therapy project running sensory activities for Cerebral Palsy children and I am also working on Community Research. I am working in ECSAT very happily.
Meet some of the fantastic volunteers who dedicate their time and skills to working at ECSAT. Without their help we wouldn't be able to support so many people. If you are interested in volunteering find out how you can help.