Publications

What are Repetitive Stress Injuries & How to Manage ??

Introduction: The incidence of occupationally induced upper and lower extremity disorders, often referred to as Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), has increased dramatically in the last decade, which may be because of a technology and industry driven life style. A number of prospective studies which conceptualize RSI as a complex biopsychosocial phenomenon framed within a chronic pain model offer some insights...

Ray of Hope for Children with Disabilities by CSR JSPL

Asha The Hope, O P Jindal Vocational Rehabilitation Centre has been functioning by JSPL Foundation at Raigarh, Chhattisgarh with its comprehensive rehabilitation services for children with disabilities from locomotor, hearing, speech, intellectual and visual categories. The centre used to provide Physiotherapy, Occupational therapy, Speech therapy, Special education services to nearly 130 children with different disabilities. Due to COVID pandemic the...

National Rural Livelihood Mission

Since the independence of India, poverty has been one of the crucial challenges for inclusive growth for the country to compete with the world. Access to formal finance by the poor is an essential prerequisite for poverty alleviation and sustainable development. A report published by the Rangarajan committee in 2014 claims that India has...

The Autism Discussion Page on Stress, Anxiety, Shutdowns and Meltdowns: by Nason (Author)

Many people automatically think medication for ADHD when treating hyperactivity in children with autism. However, there are many other strategies for organizing the nervous system. These techniques should be tried first, or at used alongside medication when dealing with scattered, disorganized behavior in children with autism. I have found that...

Facebook group of teachers and educators, develops Online Educational Resources.

Facebook Group for Teacher Educators,Teachers (of any subject from any level of Education) & Diploma, Degree students of Education subjects has developed Online Education Resources for all subjects and for all levels of students. This academic group has 63000+ members across the Globe. The group was created on 11th June, 2011. The group has...

Tele-Rehabilitation Project – “Sambhav” by Jan Vikas Samiti, Varanasi, a Model for NGOs and CSR.

Introduction: Telerehabilitation is the clinical application of consultative, preventative, diagnostic, and therapeutic rehabilitation services via two‐way interactive telecommunication technology. It is developed to provide reasonable access to geographically remote individuals and to those who are physically and economically disadvantaged and also has the capacity to improve the quality of rehabilitation health care. Tele-rehabilitation relates to...

India’s first visually impaired Disability Commissioner, passes away at 69.

Prasanna Kumar Pincha, India’s first visually impaired Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities, died on 26th July 2020 at the age of 69. Shree Pincha, blind since birth, was a reputed disability rights activist and he served as Chief Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities for a three-year tenure, from December 2011 to 2014.  With...

5 Principles to ward-off energy suckers. Dr. L. Govinda Rao

In my work life, most of the initiatives have as usual encountered criticism. Some are helping improve the implementation and some are only to create a dampening environment. I have learnt from the positive inputs and improved my knowledge. In case of pessimistic observations, I have learnt the art of putting these into dustbin....

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