Power of Roles: An Orientation on Social Role Valorization – The Road Most Traveled: Using the Culturally Valued Analogue (Hindi)

D.Ed Akshar Vadodara

Social Role Valorization (SRV) theory has been introduced in India with a deep impact over the past four years. It is a social theory which provides a solid framework for understanding social devaluation of vulnerable people and proposes powerful ways to open possibilities for people to experience the good things of life. SRV has implications on personal, family, community, and societal levels and will strengthen effective change agentry efforts.

On Voice and Choice

Zoom Online Platform

Across the world, most valued people have some level of choice and voice in their lives, perhaps not about everything but about many things. We make many daily decisions, express our opinions freely, and often have leeway to steer our lives in one direction or another, to take some risks, and to stretch ourselves.

Planning Tools for Inclusive Practice: Dynamic Processes for Change


Join us for three days of learning, discovery, and design as we explore visual and inclusive processes of envisioning the future, design ways to move forward, and create change. This course is intended to develop awareness in using PATH and Person Futures Planning.

Certificate Course in Applied Customized Employment


Work gives people a sense of purpose and self-worth. For many, it defines our identify and is a source of pride. Employment not only provides income and economic independence but also opportunities for rich social interactions and a sense of belonging. All individuals, regardless of disability, deserve the opportunity to be full members of the community where they can live, learn, work, and grow.