About Us

We, at Samatha Learning Center, understand that education is more than academics. It is building of social skills and emotional connects and reasoning powers. Being educated is more than learning numbers and reading the script. It is getting the right change back after a purchase and using mediums of art and music and language to express ourselves effectively.

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Early Intervention program

Developmental delays addressed in the early years have maximum impact. Integrating into main stream education is a big possibility with this program.

School Program

An academic program combined with skill building and therapies make learning accessable for children with limiting and special abilities.

Remedial Sessions

For children with special needs to benefit from mainstream education, they need the additional support this program offers. Skills are built and strengthened and therapies are done to enhance concentration, coordination and attention.

Additional Services

Brain gym group session, counselling sessions, Speech therapy, Art Sessions, Teacher and parent workshops are some of the additional services offered at Samatha Learning Center.

What Parents Say


What impacts quality of life?

- making friends
- enjoying good relations with those we value
- loving what we do
- being happy with what we have
- being valued and validated for our true selves
All this we get from building a good sense of self and...

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The Education Panel at the Let us Dream Community Conference

A unique conference was initiated by Fr Lijo of Christ College (deemed to be University) on Saturday, 16th of November, 2019, with the intent to impact the community we live in to share ideas and make a difference!
The Education...

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A cuddle can make all the difference!

How did we come to this level of parenting?

From the warm safe comfort of the womb, the child comes out into the cold cold air.....he has been through enough trauma of the birth. He most certainly needs the loving...

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And The Nobel Prize Goes To…..

One of the three to win the Nobel Prize for Economics for 2019 is Abhijit Banerjee, from India. His research focuses the impact remedial programs have on children who are struggling in schools and it’s resulting impact on the...

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A child with Autism is ours to care for

It takes a village to raise a child.
We are at that time in life when we need that village to come together again.
.....the children need the village
......the parents need the village
.......the society needs the village!
The number of children with...

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Dental check up at Samatha learning center

We had the wonderful dentists from Small Bites at Samatha learning Center doing a much needed dental check-up for our students!
A special shout-out to Dr Premila for being such an enthusiastic supporter. The parents have been most appreciative of...

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Parenting with Trust and Love

Is parenting about focusing on the road your child will take or on your child, irrespective of the road she takes?
When we become parents we usually believe that child is ours to raise as we see right. But in...

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Communication is the core need of all living beings.

When we help each other understand what has been said, with or without words, we make life more peaceful and joyful for ourselves. ...
A child with special needs communicates more than we sometimes understand. Tools to help bridge that...

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Best Teachers

Our teachers are all special educators trained from reputed institutes like Spastic Society of India and KPMRC. Our teachers are chosen for being much more than the educational qualification they have. They are a part of Samatha because of their compassionate and empathetic ways. They have a dedication to their profession that aligns with our Philosophy.

Many Programmes

Along with grade appropriate academic focus, therapeutic interventions support the skill developments. Therapies like Brain Gym and HANDLE are incorporated into the daily schedule for the impact we seek. Activities of daily living address the self help skills that are necessary in making the child independent in spite of challenges.