Yes. The centre is to be built on land belonging to the Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya, which is a state university. The services will be provided free of charge by professionals attached to the university.
Funding for construction and maintenance of the Centre will be provided by the Private Sector.
You can be a volunteer at the Centre when it starts functioning, or help us to raise funds.
We expect the Centre to be operational by 2018
Yes, you may become a volunteer. When the Centre is ready to become operational, we will be calling for volunteers to join a group known as the Friends of Ayati
You and your child can visit the Centre once it starts functioning, and seek advice from professionals.
We don’t have a residential facility. We run clinics with daily therapy sessions and provide guidance to parents.