The Pakistan Society for the Rehabilitation of the Disabled is a non-profit, charitable organization established in 1957 in Lahore, Pakistan. It is supported by donations from philanthropic individuals and organizations.
(PSRD) was laid in 1957 with a small Physiotherapy Center in the Out Patient Department (OPD) of Mayo Hospital Lahore. Dr. Amir ud Din was the first President and Dr. Ayub Ahmad Khan was General Secretary, Begum Khudeja G.A Khan was the President of PSRD from 1960 to 1988 while Dr. Amir ud Din was its patron.
In 1963 the PSRD with the help of two research projects approved by the Govt. of Pakistan and funded by USA Govt. under the PL-480 Programme enabled the Society to set up a multipurpose a Physiotherapy Department and a workshop for fabrication of Prosthetics and Orthotics.
The existing premises was purchased by the Society in 1964. In 1969 the first new building was completed to house the Orthopaedic Workshop. In 1971-72 the block housing Physiotherapy Department and Surgical Unit was completed.

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I am very impressed by your work and will try to help. I am impressed. I ‘ll bring the information to All the people around us so they can donate.

Group of Visitors, Holland

I am very excited to start a close relationship with PSRD through a JICA Volunteer.

Jimmy Engineer, JICA

Your institution is Heaven on Earth.

Volunteers Coordinator, Shizuko Trust

An eye-opener loving caring environment. Left with a smile. Thank you

Director Caring Today Brierfield, Metje Hanekamp-Van de Kamp

I am most impressed. Wish you lot of success.

De Ruyterlaan, Netherlands

We are very impressed by all the good work that has been done, for this under privilege Group. We wish you many services and we hope to come.

Pediatrician, Holland

Visited P.S.R.D. with courtesy of Action Aid, Vice President, Islamabad.

Mr. Hiralal Sharma , Ashagram Trust, Barwani (M.P) India

In our society, awareness about special education is not up to that mark that our special children deserve. This Society is doing well for this neg special children. More and more awareness should come on the public level for special children. They are part of us!

Mrs. Qudsia Lodhi, Minister for Special Education, Punjab

The hospitality of the Pakistani people is a wonderful experience for any visitor to this delightful country.

Mr. Davis Morton , US based NGO “ Wheel For Humanity” of World Wheelchair Foundation

I am impressed by the dedication of the staff, theBoard members and all people associated with the PSRD. I wish them success in this noble task.

Brig. Mukhtar Ahmad , President, World Wide Fund, Lahore

It is indeed a great learning experience for me after seeing the set up of PSRD. I wish them all the success for this noble cause.

Brig. Attiq ur Rehman , National Trust for the Disabled, Islamabad

I will never forget PSRD Lahore. There was one of the best amongst Pakistan. People so active. People so tender. People so ability. PSRD.

Dr. Yoriko Taguchi, Ph.D Technical Adviser, Japan

My association with PSRD is pretty long now and with the passage of time, I am getting Convinced that this is one of the best NGO.

Kazi Afaq Hussain, Secretary , Social Welfare, Government of Punjab.

Excellent work by very dedicated workers. I pray Allah Almighty that you prosper and take this institution best in the world for our people.

Prof. Dr. Shamim Ahmad , Chief Executive, Services Hospital, Lahore