WELCOME TO weCan

WeCan is a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to special education and largely dedicated to quality education for the under-privileged.

It is a voluntary initiative by well-established professionals and educators, to give back to society. We are a learning resource institute in Kolkata that focuses on bridging the gap which exists between the actual performance and the expected performance of every child.

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"THE MISSION, VISION AND GOAL IS TO PROMOTE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION AND AN INCLUSIVE SOCIETY"

Our tried and tested systems of assessments, education plans, strategies, customized library of content, use of teaching learning material and periodic reviews- all implemented by qualified, experienced and passionate professionals, ensure that goals are clear and targets are met not only for individual students but also for schools and institutions who partner us .

WeCan WITHIN SCHOOLS

Vision and Mission:

To promote and enable Inclusive Education and an Inclusive Society

To meet the educational needs of every child, irrespective of the diagnosis and prognosis of the wider educational and medical community.

To elevate and optimize every child’s academic performance and social adaptability irrespective of financial barriers.

EDUCATION FOR ALL- RAISING THE BAR & BRIDGING THE GAPS

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ACADEMIC REMEDIAL FOR MAINSTREAM CHILDREN

SURYODAY- ACADEMIC SUPPORT FOR THE UNDERPRIVILEGED

NIOS OBE STUDY CENTRE

SAVITUR –
A SPECIAL SCHOOL

HOME PROGRAMMES

ONLINE INTERVENTION

SPECIAL EDUCATION RESOURCE ROOMS IN SCHOOLS

DIFFERENTIAL TEACHING - ASSESSMENTS AND EDUCATIONAL PLANS

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MENTORS

Dr. Sudha Kaul

Founder, Trustee and Vice Chairperson of the Indian Institute of Cerebral Palsy (IICP), Kolkata, Dr. Kaul has a PhD in Augmentative and Alternative Communication from Manchester Metropolitan University.

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Our services to the children with
learning disability and underprivileged.