Narayan Seva Sansthan – a charitable organization that runs charitable hospitals in the country for Specially-abled people, in particular for polio and by-birth disabled, organized an artificial Limb distribution camp at Narayan Seva Sansthan’s in Bangalore. Around 14 Differently abled got Free-of-cost Artificial Limbs during the camp with help of which these individuals will ambulate by themselves. Narayan Seva Sansthan has also offered skill development courses to these Divyangs at their Smart Village facility in Udaipur.
Last month, NGO organised Artificial Limb measurement camp in Aligarh,Jaipur and Delhi where around 120 differently abled were measured for the Limb distribution.
Mr. Srinivas Kumar Prosthetic and Orthotic, Narayan Sewa Sansthan said, “Our five prosthetic and orthotic engineers accompanied by orthopedic doctors aided and installed the customized artificial limbs at the camp. Besides this, NGO is offering artificial limbs and prosthetics for free of charge to the needy patients which market values is around RS 70,000. ”
Mr. Prashant Agarwal, President, Narayan Seva Sansthan said, “We intend to reach out to every single differently abled individual who needs artificial limbs to be able to mobilize but to also showcase them a way forward to be able to stand on their feet and take on the challenges that world throws at them. So far, we have successfully distributed close to 99,133 Calipers, 10452 wheelchairs, and 3,646 tricycles. An artificial limb not only improves their mobility but also makes them independent by instilling a new confidence.”
After providing free of cost 1,13,231 aids and assistances, Narayan Seva Sansthan is planning to organise next Artificial Limb distribution camp in Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Agra, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Aligarh during this month. Besides this, since inception NSS has orgnised more than 500 camps across the length and breadth of country for bringing mobility.
Narayan Seva Sansthan, which is based out of Udaipur in Rajasthan, has operated over 3.7 lakh patients in last 35 years. Artificial limbs make their normal day-to-day activities less tedious.