Pathway Chennai Center
The Pathway Chennai Center focuses on individuals with Special Needs. First established by Dr. Prasad as a one-room operation in 1975, the Pathway Center has now expanded into a three-story medical and educational center. Each day, comprehensive care is offered to the nearly 100 live-in patients as well as an additional 200 children and young adults from the surrounding neighborhoods.
Vocational Training Center
At the Pathway Chennai Center, children are taught vocational skills in the Vocational Training Center. This houses the Pathway bakery, which produces dozens of loaves of bread and other baked goods that are sold in nearby neighborhoods. Also, the craft center allows children to improve dexterity by creating intricate crafts to be sold in local markets as well. Other notable facilities at this Vocational Training Center include a rooftop garden where vegetables are grown, and instruction rooms for the children with special needs.
Sabin Center & Home for the Disabled
In 2009, Gary Sabin dedicated a rehabilitation, educational, and residential home for disabled children at the Pathway farm, 60 miles south of the Chennai Center. The Sabin Center offers comprehensive rehabilitation and education to children and adults with developmental disorders, including mental retardation, cerebral palsy, autism and related disorders. This Center was also established to bring about integration of both abled and disabled children. The Sabin center currently has facilities to serve 250 live-in children.
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