top of page

SAFAL-Strengthening and facilitating activities of daily living in children with multiple and severe disabilities

"The vision is to create a safe and an enabling environment for children where they have an improved activity of daily living, and achieve a substantial improvement in their learning and education as well."

SAFAL started in 2021 with 360 children and given the impact of theintervention, in the year 2022 we further expanded to 1153 children.SAFAL aims to create an inclusive society that offers equitableeducation and healthcare for people with disabilities.

It operates in Devipatan mandal, covering 3 aspirational districts:Shrawasti, Balrampur, Bahraich, and Gonda. This model uniquelyaddresses both primary and secondary needs of children withdisabilities, providing home-based therapies, enhancing their dailylife skills, and promoting their transition to school based education.

SAFAL not only offers therapies but also strengthens schoolingopportunities through collaboration with families, communities, 804government school systems, and 4,612 care givers. This interventionaligns with the state's disability-inclusive education goals, RTE Act,RPwD Act and SAMARTH*, promoting home-based education for childrenwith multiple and severe disabilities as Transitional Home BasedEducation.


Building a technical team: We've assembled a team of 18physiotherapists, 4 speech therapists, and 4 cluster coordinatorsstationed in their respective blocks and districts.

Enhancing outreach and individualized therapy: Conductingcomprehensive assessments and creating tailored therapy plans forchildren. Using various techniques and cognitive games, boostingrehabilitation within their communities.

Transitioning to school-based education: Supporting the childrenwith the specially designed accessible worksheets, covering thecurriculum from 1st to 3rd grade and with progress, ensuringtransition to mainstream schooling.

Empowering Families and Communities: Regular counselingcircles to empower families of CWSN for active socialization. Asper the child’s needs, connecting them with relevant departments(disability, health, social welfare).

Project Gallery

bottom of page