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Tibetan Ability Center

Registered under Societies Registration Act 

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Inclusive Education and Early Intervention Awareness

This project aims to promote awareness on Inclusive Education and Early Intervention, to promote inclusive, safe, and accessible learning environments and capacity building of teachers and parents, to make the Tibetan schools a welcoming place for differently-abled students, to fight negative attitudes and stereotypes against disabled person, to increase CWD enrollment in mainstream schools, and to encourage parents and teachers to push CWD to complete secondary education.

Resource Center for Inclusion Program

TAC established a disability resource center in McLoedganj in 2017. This resource center provides resource, psychological guidance, physiotherapy, special education, adapted teaching methods guidance, and specially designed teaching materials to differently-abled children.

Mobility Mission

Aids and assistive devices are the supporting devices used by persons with disabilities in improving their quality of life in terms of mobility, communication and for performing their daily activities. There is a wide range of assistive devices available to meet the needs of person with disabilities. By use of these Aids & assistive devices, people with disabilities becomes independent and their participation in the society increases.We provide wheelchairs and mobility aids to those most in need amongst the physically disabled Tibetans, who otherwise would be unable to afford one on their own.

Tibetan Disability Allowance Program: Sponsorship

Under this program, differently abled person are provided annual stipends for healthcare and medical supplies. These small grants will enable those most in need to procure essential ration and access medical care. Although small, these grants make a huge difference to people in dire need of medical assistance and essentials.

OUTREACH PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHAB CAMP

 Physical rehabilitation services in remote and rural areas are very rare in India, TAC conducts outreach rehabilitation services to address this need in the community through outreach physiotherapy and rehabilitation medical camp in various Tibetan settlements in India. These rehabilitation camps are led by  the qualified Physiotherapists and nurses.