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Spinal cord injury care
assured_image Differently Abled Karnataka
Help spinal cord injury patients get access to physiotherapy
Awards & Recognition
2012 ICICI Foundation and CNBC-TV18's Inclusive India Awards, Strong Delivery Capability & High Financial Proficiency, Guidestar Gold Transparecy Award
Last audited December 2018
Provided A Range Of Rehabilitation Services To 2816 Poor People With Disabilities
SAMUHA' derives its name from a Sanskrit word, which means an organized group or society. This reflects their ideology that "development is best sustained when undertaken through group processes ".They work with vulnerable people to improve their quality of life within defined periods of time. Their mission is "To Improve the Quality of Vulnerable People within Defined Period of Time". Based out of Koppal, the Samarthya wing of Samuha works specifically with the differently-abled in Karnataka and was awarded the State Award for Organisations by the Directorate of Disabled and Senior Citizens Empowerment. They are supported with 150 Full-time staff, 5 Volunteers and 46 Consultants, who work on implementing a plethora of projects ranging from the Early Intervention Centre and Mobility Aids workshop to their screening camps and Spinal Cord Rehabilitation Centre. Samarthya works across 352 villages in the Koppal and Raichur districts of Karnataka, impacting the lives of over 3700 differently-abled people every year.
Leadership Naranyanswamy M.
Support for mental, physical and psychological disorders
Young men in the age group of 20 to 35 suffering from spinal cord-related injuries are given therapy and counseling at Samuha's Spinal Cord Rehabilitation Centre for three months. These men, being at the prime of their age go through severe mental trauma owing to their increased dependence and reduced earning capabilities. Samuha runs a residential center for these men and provides them with therapy as well as counseling. The program is typically run for three months for each beneficiary, but depending on their improvement, the stay can be extended by a month. Even after getting discharged, the beneficiaries are recommended to come back for 10-day camps that are held once in 4-5 months for physiotherapy and general check-up.

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