Narayan Seva Sansthan (NSS) celebrated Eid by hosted LIVE Webinar for Differently-abled, on using artificial limbs

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Narayan Seva Sansthan (NSS) celebrated Eid by hosted LIVE Webinar for Differently-abled, on using artificial limbs
Narayan Seva Sansthan (NSS) celebrated Eid by hosted LIVE Webinar for Differently-abled, on using artificial limbs

Udaipur, 26 May 2020: Narayan Seva Sansthan (NSS) conducted Live Webinar for differently abled individuals or amputees who are preparing for prosthetic fitting, via Facebook and Youtube LIVE. NSS has offered 13,762 free of cost artificial limbs and 351397 calipers to amputees who do not have the resources to buy prosthetic limbs for themselves.

Yesterday, Live session was hosted between 11.30 AM and 1.30 PM. The webinar threw light on how to take the right measurements for prosthetic fitting and regarding the functioning of artificial limbs.

Dr. Manas Ranjan Sahu, Narayan Seva Sansthan Hospital, said, “Fitment of prosthetic limbs are not surgically complicated processes, but it has to be done right so that the beneficiary can feel comfortable with the sudden change in physiology and day to day lifestyle. There are many nuances, rights and wrongs of this procedure and many questions arise around how to prepare an amputee for a prosthetic fitting. The webinar session today answered all these questions. Eminent prosthetics and orthopedic experts were present.”

Few weeks ago, the NGO conducted free of cost “Paramarsh” special LIVE health consultancy sessions for differently-abled individuals. Doctors provided free consultancy sessions to the differently-abled from 10th May to 14th May, daily from 10 am onward for 1 hour, on Facebook and Youtube. In the “Paramarsh” Campaign, around 15 thousands Non-COVID-19 patients and differently-abled individuals asked their health related queries about heel pain, rheumatoid arthritis, bone tenderness, joint pain, lower back pain, knee pain, slip disc, nerve bulge and joint movement pain. The sessions were immensely successful, which inspired the organization to host another similar webinar for artificial limb fitment.

To ensure that nobody misses a single meal during this ongoing lockdown to contain the spread of Coronavirus, Narayan Seva Sansthan (NSS) distributed more than 76,000 food packets among the destitute. Prior to the lockdown, the NGO used to distribute free meals to people in hospitals. Since very early on from 1985 onward, the NGO had distributed a total of 16358872 food packets among the needy and patients admitted at the hospitals in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

In addition, differently abled are contributing to our frontline savers’ safety efforts by sewing masks and creating PPE kits. So far, the differently abled has made over 40,000 masks, 525 PPE kits, and distributed ration items to over 1850 families.

Vandana Agarwal, Director, Narayan Seva Sansthan said, In these difficult times, our Corona relief seva team is going and distributing food, mask and required ration material to the needy. As India advances into the fourth phase of lockdown, our efforts are towards bringing all possible solutions related to differently abled’s health problem, education and skill development, in one place. Since 35 years, our commitment has been towards serving humanity, by providing the needy with food, skill training, clothes, advanced child education, artificial limbs, Diagnosis and Surgery.

Narayan Seva Sansthan also runs a ‘Bhagwan Mahaveer Destitute Home’ since 1990 for the differently abled orphan children and arranges food, clothing, residential accommodation and educational facilities for 200+ children up to the age of 18 years. Although Narayan Seva Sansthan is focused on serving differently abled individuals, it has recently also started free English medium schooling for the students of surrounding villages. This school provides bus pick-up and drop, Smart classes, Indoor and Outdoor Games, playground, books and stationeries, uniforms, breakfast and lunch. Students are given all these facilities free of cost.

Narayan Seva Sansthan provides support to the ‘people in need’ by distributing the school stationery and bags to the parents of the children living in the remote tribal, mainly in North-West India. It also distributes hand Lorries loaded by vegetables and fruits to the people who are in need and can start business for livelihood.

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