Mom’s Belief, the last year’s Zero Project awardee has reflected on its new developments in their domestic & international agendas, including new and forthcoming legislation, action plans and emerging challenges in the Zero Project conference held at UNITED NATIONS, Vienna Headquarters. The brand presented developments to government leaders, healthcare specialists and other stakeholders from several countries.
Mom’s Belief, a start-up launched in 2018 was recognized at the UNITED NATIONS, Vienna, for its innovative model that supports the parents of special needs children and the professionals who work with them. The brand presented that it has developed 1000+ resources and teaching tools that accommodate the learning styles of children with special needs and have touched 3500+ lives to date. It has also expanded its presence to New York, London, California, UAE, and Kuwait in addition to being India’s largest holistic care provider for children with special needs while aiming to have 200+ centers in India by the end of 2020. It is focused on leveraging technological developments in the world of innovative healthcare to reach and change one million lives in the next 10 years.
Mom’s Belief supports parents, schools & integrated therapy centres with a highly tailored program for each individual child. It addresses the needs of children with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, intellectual disability, learning disabilities, Down syndrome and cerebral palsy, as well as behavioural and mental health issues. Its Home Program assigns a dedicated child psychologist to guide parents and customize resources for use at home. For professionals, Mom’s Belief provides clinical assistance, technical and operational support, and resources that enhance their clinical capabilities and build capacity.
Nitin Bindlish, Founder and CEO, Mom’s Belief says: "We’re encouraged that yet again we are recognized and invited to share our expertise at the Zero Project Conference by the United Nations. We have worked effortlessly to empower parents and professionals to create an ecosystem that fosters the use of tools, resources, training and expert guidance to build a world where no child with special needs is left behind."
The brand has plans to develop models to allow access to vocational training & empower a significant part of the special needs population so that they are no longer dependants and can live financially active. It also aims to develop a community for parents of special needs to share their struggles and coping strategies that have worked well so that other parents can get the help they need and deserve.