Last audited December 2018
Provided Quality Care To 2192 Children In Opds Of Hospitals
Delhi Council for Child Welfare started its work to provide care to the displaced, lost or abandoned children in the riots surrounding the Partition of India. It is an NGO that now provides services to the underprivileged children of Delhi and the neighboring regions to promote their health, development, economic and social wellbeing.
The most well-known programme of DCCW is Palna, home for the abandoned, homeless and destitute children. At Palna, infants arrive in a precarious state of health and the best possible medical care is given to them. It is a home to those children whose parents relinquish them or surrendered to them by the Police. DCCW works towards creating awareness on matters of basic health and hygiene, nutrition, pre-natal and post-natal maternal and childcare to the women in rural areas and urban slums. They also conduct programmes aimed at the education of children from underprivileged families.
The Orthopaedic Centre set by DCCW provides a complete range of rehabilitation services to physically disabled children, especially those affected by polio. More than 9,000 surgeries have been performed up to date and 25000 children have been fitted with polio aids. Their mission is to give every child the childhood they deserve.
Leadership Sandhya Bhalla
Support for mental, physical and psychological disorders,Regular access to healthy and nutritious food,Access to basic and specialised healthcare treatments
Bal Chetna Outreach day-care and rehabilitation facility for mentally challenged children from poor families was established in 2002 to cater to the mentally challenged children. Surveys indicated that children with mental disabilities were not getting proper attention.
Bal Chetna Outreach has 4 centers and each center serves around 30 children. By providing specialized care, Bal Chetna facilitates the stimulation and development of special needs children, with the objective of making each child as self-reliant, competent and communicative as possible. Services include Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Music Therapy, Special Education, Speech Therapy, Psychological Evaluation, Vocational Training, Midday meal, Supplementary Nutrition, and Counselling for parents.
The multi-specialty team at Bal Chetna constantly improvise teaching aids and techniques to provide a variety of stimuli to the children. Bal Chetna children now participate in sports, act in plays, dance, and sing. Around 20 children from have been integrated into mainstream schools and in vocational training courses.
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