Rehabilitation process at Turning Point .
exercise to overcome lack of drive, laziness.
brings them back in touch with reality.
to vent out their pent up emotions.
increase their concentration, attention, and power of
extempore improve their communication.
aware them of the surroundings.
eradicates some common problems.
and problem solving.
trainings like handicrafts, stitching, file making, pottery,
computer training (basic & advance), art, music.
help them to become independent.
responsibilities and duties at Turning Point
responsibilities at home (after discussion with parents).
helps them to become self-independent.
of appropriate social skills & age appropriate behavior.