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Hrd in Disability Rehabilitation - Role of Csos with Ethics


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Disability is the barrier for development which works as cause and consequence of each other that further deepens the poverty. The disability population is quite high and alarming the stakeholders for developing effective strategies and interventions for identification, rehabilitation including prevention. This further marginalizes them with isolation and invisibility. At this stage the concerns of Persons with Disability (PWDs), and their parents that 'nothing about us without us?' and 'what will happen to the child after us?' respectively needs better solution with ethics and values. CSOs are the key players in coordinating the Government, PWDs, Parents, Siblings and other departments for reaching the groups both quantitatively and qualitatively with effective service delivery systems. The study made with CSOs, Parents, Siblings,&PWDs each 15 samples with developed questionnaires has clearly reflected that they are very much committed for the cause of disability rehabilitation including prevention. The study has opened scope for detailed research and to address the issues of disability with innovative and creative problem solving solutions with better sustainability and quality.
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N. Lakshmi Narayana
Geo Rehabilitation Centre, Hyderabad, India

Abstract


Disability is the barrier for development which works as cause and consequence of each other that further deepens the poverty. The disability population is quite high and alarming the stakeholders for developing effective strategies and interventions for identification, rehabilitation including prevention. This further marginalizes them with isolation and invisibility. At this stage the concerns of Persons with Disability (PWDs), and their parents that 'nothing about us without us?' and 'what will happen to the child after us?' respectively needs better solution with ethics and values. CSOs are the key players in coordinating the Government, PWDs, Parents, Siblings and other departments for reaching the groups both quantitatively and qualitatively with effective service delivery systems. The study made with CSOs, Parents, Siblings,&PWDs each 15 samples with developed questionnaires has clearly reflected that they are very much committed for the cause of disability rehabilitation including prevention. The study has opened scope for detailed research and to address the issues of disability with innovative and creative problem solving solutions with better sustainability and quality.

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