The 34th issue discusses Prevention of Cerebral Palsy with Magnesium Sulphate
The 33rd issue discusses the Six helpful tips for raising a Child With Down Syndrome
The 32nd issue discusses the Covid’s effects on Persons With Intellectual Disability
The 31st issue discusses the covid and persons on autism spectrum
The 30th issue discusses the support provided by business houses to the disability community
The 29th issue discusses news and views about Down Syndrome
We introduce a new series of blogs for Professionals. The first of the series reviews how a professional assessment of Cerebral Palsy can be done so that a course of action for treatment can be charted.
Lockdown restrictions have aggravated problems of the pandemic for caregivers and people with intellectual and developmental challenges. Individuals with disabilities are particularly vulnerable to exploitation as community supports stop functioning as usual. This newslteter features information about the intersection between the Covid19 pandemic and persons with intellectual and developmental challenges. The newsletter brings you the […]
The coronavirus pandemic has created unique concerns for caregivers and people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Individuals with disabilities likely have the same risk factors as the general population – those who are older or have compromised immune systems are most vulnerable to the virus.
Happy New Year 2020!! We start the year off on a happy note as the 25th issue of our e-newsletter is all about the Amrit was recently a part of a collaborative effort funded by DFID to review the Evidence base on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in South Asia. It also brings you the latest […]
On the fifth annual global “Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Day” Amrit is delighted to share with you the response from the medical personnel to work with the children with special needs to empanel on SWECCHA.
On World Health Day 2019, Amrit launched the first-of-its-kind ‘Baby Milestone & Red Flag Tracker’ in India. The tracker will help parents and caregivers to not only track the developmental milestones of their baby between 0-5 years, but also understand when to be concerned. This user-friendly tool curated by a developmental expert, is just what […]
In its efforts to provide a fresh perspectives and clear evidence in the field of disability, Amrit has conducted capsule studies on issues such as the financial cost of raising a child with challenges (CwC); whether caregivers and service providers of CwC are proactive about good touch and bad touch counselling; and interventions of service […]
Continuing our focus on information for persons with intellectual and developmental challenges, Amrit has uploaded Entitlement Documents on its website. The documents provide advice on how to acquire a Disability Certificate and get Financial Support for education, professional venture or micro/ small businesses.
Did you know that Sweccha, our Services Bank, has service information on professionals and institutions from 17 states 3 union territories in India. Sweccha is India’s first online directory of service providers committed to provide their services to persons with intellectual and developmental challenges.
Queries on an uptick!. In 2018, Amrit has focussed on several activities to improve information available to parents and caregivers of Children with Challenges (CwCs) to improve their quality of life by easing their access and use of services.
2nd April, the XIth World Autism Awareness Day. We are happy to announce that our #weallfitin campaign for progressive corporates is here! In January 2018, we conducted the first corporate workshop in partnership with C&C Constructions Ltd.
The Patang Project book was launched on 27 October 2017 by Ms. Stuti Kakkar, Chairperson of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights. To know about the findings, you can now purchase a copy from www.amazon.in or by reaching out to us at email@example.com
The launch of the Patang Project book is scheduled for October 2017. The book highlights the difficulties that caregivers face everyday, and the difference in social outcomes between children with challenges and their siblings.
As we enter our 6th year, we are glad to have you as part of the Swechha community. If you know any respite care or day care centres, please let us know and we will be happy to add them to Swechha. To learn more about what we are planning to do, read our latest e-newsletter.
Find out about the activities we have been upto in the past quarter including the launch of our video channel Amritshala by reading the 14th issue of our E-Newsletter. As April is Autism Awareness Month, we focus on Autism related news in this edition.
Happy New Year!! We start the year off on a happy note as the thirteenth issue of our e-newsletter is all about the PWD Bill 2016 which was recently passed in both the houses. It also brings you the latest news from Amrit and from all over India. You can read the issue here.
The twelfth issue of our e-newsletter talks about Down Syndrome and brings you the latest news from Amrit and from all over India. You can read the issue here.
The eleventh issue of our e-newsletter talks about Intellectual Disability and brings you the latest news from Amrit and from all over India. You can read the issue here.
The tenth issue of our e-newsletter talks about Autism and brings you the latest news from Amrit and from all over India. April is Autism Awareness Month and we would love for you to light it up blue to support Autism awareness. You can read the issue here.
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