EnAble India was established to empower individuals with disabilities. Their core activities are the employability and employment of individuals with disabilities, pre-employment services, supplemental education, counselling, support services, consultancy, and training for other institutions. They cater to the needs of all kinds of disabilities such as visual impairment, hearing impairment, locomotor disability, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, mental illness, learning disability, multiple disabilities and more.
Their activities are:
For Persons with Disability: The organisation helps to find technology based and other solutions to overcome barriers at the workplace and to enhance a disabled individual’s work performance. They provide support services through mentors to help make career choices, and provide research and reading material. EnAble also provides training and development programmes aimed at helping a disabled individual acquire the right skills for the workplace. They enable persons with disability to use alternate innovative workplace solutions and overcome their challenges. This enables the disabled to work with efficiency, quality and excellence.
For Employers: More than 600 companies (private and public sector) across 25 cities in India have employees with disabilities working in skilled, semi-skilled, and unskilled jobs through the organisation’s direct intervention. They provide these companies with information on how to provide a barrier-free environment to make employees as productive as possible. The organisation also has an Employee Outreach Programme to help include disabled individuals in the work environment. EnAble organises workshops aimed at sensitising employees on working with persons with disability.
Training: They aim to make candidates employable by offering different courses for people with special needs. EnAble gives one-on-one attention, real time exposure, and job simulation. They train employers, potential employees, teachers, and partners. Capacity building programmes for enabling trainers to train persons with disability on life skills, computer trainings for the blind, and employability training.
Children: Training is provided for the overall development of children under the age of 18 years who are visually impaired. The organisation has early intervention services to enable children to minimize developmental delays and achieve their desired educational goals. They collaborate with schools and hospitals to improve services and expand their reach.
Income Rs4 cr
Expense Rs4 cr
Source : Audit Report 2015
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