Community based Rehabilitation

Community-based rehabilitation (CBR) was initiated by WHO following the Declaration of Alma-Ata in 1978 in an effort to enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities and their families; meet their basic needs; and ensure their inclusion and participation. While initially a strategy to increase access to rehabilitation services in resource-constrained settings, CBR is now a multispectral approach working to improve the equalization of opportunities and social inclusion of people with disabilities while combating the perpetual cycle of poverty and disability. CBR is implemented through the combined efforts of people with disabilities, their families and communities, and relevant government and non-government health, education, vocational, social and other services

What we do

  • Door to Door survey
  • Need Assessments of People with Disabilities
  • Organizing Disability Certification Camps
  • Organizing Assistive Devices Distribution Camps
  • Sensitization program for Persons with Disabilities and Family members.
  • Organize special drive to facilitate various entitlements of Govt. of Jammu and Kashmir
  • Organize a district level dialogue with concerned Government Department.
  • Education, Orientation, Mobility and activities of Daily Living Skills Training to children with disabilities.
  • Sensitization Seminars for Parents, and Guardians.
  • Training Program for Teachers and School Principles
  • Capacity Development Programs for women with disabilities
  • Leadership and Personality Development Program for People with Disabilities
  • Formation of Inclusive Self Help Groups
  • Skill Development Program for People with Disabilities
  • Sensitization Program for employers, and Bankers.
  • Job fair for People with Disabilities