Smriti is a 12-year-old girl residing at New Life Nepal, an NGO that provides a home to children with neuro-developmental disabilities. Smriti has been diagnosed with RELD (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Disorder) along with Down Syndrome. Her Down Syndrome is mild in nature.
As a result of her conditions, Smriti requires constant care and attention. She experiences difficulties in communication, and her cognitive abilities are limited, affecting her overall development. Despite her challenges, Smriti is a cheerful girl who enjoys spending time with her caretakers and peers at the NGO.
At New Life Nepal, Smriti is provided with a nurturing and supportive environment that enables her to engage in activities that promote her growth and development. The NGO’s team of professionals and volunteers work together to provide her with the care and resources she needs. Smriti receives regular physical therapy and speech therapy, which help her improve her muscle tone and communication skills. Additionally, she participates in various recreational and educational activities, such as art therapy and music therapy, which help her express herself and develop her creativity.
Through the care and support provided by the team at New Life Nepal, Smriti has been able to make significant progress in her development. Despite her medical conditions, she continues to thrive and grow into a happy and confident young girl.