Asian Literary Society and India Habitat Centre organized a panel discussion on the book- A “Trails of Hope: An Anthology of Articles on Effective Teaching Strategies for People with Special Needs”
Asian Literary Society in association with India Habitat Centre organized a panel discussion on the book- A “Trails of Hope: An Anthology of Articles on Effective Teaching Strategies for People with Special Needs on 30th Sep 2023 at Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
Manoj Krishnan (Editor and founder, Asian Literary Society), Sumita Kakkar, Founder (Gyandeep Growth Foundation), Anita Chand (Administrator, ALS), and Dr. Shweta Mathur Lall (Consultant, Apollo Hospital) were the panelists. This discussion was moderated by Vandana Bhasin (Editor, ALSphere Magazine). ALS community leaders and members Kiren Babal, Mousumee Baruah, Neeti Parti, Vandana Saxena, and Swati Sharma also addressed the esteemed audience.
Manoj Krishnan shared the vision behind this book project and thanked all who contributed to this anthology. He also talked about the Asian Literary Society and ALS Parwaaz Forum and highlighted their initiatives for special needs people. Sumita Kakkar shared her review of the book. Dr. Shweta Mathur Lall and Anita Chand talked about the need for such projects and shared their experience of working with the special needs community.
“Trails of Hope: An Anthology of Articles on Effective Teaching Strategies for People with Special Needs” is a sincere attempt to bring medical professionals, NGOs, volunteers, parents, educationists, and subject matter experts together, and come up with strategies that can help the special needs people in their training, education, and development. This book has been edited and compiled by Manoj Krishnan. Merry Barua, Indrani Chatterjee, Nisha Tandon, Fionika Sanghvi, Kavita Sharma, Dr. Griva Shah, Dr. Mona Patel, Dr. RM. Sundar Kumar, Vikash K Mishra, Dr. Shweta Mathur Lall, Jayashree Bhattacherjee, Vandana Saxena, Dr. Lalita Vaitheeswaran, Dr. Sujata Chatterjee, Akhil S. Paul, Nishath Kirmani and Zeba Hashmi have contributed their articles in this anthology.