Success Stories

Subha: Academic Success
Yusra: Gaining Control
Mohtashim: A Photographer Born
Academic Success

Subha was just 7 years old when she arrived at Kazim Trust. She was experiencing severe reading, writing, and spelling challenges and found it very difficult to focus on a specific task for an extended time.

We discovered that Subha was struggling extremely hard to cope with the pressure of academic and social life at her local school.

At first Subha was reluctant to join her therapy sessions but after a short period of time with some mentoring and as we got to know her better and she adjusted well with our team. After two years at Kazim Trust and we are proud to that she has made remarkable progress.

Her spelling skills have improved, she is much more confident with her speech. Even though there are still some areas for improvement but with the help of our dedicated team Subha is now seen to be trying harder and is more self-motivated and has even started writing well.

Subha’s mother has been very satisfied to see the progress of her daughter.

“It has been a great experience with Kazim Trust for the last two years. I’ve seen a lot of change in my daughter’s behaviour. She’s now overcoming her learning and reading issues. The team guides us on various aspects of her care.

I can now understand my child in a much better way, and I can see a very bright future for her. Subha is a changed girl now and I am very thankful to everyone at Kazim Trust.”

KT Note >  Subha recently scored an A-grade in her exams. We are extremely proud of her achievements, and we will continue to monitor her progress.

Gaining Control

Yusra is a young girl of only 10 years of age and at present is diagnosed with child ADHD. Even as a younger child she was always reluctant to engage in academic tasks such as reading or writing.

She used to behave aggressively and therefore it was challenging and frustrating for her family to manage her behaviour. She also suffered from incontinence at night which is very demoralizing for a child.

Yusra even had trouble making eye contact and struggled with interacting with others. She also displayed high levels of anxiety and there were many occurrences of a lapse in self-control. She also did not take care of her belongings and found it difficult to respond to verbal instructions.

Her mother was a bit anxious and hesitant when Yusra arrived at Kazim Trust but is now very satisfied and feels that she too has been better educated about her daughter after all the therapy and care she received.

Yusra night-time incontinence was now even more in control and the biting of her fingernails had also become far less frequent.

Yusra’s mother has the below to say about her progress.

“The knowledge and skills Yusra received at Kazim Trust provides her the satisfaction of seeing herself improve and progress on a daily basis.”

KT Note >  Even though Yusra’s academic skills have improved significantly, the team at Kazim Trust feel there is yet more improvement ahead for Yusra and we will continue to work with her and monitor her progress.

A Photographer Born

Mohtashim Motiwala has been visiting Kazim Trust for the past two years. As a child he was aggressive and did not like to socialize and was extremely hyperactive. He had a problem understanding emotions and displaying his own emotions. He had also been struggling with his academics and could not communicate effectively.

He had difficulty in achieving a healthy relationship with others and with his own family members. As a result, he did not have any friends as he found it challenging to talk to others and as a teenager life was getting extremely frustrating.

Kazim Trust therapists observed him and evaluated him as someone with an active attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) challenge.

After undergoing therapy and a custom-made program, the frustration and aggression seen earlier significantly reduced because of him gaining better awareness of his behaviour. This changed his life for good!

Post treatment Mohtashim started getting higher grades at school and was accomplishing his academic goals satisfactorily. He also developed the ability of accepting challenges and this brought him even more confidence.
He was also made ‘student of the first year’ because of his improved self-esteem and motivation.

KT Note > Mohtashim has accomplished his goals and is now even a very qualified photographer! The team here at KT is quite certain that he will continue his life with the even more confidence and enthusiasm.

Subha <span class="tab-blw"> Academic Success</span>
Yusra <span class="tab-blw"> Gaining Control</span>
Mohtashim<span class="tab-blw"> A Photographer Born</span>
Academic Success

Subha was just 7 years old when she arrived at Kazim Trust. She was experiencing severe reading, writing, and spelling challenges and found it very difficult to focus on a specific task for an extended time.

We discovered that Subha was struggling extremely hard to cope with the pressure of academic and social life at her local school.

At first Subha was reluctant to join her therapy sessions but after a short period of time with some mentoring and as we got to know her better and she adjusted well with our team. After two years at Kazim Trust and we are proud to that she has made remarkable progress.

Her spelling skills have improved, she is much more confident with her speech. Even though there are still some areas for improvement but with the help of our dedicated team Subha is now seen to be trying harder and is more self-motivated and has even started writing well.

Subha’s mother has been very satisfied to see the progress of her daughter.

“It has been a great experience with Kazim Trust for the last two years. I’ve seen a lot of change in my daughter’s behaviour. She’s now overcoming her learning and reading issues. The team guides us on various aspects of her care.

I can now understand my child in a much better way, and I can see a very bright future for her. Subha is a changed girl now and I am very thankful to everyone at Kazim Trust.”

KT Note > Subha recently scored an A-grade in her exams. We are extremely proud of her achievements, and we will continue to monitor her progress.

Gaining Control

Yusra is a young girl of only 10 years of age and at present is diagnosed with child ADHD. Even as a younger child she was always reluctant to engage in academic tasks such as reading or writing.

She used to behave aggressively and therefore it was challenging and frustrating for her family to manage her behaviour. She also suffered from incontinence at night which is very demoralizing for a child.

Yusra even had trouble making eye contact and struggled with interacting with others. She also displayed high levels of anxiety and there were many occurrences of a lapse in self-control. She also did not take care of her belongings and found it difficult to respond to verbal instructions.

Her mother was a bit anxious and hesitant when Yusra arrived at Kazim Trust but is now very satisfied and feels that she too has been better educated about her daughter after all the therapy and care she received.

Yusra night-time incontinence was now even more in control and the biting of her fingernails had also become far less frequent.

Yusra’s mother has the below to say about her progress.

“The knowledge and skills Yusra received at Kazim Trust provides her the satisfaction of seeing herself improve and progress on a daily basis.”

KT Note > Even though Yusra’s academic skills have improved significantly, the team at Kazim Trust feel there is yet more improvement ahead for Yusra and we will continue to work with her and monitor her progress.

A Photographer Born

Mohtashim Motiwala has been visiting Kazim Trust for the past two years. As a child he was aggressive and did not like to socialize and was extremely hyperactive. He had a problem understanding emotions and displaying his own emotions. He had also been struggling with his academics and could not communicate effectively.

He had difficulty in achieving a healthy relationship with others and with his own family members. As a result, he did not have any friends as he found it challenging to talk to others and as a teenager life was getting extremely frustrating.

Kazim Trust therapists observed him and evaluated him as someone with an active attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) challenge.

After undergoing therapy and a custom-made program, the frustration and aggression seen earlier significantly reduced because of him gaining better awareness of his behaviour. This changed his life for good!

Post treatment Mohtashim started getting higher grades at school and was accomplishing his academic goals satisfactorily. He also developed the ability of accepting challenges and this brought him even more confidence.
He was also made ‘student of the first year’ because of his improved self-esteem and motivation.

KT Note > Mohtashim has accomplished his goals and is now even a very qualified photographer! The team here at KT is quite certain that he will continue his life with the even more confidence and enthusiasm.