CONTRIBUTE FOR THE
MAKING PAKISTAN INCLUSIVE FOR THE DIFFERENTLY ABLED SINCE 1957
We Help Brighten Lives of Differently Abled
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Your contribution as donations, zakat or sadqat can help us shape future of Differetly Abled children
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Your small efforts or initiatives can bring a significant change in Differently Abled children's live
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Your donations can educate an orthopedically challenged child from a low-income family
The vision of PSRD is to seek a society that
Respects and values all those with different abilities
Listens to them and learns from them
Gives hope and opportunity to all handicapped people
Besides free quality education, PSRD High School provides free books, uniforms, pick-up and drop-off facilities, and free meals to the differently abled. PSRD’s Skill Development Centre is also performing exceptionally well. It not only imparts computer skills and arts and crafts to the students but also enables them to earn good wages by making items on order for commercial brand outlets. A total of 4361 students have been admitted to PSRD High School from 2005 to 2022.
Every year, around 22,500 patients are registered and categorised according to their paying capacity. Out of this, almost 20% are treated free of charge, and the rest are treated at highly concessional rates. They are catered to properly, keeping quality standards high. Orthotics & Prosthetics provided 3630 appliances to 22869 patients. The physiotherapy centre attended 7713 patients who were given 59042 treatment sessions and 495 patients who were given 945 treatment sessions, specifically in collaboration with Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, the School of Allied Health Sciences, and the Children’s Hospital.
CBR and VRC are active in providing valuable services to underprivileged men and women with disabilities to start their own small businesses. PSRD aims to provide them with microcredit facilities to start their own small businesses and help them stand on their own feet. They also provide immunization programmers, primary education, and vocational training to poor women and children living in the outlying areas of Lahore.