Senehasa Education Resource Research and Information Centre (SERRIC), functioning under Ministry of Defence and Ranaviru Seva Authority, aims to provide essential services to children with special needs belonging to families of the Tri Forces, Police and the Civil Defence Force, as well as families from the civil society with the purpose of increasing their quality of life.
SERRIC provides individualized services to children with a wide range of disabilities which include and are not limited to varying spectrums of Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Global Developmental Delays, Learning Disabilities, Muscular Dystrophy, Downs Syndrome, Visual & Hearing Impairments, Angelman Syndrome, Malpuech Syndrome, Smith Lemli Opitz Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Rubinstein Taybi Syndrome, Mental Retardation and Kabuki Syndrome.
SERRIC strives to provide these children with a sound foundation to improve their quality of life, and assist in building their independence so they can be a part of the mainstream society as confident and empowered individuals.
To empower children with special needs to be independent and respected citizens with access to equal opportunities in an inclusive society.
We believe that equal access to opportunities and services for children with special needs is essential in developing an inclusive society. We at SERRIC strive to provide individualized services for children with special needs in order to ensure a smooth integration into the society. In partnership with government and private sector stakeholders, we endeavor to provide a stable foundation for our children to live independently as respected individuals in society.