Nov 18, 2019

Autistic Rehabilitation Programme

Autism
Autism

Summary

The overall goal of the project is to contribute to the welfare of children who have autism in the Theni District. We will work to improve their functional abilities; working with their physical & mental health needs. We will promote awareness in local communities to address the needs of the children and their families. The main objective of the project is to create awareness about autism, and provide assessment and focused intervention and rehabilitation.

 

 

Challenge

Each child may require specialist Physiotherapy,Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy. Funding for their medical costs,food,clothes,equipment,transport and accommodation including electricity and water. Payment is also needed for teachers and special educators. In total this costs $540 per year for one child. At present there are 30 children needing access to the above provision this currently costs $16,200 per year. At this point in time the service provided is in equitable as some schools.

Solution

To provide Speech Therapy, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and special educators for the children who need it. These professionals work collaboratively with the parents, teachers and children. Providing early intervention and support to ensure the best outcomes are achieved. This money will go towards providing a Speech Therapist for Manjari and Pushparani school to enable the children to socialize and communication as best they can. To provide an audio-visual room at Manjari and Pushparani.

Long-Term Impact

For children with autism to feel they are heard and to be able to communicate their wishes and positively contribute to their local community. To raise awareness of autism within the children's support network. To provide an equitable services to all the schools. For the child's support network to have the knowledge and resources they need to promote the child's physical and mental well-being; via support from specialists such as Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy.

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Autism 2
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Autism 3
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Autism 4
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Autism 5
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Oct 28, 2019

Ruadt Village Rehabilitation Therapy Centre

VRTC 1
VRTC 1

Rural Area Development Trust run by

Village Rehabilitation Therapy Centre

Theni District of Tamilnadu

 

 

Rural Area Development Trust is a city wide organization working in different areas with the varied scope of service. The organization has been extensively working with the grassroots disadvantaged people under the poverty line. The people belonging to the service area were benefitted with various programs run by the organization like Home based management for the multi-disabled children, Community Based Rehabilitation Program, Inclusive Education for differently abled children and are being benefitted from the Residential program for physically challenged children, Special school and vocational training for the mentally challenged.

 

 

As our service extended, we float an idea of Mobile Therapy Clinic (MTC). The prime object of the MTC was to help heal the lower income people with their physical pains, and the service had an enthusiastic welcome among the target groups. As the program was felt to be a temporary one by the people, we came along with a new initiative of starting a Village Rehabilitation Therapy Center (VRTC), which  would permanently find its service, from the block health centers. Our first VRTC was established at a Block Health Centre in a village Doumbucherry, and people poured out their huge support and appreciation.

 

 

 

The VRTC is a first of its kind to the state as it renders a physical therapy, occupational therapy, neuro Developmental therapy(NDT) and electrotherapy to the needy people and treats those with most  common work related pains and injuries. The patients have access to physiotherapists and multi Rehabilitation workers (MRW). The experienced staffs design a treatment plan for each patient, which is followed until the completion of the treatment. Now, RUADT has 3 successfully running VRTCs across the city, with the fullest supports from the government which provided a spacious ventilated room with a patient's waiting hall. In addition to that, RUADT bears all the other expenses like the treatment costs and equipment. All the more reason for the VRTC is to educate the people about side effects of

taking the pain killer which is being given by the government hospitals for a temporary remedy. Moreover, our patients who are not even able to make their ends meet are saving Rs. 1600 per month, which they would not have been able to if they were affording their treatments in a private hospital.

 

 

Appeal:

 

RUADT needs financial support for the continuation and extension of the VRTC, which is essential for the needy people. By contributing you not only contribute us with the money, but also support the big program that reaches out to more than 40 patients per day in each center. These acts of reaching the

needy are possible only through your generous contributions.

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VRTC 2
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VRTC 3
VRTC 4
VRTC 4
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VRTC 5
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VRTC 6

Attachments:
Oct 14, 2019

Ruadt Village Rehabilitation Therapy Centre

VRTC 1
VRTC 1

Rural Area Development Trust run by

Village Rehabilitation Therapy Centre

Theni District of Tamilnadu

  

Rural Area Development Trust is a city wide organization working in different areas with the varied scope of service. The organization has been extensively working with the grassroots disadvantaged people under the poverty line. The people belonging to the service area were benefitted with various programs run by the organization like Home based management for the multi-disabled children, Community Based Rehabilitation Program, Inclusive Education for differently abled children and are being benefitted from the Residential program for physically challenged children, Special school and vocational training for the mentally challenged.

 

 As our service extended, we float an idea of Mobile Therapy Clinic (MTC). The prime object of the MTC was to help heal the lower income people with their physical pains, and the service had an enthusiastic welcome among the target groups. As the program was felt to be a temporary one by the people, we came along with a new initiative of starting a Village Rehabilitation Therapy Center (VRTC), which  would permanently find its service, from the block health centers. Our first VRTC was established at a Block Health Centre in a village Doumbucherry, and people poured out their huge support and appreciation.

 

 

The VRTC is a first of its kind to the state as it renders a physical therapy, occupational therapy, neuro Developmental therapy(NDT) and electrotherapy to the needy people and treats those with most  common work related pains and injuries. The patients have access to physiotherapists and multi Rehabilitation workers (MRW). The experienced staffs design a treatment plan for each patient, which is followed until the completion of the treatment. Now, RUADT has 3 successfully running VRTCs across the city, with the fullest supports from the government which provided a spacious ventilated room with a patient's waiting hall. In addition to that, RUADT bears all the other expenses like the treatment costs and equipment. All the more reason for the VRTC is to educate the people about side effects of

taking the pain killer which is being given by the government hospitals for a temporary remedy. Moreover, our patients who are not even able to make their ends meet are saving Rs. 1600 per month, which they would not have been able to if they were affording their treatments in a private hospital.

 

 

Appeal:

 

RUADT needs financial support for the continuation and extension of the VRTC, which is essential for the needy people. By contributing you not only contribute us with the money, but also support the big program that reaches out to more than 40 patients per day in each center. These acts of reaching the

needy are possible only through your generous contributions.

VRTC 2
VRTC 2
VRTC 3
VRTC 3
VRTC 4
VRTC 4
VRTC 5
VRTC 5
VRTC 6
VRTC 6
 
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