Amar Seva Sangam (ASS) was established to empower disabled citizens in the area by establishing a Valley for the Disabled as a Rehabilitation and Development Centre for the region. They also want to develop models for self-help initiatives by integrating disabled individuals with society for improved living conditions in the village.
ASS is committed to satisfy physically challenged service users by empowering them to have an equal participation in society. This is achieved by providing them with the appropriate rehabilitation services of excellent quality and continuously improving the same. The founders’ vision is to make ASS a model centre catering to all the needs of the disabled. The organisation, begun with just a handful of children, has grown into an institution of significant social relevance rendering immeasurable services to needy disabled.
Their objectives are to:
Work closely with society, various NGOs and governmental organizations.
To enhance awareness on the need and means of empowerment.
To enhance the service facilities in the organization for rehabilitation to cope up with various challenges of all disabilities.
Make the organization a “System driven one” by ensuring effective implementation and maintenance of Quality Management System and continuously improving the same.
Improving the quality of rehabilitation services by enhancing the competence of the human resource personnel in the organization.
Their activities in 2012-13 were as follows:
Institution-based rehabilitation: Rehabilitation activities are undertaken at their home for children and the school for special children.
Village Based Rehabilitation Initiatives: Under this initiative ASS involves persons with disabilities and the community in the rehabilitation process. Over the years they have reached out to nearly 14,000 disabled people.
Income Rs7 cr
Expense Rs6 cr
Source : Audit Report 2015
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