15 of CwDs is walking independently due to regular Physiotherapy
1 CwD able to walk with parallel bar
14CwDs able to recognize color
24CwDs able do ADL without support
30 CwDs able to speak Maa and Bapa
25 nos.PwDs have positive demonstrative growth
40Pwds are enrolled in general school
32Cwd has got disability certificate UDID
35 CwDs able got disability certificate
27 of PwDs have got Disability pension
38PwDs have got Aadhaar card
5 CwDs able to talk two words due to regular Speech Therapy
8 Children with Mental Retardation are able to write their name.
15PwDs got vocational training (Paper Thunga, Paper file, Paper folder)
5PwDs able to made paper Thunga Independently
6 CWDs participated in special District level sports, Subarnapur (Rolling, Shutfoot,)
8 parent meeting organised for the health care plan, certification, follow up of therapy and special education, uses of daily needed medicine, pension, scholarship and social mainstreaming. As a result the above results are visible for the children and family members.
As a result of observation of different day the parents are feeling the participation of their children and how the children are eager to express themselves. The observation of different day impacted more to regularize the children to centre based and home based follow up.
2. SWABALAMBAN-DAY CARE THERAPY CENTER IMPACT’s
10 numbers of children with disability having speech problem are availing services from DCTC. Children are able to speak
49 CWDs availing therapeutic services
67 CWDs availing rehabilitative services like training on ADLs and special education. 25 have doing their ADLs without support and 42 have with support.
DCTC have its own multidimensional activities to create a platform for CWD for their inclusive development. The Parents are getting platform to enhance their knowledge on disabilities and process of rehabilitation.
The CWDs are availing therapeutic and rehabilitative services in a daily basis. Different types of activities has been conducted such as creative fest, inclusive sports, vocational training for social inclusion and economic rehabilitation.
A Van has been moving named “Bhinakshyama Seva O Sahayata Express” to the villages in every Saturday. The objective of the express is to disseminate the information on DCTC, early identification of CWDs and provide therapeutic services at door step.
72% parents are doing exercise at home and support their child in the rehabilitative process.
Due to awareness meeting and mobile van Services local health service providers and doctors are referring the children to the Centre for the therapeutic and rehabilitative services.
12 parent meetings have been organized in both the Centre as a result the therapeutic intervention could regularized in lockdown situation also.
3. HEALTHLINE IMPACT STORY’s
418PWMI identified and 210 have access to medicine and under regular medication are in stable condition.
42 have provided medicine support from the Mental Health Programme and they are in stabled condition.
41 have received disability certificate, 41 have got pension and 32 have got PM Awas Yojana/Mo Kudia/Biju PakkaYojana
10 Family Support Group (FSG) have been formed with regular strengthening meeting
107 ASHA and AWW actively involved in Identification referrals and follow up process
285 PWMIs have involved in household productivity activities
418 caregiver’s and 210 PWMIs are aware on psychosocial education and they are applying in their day to day life.
With the continuous advocacy with District Administration and participation at State level Programme the Outdoor Services for Persons with Mental Illness started by trained Dr. Tribikram Pandia with Medicine Support.
The Mental Health review Board at District Level has constituted where a Stable Persons with Mental Illness as well as volunteer of the programme has nominated as member.
4. SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RIGHTS INITIATIVE IMPACT’s
92 adolescent club members aware on Life skill and Health hygiene
80 adolescent girls were aware on child marriage & its impact, different government schemes for the children and adolescent health care & reproductive child health. All the adolescent girls have pledged against child marriage and aware to their neighbours to stop child marriage.
1500 members from SHG and VLCPC were aware on the impact of child marriage and pledged to stop child marriage.
On the observance of International women’s Day 126 member were pledged against Child Marriage.
105 members from SHGs were aware on Adolescent Health Care, Education, Gender Based Violence, and Domestic Violence and pledged against Child Marriage.
5. CHILDLINE IMPACT’S STORY
207 children from103 families are regular supported as per the need based plan and their health, education, protection and nutrition and skilled health care have been ensured.
17 children from 13 vulnerable families identified and supported periodically to ensure their higher education based on care plan.
The participation of 878 members has ensured in Child Protection Committee to prepare the integrated child protection Plan.
28 VLCPC and 7 GPLCPC aware on the role and responsibility which resulted to resolve the child protection related issues of the village and the child marriage prohibited in the area fully.
7 numbers of Caregivers Association formed and strengthened in 8 GP.46 caregivers supported 4000 to 7000 (In terms of Kind) each to start income generation activities. All the families arerunning trade like; tailoring, goat farming, dairy farming, grocery shop, Tiffin shop, bamboo craft, poultry, vegetable cultivation etc. By result the families have an additional annual earning of INR 4000/- to INR 6500/- excluding the family need.