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Madhya Pradesh Viklang Sahayta Samiti

Livelihoods for differently-abled
assured_image Differently Abled Madhya Pradesh
Provide residential care for person with mental disability
Last audited December 2018
Provided Support To 437 Underprivileged People With Disabilities
Madhya Pradesh Viklang Sahayta Samiti was started by Fr. Thomas C.T with the help and support of Diocese of Ujjain as social responsibility of the emerging need of the time. He was committed to do meaningful work to minimize problems of neglected sections of society. The assessment of the situation revealed that though there were many different sets of people who were neglected, the differently abled persons were the most neglected section. Even among these, children with mental and physical disabilities were among the most neglected. Hence, the organization was started to help them. The present head of the organisation, Fr. Tom George is a special educator and social worker. He was assistant director for 8 years before taking over the leadership in July 2013. No. of Children with Mental Retardation, Autism, Cerebral Palsy,Multiple disabilities - 31 No. of children/people with Cerebral Palsy - 168 No. of Children with Mental Retardation, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple disabilities - 437 No. of adult trainees with Mental Retardation - 185 No. of Children with Mental Retardation, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple disabilities, hearing and speech impairment - 90 No. of students enrolled in the first batch - 40 The aim of the organisation is to build an inclusive society in which persons with disability will enjoy equal rights, opportunities and participation.
Leadership Tom George
Safe space with basic facilities for those with nowhere to go,Care provided to support daily needs of the vulnerable,Access to livellihood opportuntities and basic needs,Basic necessities for everyday living
Madhya Pradesh Vikalang Sahayta Samiti runs the respite care home, which provides both short and long term care and training. The beneficiaries are children and adults with developmental disabilities. Currently. five inmates are from well off families and hence can afford the fee of the home. Whereas, 25 inmates are from a poor economic background, who cannot afford the needed care. They are taken care of free of cost with a little voluntary contribution by their families like a bag of rice or vegetables grown in their small farms.

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