Support to the Disabled from HCC

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HCC’s sense of addressing itself to the cause of the disabled in India stems from the fact that a large number of people, especially from the poor and deprived sections, are incapacitated to carry out even their normal natural duties owing to a physical disability of sorts. One could imagine how difficult their life is, which they cannot get rid of themselves because of their penurious condition.

The problem becomes all the more acute in advanced age. In order to mitigate their problems, HCC has a viable program of sorts within the scope of its objects to launch prospectively; in addition to what all we are doing now by distributing artificial limbs, etc. to the needy and by opening rehabilitation centers for the disabled.

 

In order to facilitate the mobility of the incapacitated with lower limbs, they are given wheelchair, braces, artificial limbs, splints, etc. Similarly, the ones with hearing impaired are provided with powerful micro-hearing aids, such as ear microphones, etc. and the ones with permanent visual incapacity are provided with especially printed documents that they can read with the touch sensation of fingers.

We, here at HCC, acquire quality products for the purpose, have requisite facilities to guide the disabled to tackle and fix their problems individually as far as possible and have a team of experts for attending to after-fitment care.

The honored needy are, hereby, fervently requested to please contact.

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The principle goal of the Scheme is to help the needy disabled persons in acquiring standard aids and appliances that can promote their physical and mental rehabilitation, by decreasing the impacts of handicaps and improve their financial potential.

 

The Hans Cultural Centre possesses professional experts and qualified staff for the distinguishing proof, and post-fitment care and in addition the guide/apparatus.

 

A large number of disabled people are in India; this is determined by a detailed conducted survey on a regular interval of time. And it is studied that most of them are from a low profile that are poor, or have low income.

 

Disability is a problem that could be found in people of any age, but mostly in the old age group of peoples. It restricts a person to perform the daily functionality of its life. By the advancement of the new techniques a large number of solutions are made that reduces the problem for the disables and the Hans Cultural Centre is one such NGO that supports the disables and make them potential to live.

 

To increase the mobility, the disabled, people are supported by the facilities of wheelchair, brace, an artificial limb, a splint and more like objects for those who have a problem with legs. The hearing problem is solved by powerful hearing ear machine, for the low vision similarly different printed doc that makes the ability to read. Since, the disable peoples or their family fails to provide sufficient funding they could not purchase and this increases their inability.

 

The HansCultural Centre, gives support for the disabled persons by whom they can take the benefit of all such products that beats the inability and help to purchase it easily.

 

Hans’s Cultural Centre Objective for the disables

 

The Scheme goes to helping the disabled persons by bringing suitable, modern equipments, durable, standard aids that are within the reach.

 

The principle goal of the Scheme is to help the needy disabled persons in acquiring standard aids and appliances that can promote their physical and mental rehabilitation, by decreasing the impacts of handicaps and improve their financial potential.

 

The Hans Cultural Centre possesses professional experts and qualified staff for the distinguishing proof, and post-fitment care and in addition the guide/apparatus.

 

The Hans Cultural Centre is a charitable funding agency aimed at providing grants and funding to non-profit and non-governmental organizations all across India. The aim is to enhance social development in India and through its funding operations, with an aim to mitigate social inequality in India.

Our Address
42,Opposite Radha Swami Satsang Gate No. 4B, Bhatti Mines Road,Chhattarpur, New Delhi - 110074
011-30135184 info@hansculturalcentre.com
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