Facilitation and Social Responsibility Center

Facilitation and Social Responsibility Center

13 December, 2016
Opening Ceremony and Brief about INAUGURAL PROGRAMME

It is the pleasure and honor of the Cantonment Board Sagar MP to inform you about the opening and establishment of Facilitation and Social Rehabilitation Centre, at cantonment Board Sagar MP The Facilitation & Social Rehabilitation centre (FSRC) for mentally retarded children, on 13th Dec. 2016 (Tuesday) at Sagar cantonment by Shri Bhaskar Reddy, Director DE Southern Command.

The inaugural function was held in the Rajeev Ghandi Park Sadar in the vicinity of FSRC. Mr. Tarun Kumar Singh Trainer & renown psychologist from BTIRT Sagar had briefed about the concept, vision and mission of the centre. He had mentions in his speech that this centre will operate and urn in Ist phase in that lone and moderate mentally retarded children will be trained & educate d to make them able to do their daily routine work. Within a period of six months team members of the centre will locate such candidates in neighboring areas then counsel with their parents to acquire better result from the candidates admitted in the centre. the candidate will be registered then their disability will be assessed with the help of the assessment tools and kits by the experts and severe candidates will be referred to other centre in the state, while low and moderate this disabled candidates will be enrolled in the centre and number of exercises will be performed on them in six months to reduce their dependency on others. the centre will comprised of adm. manager, counselor, nurse, ward-boy and visiting experts from medical field to conduct various exercises envisaged in the manual parental co-operation will be utmost required the counselor will be approved candidate from RCI (Rehabilitation Counsel of India). Dr. Damyanti Jyotishi, Psychologist DDRC Sagar MP put light on the functioning and history of rehabilitation with some of the examples.

This centre could come in to existence by the strong will and initiative taken by the contemporary CEO of cantonment board Sagar Mr. Robin Baleja. Opening is just the mark of beginning there is lot of journey to be made to make to achieve the goal set by the authority. It is a privilege to spearhead this work that we believe will continue to push new boundaries, giving new hope and freedom for disabled people and challenge the culture of fear and oppression that surrounds them from the communities they live in.

Over the last few weeks the construction has been developing rapidly, our new purpose built rehabilitation centre is now completed providing the perfect setting for our rehab patients. It will provide a unique and life transforming service for the public of Cantonment Board Sagar, The services we provide includes training the Mentally Retarded Children (Mild and Moderate at Centre and referrals services for the all categories.) We train the mentally retarded to take care of himself/ herself without bothering his family members who have to generate income for him also. Thus, we train him/her to dress by himself, to take bath, to wash the dishes, to eat without any support, to wash his/her own clothes and to manage his daily life. They will be trained for practical living according to their abilities. The training may involve learning the alphabet, recognizing colours, distinguishing different currencies, simple calculations etc. In second and third Phases the mentally retarded children are also taken to regular schools and taught in a special classroom. Thus the Mentaly Retarded children who were once isolated gets love and acceptance from normal children of his/her own age group. The event was a huge success.
Finally we provided tea for all the guests. Picture Reference:


Pilot Project for the duration of three years, in very required case it may extend up to four years. If implementing agency wishes to extend this project, to next level, that may be on the discretion of its management which should be totally based on the performance of the current project and satisfactory results/output, (Record of achievement assessment based on time line and attainment of aims and objectives), for the feasible next level, management should form committee and collect reports and suggestions for what and which may be the right level, or type depending on the TCSFTC (TimeConditionSituationFundingTeamCopmpetancy). Phase Two from the fourth year or in special condition if required then from fifth year, which must matured reaching sixth year. Phase Three depending on the successful and smooth functioning of the phase two, management may extend it after sixth year, upto tenth year

INTRODUCTION Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation is the process and attempt to provide all sort of support to those who are deprived of something which are essential to live respectfully and with equal rights as all human beings. Rehabilitation is vast and extensive approach; different types of rehabilitation are adopted as per requirement and demand. Here cantonment board Sagar is taking small initiative with long-term goals in its preview to help the deprived children in society, initially starting with social rehabilitation of mild mentally retarded children, and achieving the complete school of education for the children with different disabilities.

Here it is important to understand the meaning of social rehabilitation in context of this centre for social rehabilitation, as a part of this referential document and manual for future references, to know the functioning and aims of this institution.

On the basis of general experience about the use of language we can mention at least three meanings of "social rehabilitation". These are

1) The improving of the context of social activities.
2) The social aspect of any kind of rehabilitation, and
3) Specific social rehabilitation.

The most general justification of social rehabilitation are the universal human rights and the equalization of opportunities. Human rights highlight equality and nondiscrimination. Accessibility is an interpretation of nondiscrimination. An accessible environment makes social functioning or social activities possible. The relevance of the environment can be seen everywhere. It is an issue of doors, thresholds, stairs, housing, transportation, communications, social networks, attitudes etc. Assistive technology is sometimes a precondition for social functioning. In these cases, an accessible environment is a necessary condition for social activities. Improving these conditions should be the objective of social rehabilitation and it is a part of rehabilitation that these circumstances are made suitable for a person as far as possible. In this general perspective we are interested in the conditions of social functioning ability, or the capacity of social activities. An issue which makes it difficult to understand social rehabilitation is that in almost all rehabilitation there is a social aspect. It is usual that family and community are involved. The aim of all rehabilitation is to find ways for people to participate in the community and in social life, for example, at home or in working life. In this sense educational, medical and vocational rehabilitation all have social aspects: it is important to take the social aspect in rehabilitation into account.

Then there are specific methods. Social functioning ability, or the capacity of social activities, is something distinct from the environment. For the rehabilitation process it is not always sufficient that the environment is accessible, friendly, etc. Specific methods are needed to help to develop social functioning or social activities. Human rights, equalization of opportunities, and accessibility enable and support social activities. It is a natural part of social rehabilitation to promote and negotiate about accessibility, to promote social networks, and to coordinate services. In this perspective we could have two meanings for social rehabilitation: social rehabilitation as the improvement of the conditions of social activities, and specific social rehabilitation as the process of enriching a person's capacity of social activities.


A Society with equal opportunities for all.


Promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes. Dedicated team with high ethos will be our tools and devotion towards socialization will be our technique. To facilitate empowerment of the Persons with disability, their families and support service. To widen scope of service delivery in the field of social rehabilitation.

Activities & Approach
1. Library Activities
2. Computer Awareness
3. Facilitation Cell for Parents in the field of Mental Retardation
4. Psychological Tests
5. Psychological Games
6. Psychological Activities
7. Assessment Tools
8. Games & Sports
9. Indoor Games
10. Protected Play Ground
11. Sanitation and Personal Cleanness Activities
12. Safe Tours and Visits
13. Music, Dance
14. Role Play Activities
15. Mother Child Activities
16. Father Child Activities
17. Parent Involved Activities
18. BFoADL (Basic functional activities of daily life)
19. KYR (Know your relations)
20. EWUII (Eatable Wearable Useable items identification)
21. SandS (Sense and Sensitivity)
22. Arts & Crafts
23. Life Skills Activities
24. Dinning Manners and Eating Etiquettes
25. Social Skills
26. Communication Skills
27. basic literacy & mathematical skills
28. Pre School Environment Curriculum
29. Basic Physiotherapy Instruments
30. Parental and Community Counseling
31. Awareness Activities
32. Training and Workshops for Parents
33. Training and Workshops for Rehabilitations Teachers and Trainer
34. Visiting Social Worker
35. Visiting Psychiatrist
36. Visiting Pediatrician
37. Visiting Dentist
38. Visiting Physiotherapist
39. Visiting Experts from DDRC and Relevant Agencies for Motivational Activities
40. By introducing children to the school environment at a young age solid foundations are created for their future academics & life skills to continue to grow and develop.