In the realm of “special education”, The Lotus Foundation shall strive to provide services for people with special needs, their families and associated social environments. We shall be involved in the process of training educators, parents, care givers, siblings and other people living and working with individual. We will provide the services in a day care setting or in a residential facility.
In the realm of “regular education”, The Lotus Foundation shall provide relevant services for appropriate and effective delivery of education in main stream settings. We shall be involved in the process of training educators, teachers, teacher assistants, care givers and therapists to facilitate integration of theories in individual development and best practices as deemed necessary to make education effective.
In the realm of “inclusion”, The Lotus Foundation shall provide services to effectively include the individuals with special needs in the main stream regular school environments. We will be involved in training and organizing workshops for regular school teachers and assistants who are involved in day to day classroom management of individuals with special needs in inclusive settings.
In the realm of “lonely elders”, The Lotus Foundation shall strive to provide company and ease the stress of leading a lonely existence in the evening of their life.
In the realm of “mentally ill”, The Lotus Foundation shall strive to provide guidance, counseling and rehabilitation services for people with mental illness, families, care givers and people supporting them.
In the realm of “terminally ill”, The Lotus Foundation shall strive to provide services to ease the pain of caring for the terminally ill patients, their families and other people who support them. The Lotus Foundation shall provide such services in a patient’s home or in a residential facility. The focus for such an activity is to let people die in dignity.
In the realm of “under-privileged, orphaned and destitute”, The Lotus Foundation shall strive to provide the services either in external environments, day care or residential facility as required in all the above realms.
Based on the ‘Fundamental Social Principle’ stating as follows:
“The well-being of a community of people working together will be the greater, the less the individual claims for himself the proceeds of his work, i.e. the more of these proceeds he makes over to his fellow-workers, the more of his own needs are satisfied, not out of his own work but out of the work done by others.”