Divyang Old-age & Halfway Mental Homes

Divyang Old-age & Halfway Mental Homes

We are working for welfare and development of deprived, unemployed physically challenged youth and Disabled aged and running Skill Development Training centres for self-employment & Entrepreneurship. Placement Cell for Employment of especially abled by creating awareness & exposure among common man on disability and setting up Old Age Homes for physically challenged and Halfway mental people.

To fulfill this dream our training partner- Intelligence Manpower Services Pvt. Ltd is running some Skill Development Training Centers for People with Disability which are Affiliated to Bihar Skill Development Mission-Govt. of Bihar. Intelligence Manpower Services Pvt. Ltd. is helping us to train our physically challenged candidates at their PwD-RTD centers and train them in computer basics, communication skills and soft skill  courses.

Our efforts and message are sensitizing the masses towards the difficulties of the physically challenged and we believe, anything is possible if People with Disabilities will believe in themselves. They can  overcome  with any challenge & something beautiful will emerge.

In a scenario of limited access to school education, PwDs (People with disability), realise that only the vocational training is not important but they also need to acquire skills to find work. However, most vocational training programmes are not designed well as most of the state-supported facilities are located in the cities, and   rural disabled people know nothing about them.

The Campaign for Employment of Physically Challenged reinforces the reality that they aspire to work and their talents and abilities positively impact businesses both financially and organizationally. 

Further the changing family value system, economic compulsions of the children, neglect and abuse have caused elders to fall through the net of family care. At present 95 million people in India are above the age of 60 and by the year 2025, nearly 80 million more will be added to this population bracket. With improved life expectancy rate in the country, it’s estimated that as many as 8 million people are currently above the age of 80 years. However today there are only 728 Old Age Homes in the country, accommodating Old Age men and women, but not a single one is exclusive for physically challenged  old age people, having facilities of special care givers. At this age of their life, they need to be taken care of and made to feel special.