Differently Abled is often described in terms of lack of normal functioning of physical, mental or psychological processes. It is also defined as learning difficulties or difficulties in adjusting socially, which interfaces with a person’s normal growth and development.  A disabled child has been defined as one who is unable to ensure by himself, wholly or partially the necessities of a normal individual or social life including work as a result of deficiency whether congenital or not in his physical or mental capabilities.

Persons having any of the disabilities, namely, visual, communication (hearing and/or speech) and locomotor, will be considered physically disabled. More and more people are now convinced that "disabled" is not the right term to describe people who are challenged. Many now prefer using the term "differently abled".


Pariraksha scheme for Differently abled persons
Psycho social programme for destitute mentally ill persons
Swasraya scheme for parents/ mothers of PH/MR persons
Vidyajyothi scheme- Financial aid for uniforms and study materials to PH students
Vidyakiranam scheme-Educational assistance to children of disabled parents
Scheme for providing Assistive devices to Differently abled persons
Distress Relief Fund for the Differently Abled (Medical Treatment)
Financial Assistance to visually impaired Advocates
Scholarship for Differently abled Students
Marriage Assistance to differently abled women and to daughters of differently abled parents
World Disabled Day Celebrations
Vocational Training for disabled
Scheme of Issuing Disability Certificate
Scholarship for Disabled students pursuing Degree, PG courses (Distance Education)
Financial assistance to Disabled students pursuing (10th, +1, +2 equivalent exams)
Matru Jyothi -Financial assistance for PwD mothers


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