ABOUT FSMHP – UDAAN
The Foundation for Spastic and Mentally Handicapped Persons (FSMHP) ® is a Non-Profit organization, registered as a Trust in April 1994 to help persons with brain damage related disabilities like Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation (MR), Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), to lead a better quality of life, and to help them return to their rightful place in society and gainful employment wherever possible.
Legal status and Recognitions: (A) By Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. of India; (b) Income Tax Exemption U/s. 80G and 12 AC; (c) Home Ministry, Govt of India under FCRA to receive foreign grants, etc.; (d) Registered under Persons With Disability Act.
Uniqueness: Provides standard OT + PT + SpeciaL Education + Speech Therapy + Sensory Integration Therapy + ADL Training + Arts and Crafts Training + Pre-vocational Training + HBOT (mild and regular pressure) + Biomedical Testing and Management of Autism + Specialized Dietary guidelines + Inj. MB12 Therapy + very selected cases of Regenerative Therapy. Projects in the pipeline include Clinical Trial on rTMS and CBR projects, Clinical Trial on Unani (standardized C.asiatica: Brahmi).
Skype video conference for distance guidance of parents.
Phone our R&D Manager at +91-958-242-8429 or Email email@example.com for appointment
Make the Spirit of Freedom inherent in the heart of every child, especially a Special Child, fly like a free bird in spite of the disability trying to drag him/her down. This is reflected both in the name of our Project: UDAAN for the Disabled, and our logo.
- Provide affordable intensive one-to-one Rehabilitation and Training to children and adults with moderate to severe brain related disabilities.
- Develop and standardize affordable evidence based medical methodologies for reversal of brain damage to the extent logistically and medically possible in special-need children with Autism, CP, Traumatic brain injuries, Down’s Syndrome and other Neurodevelopmental Delays.
- Spread awareness about these newly established medical strategies to enhance the quality of life (NOT CURE) and possibility of employability of persons with Neurodevelopmental disability, beyond what may be achieved by the best standards of recognized Rehabilitation Techniques given alone.