Poverty and access to the right resources are primary barriers to PwDs receiving adequate healthcare, and so our support has been focused on enabling access to healthcare services, with an aim to better quality of life, especially for PwDs from lower income backgrounds with a focus on early intervention for children as identifying children with or at risk of disability and intervening early on can have a significant impact on child development.
It is important that communities have access to resources that help asses and diagnose disabilities/delays accurately at an early stage.
Our support is focused on training human resources for PwDs, including community workers, parents and teachers, and developing a resource pool for the sector.
Early Identification, treatment support and ongoing management of health needs of a PwD.
We address key gaps in continued long term life care for adults with disabilities through our institutional support to affordable life care facilities.
Our partners are expert leaders, providing transformational and life-changing health interventions to children with disabilities in the form of surgeries and therapy needs for children from low income families. We also support training healthcare professionals focused on early identification and treatment.
We support Latika Roy Memorial Foundation’s Early intervention center in Dehradun