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The Top NGOs who help PWDs to get jobs

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The Top NGOs who help PWDs to get jobs

The disabled are often overlooked when it comes to employment opportunities. This is especially true for those with mental disabilities who may have trouble performing certain types of work or communicating with others. However, there are several NGOs that help Persons with Disabilities find jobs. 

In this article, we will be discussing a few of the NGOs that are working for the employability of Persons with Disabilities.

1. Diya Foundation

The Diya Foundation is a Bangalore-based vocational training centre that helps intellectually challenged persons to get jobs. The organization was founded in 1998 and has helped over numerous individuals in the last 20 years.

At the Diya Foundation, differently abled persons are taught important life skills such as grooming, hygiene, household management, personal-social skills, occupational guidance, and employability. The foundation also prepares its students for work and independence by providing them with support networks and raising community awareness.

Since its inception, the Diya Foundation has made a positive impact on the lives of many disabled persons. The foundation has given them hope for a better future and has helped them lead more independent and fulfilling lives.

2. Family of Disabled (FoD)

The Family of Disabled (FoD) is an organization that helps disabled people to get jobs and become financially independent. Dr. Rajinder Johar, a quadriplegic, founded FoD in 1992. The organization helps disabled people living in poverty to earn a living and also raises public awareness about impairments and the abilities of disabled people. 

FoD has published India's first disability magazine, which features articles about the lives and experiences of disabled people in India. The magazine also showcases the work of disabled artists and craftspeople. FoD relies on donations to continue its work; you can donate to FoD to help more disabled individuals achieve economic independence.

3. VISHWAS

VISHWAS is an organisation that advocates for underprivileged and disabled individuals. It works with stakeholders to establish inclusive practices and policy knowledge and offers participation opportunities. 

VISHWAS has created a Disability Resource Manual for ASHA and Anganwadi workers, regular teachers, and parents to raise awareness and provide accurate information on 21 impairments and associated challenges. Four programs accompany VISHWAS:

  • VISHWAS Vidyalaya serves students with and without disabilities. The school provides an inclusive environment where all students can learn together. This program helps to break down barriers between disabled and non-disabled children.
  • VISHWAS Research and Training research effective methods of inclusion so that they can be implemented in schools, workplaces, and communities. They also train professionals on how to include people with disabilities in their services.
  • VISHWAS Skill Development and Training provide training courses which teach employable skills such as computer literacy, customer service, English language skills, etc. They also help participants find internships or jobs after completing the course.
  • VISHWAS Community Based Programme helps communities establish barrier-free and inclusive environments for disabled people. The program provides support so that community members can become aware of disability issues, design solutions tailored to meet local needs, implement these solutions, and monitor their progress over time.

4. Adarsh Charitable Trust

Differently abled persons have unique needs when it comes to education and medical care. Most of them need physical or mental medical care in order to socialize properly. Adarsh Charitable Trust is an NGO that helps such youngsters obtain therapy and education.

The trust has physiotherapists and special educators for youngsters with different disabilities. They teach and treat students with special needs, helping them develop their skills and abilities. The charity also provides medical care to its students, making sure that they are healthy and able to lead normal lives.

Adarsh Charitable Trust is a great organisation that helps differently-abled persons get the education and treatment they need. With their help, these individuals can develop their skills, grow socially, and lead normal lives.

 

5. Ritham Special School for the Mentally Challenged Children

Ritham Special School for the Mentally Challenged Children is an NGO in Tamil Nadu, India that was founded in 2004. The organization was derived from inspiration from a child named David. David was brilliant at remembering what he read but couldn't understand it properly. The founder wanted to train him because of his talent and created Ritham Special School to aid these types of differently-abled children.

The school focuses on educating differently abled youngsters to encourage them to learn and live well in society. Over 60,000 differently abled pupils have dropped out of school due to a lack of special education and personalized attention. Ritham School produces syllabuses based on individual student assessments and maintains a good teacher-student ratio.

This helps people with disabilities get jobs by expanding their opportunities and skillset. By providing quality education, they are able to enter the workforce with confidence and knowledge. This sets them up for success in their career path and allows them to lead fulfilling lives.

 

6. Ashadeep Foundation

Ashadeep Foundation has worked for the community for 35 years and it is based in Uttar Pradesh's Ghaziabad. The organization aspires to improve the lives of people with mental problems and their families in India's North-eastern states. Therapy sessions provided by the foundation have assisted people with mental illness and intellectual disabilities. 

More than 1200 people have intervened in mental health concerns involving 650 homeless mentally ill people. Over 120 school and college students, Anganwadi workers, etc. have received mental health training from Ashadeep Foundation. The organization provides a number of services for people with mental disabilities which include therapeutic interventions, medical assistance, vocational training, job placement assistance, and follow-up services. 

These services are provided at various levels depending on the needs of individuals. Some of the rehabilitation programs offered by Ashadeep Foundation are day care centre, psychiatric advice clinic, mobile outreach team, residential program, halfway house, self-help groups, day treatment centre etc.

 

7. Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled

Mahantesh G Kivadasannavar and Sugur Paramashivaiah Nagesh founded Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled in 1997. The organization is dedicated to empowering people with disabilities and the underprivileged through excellent education, housing, and healthy food. This enables disabled people to join society.

The trust provides various services for its beneficiaries. These include residential care, educational assistance, vocational training, job placement services, etc. The aim is to help people with disabilities lead independent lives by becoming productive members of society. One of the main ways Samarthanam Trust helps its beneficiaries is by providing them with employment opportunities. 

The trust has various social enterprises which provide employment to hundreds of disabled people and women in need. These enterprises include a mobile phone repair workshop, a computer centre, an e-commerce company, a laundry service, and a catering service.

Conclusion

In conclusion, I find that NGOs that help PwDs with jobs are doing a great job of helping Persons with Disabilities. They are not only helping them find jobs but also helping them to develop their skills and become productive members of society. 

NGOs should be encouraged and supported by everyone so that they can continue to do what they are doing now.

We at Say Foundation are calling all NGOs to register on our website so that we can collaborate for bigger, better things going forward to make an impact in the lives of the PwDs. Write to us for more - contactus@thesayfoundation.com

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