In rural India a child born with a disability is destined for a life of dependency. For the poor this burden can be extreme. Disabled children can be a social, financial, mental and physical burden to their families. Through lack of knowledge and skills of the family, the children do not get the appropriate help they need. The children do not go to school and hardly leave their homes. Therefore, they are not challenged and do not develop mentally or physically.
Medical and rehabilitation treatment does not reach the disabled children in the poor villages. Due to the high level of illiteracy in villages, the families do not understand or know what benefits the government provides. In addition, villages are far from medical or rehabilitation centres, therefore transportation cost is another obstacle.Education The children who don't have to be carried, can sit up strait and behave in a group can go to a government school.
on capability to work in respect of Social Welfare Customers on a disability/illness payment. Such capabilities will be identified, developed and for misleading to a personalized progression plan for each individual participating in the project; Develop and implement innovative models of activation involving a case management approach which are designed to meet gaps in employment, pre -employment or progression programme provision for people with a disabled
Goal The overall goal of the Disabled Support Centre project is to improve the quality of life for disabled children in poor families in NANDED district of Maharashtra Increased and more appropriate support for disabled children and their families Increased social interaction between families with disabled children in villages in the area. Integration of disabled children and young adults into the wider community. Education and Life skills development