According to UNICEF, nearly 240M children in the world today have some form of disability.
According to the Canadian government, there are 1.7 million children with special needs in Canada.
With the growing need for special education in Canada and the growing population of children, we hope to capture about 10% of the market by 2030.
The prevalence of special needs conditions among children in Canada is on the rise. According to Statistics Canada, the prevalence of disabilities among children aged 14 and under was approximately 13.9% in 2017.
The Canadian government is increasing funding for special education. In 2018, the government committed $1.5 billion over five years to improve the quality of special education in Canada.
The development of assistive technologies, communication devices, educational apps, and virtual learning platforms has opened up new avenues for learning, communication, and skill development.
Our values form the foundation of everything we do. They shape our interactions, guide our decisions, and define our commitment to serving special needs children and their families.