Adopt a child in Early Intervention

This is HCI’s flagship project cosponsored by Grand Challenges Canada. The target is to offer EI therapy for 700 children  Read More

With the sponsorship of CDN400 per year, complete rehab of a child in Early Intervention is offered. Read More

Support SDR surgery for children in Canada

Handi-Care Intl. is supporting parents of children in Ontario with Cerebral Palsy in their effort to raise funds for a special corrective surgery called SDR (Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy) done in the USA. Read More

Sponsor a disabled Youth

Disabled youth between the ages 18 and 25 are recruited under this scheme. Many youth are high school graduates and are enrolled in various Degree and Diploma programs, ReadMore

Clinical placement for Canadian students

Over 150 Health Sciences students in Canada have participated in this program since it began 12 years ago. HCI has formed affiliations with nine Canadian Universities, and 49 occupational therapy students.  More

Adopt a child - above age 6

Under this program, we invite you to sponsor children with various disabilities between the ages of 6 and 18. This is one of our oldest programs which started in year 1992… Read more….

Meal For A Day / Campus feeding

A very popular program that will be of interest to all, where poor disabled children and youth get special meals on a day of your choice. A wonderful program to celebrate a birthday or wedding  anniversary …. read more....

Major partner-India

Our first and major partner to date (25 years) is an Indian registered charity – AMAR SEVA SANGAM – a highly reputable and award winning organization run by totally committed volunteer office bearers…. Read more….

Support OT / PT Rehab in rural India

Canadian OT, PT therapists and students have helped identify gaps in therapy provided at ASSA and have helped implement new therapies and technology to assist disabled children and adults. Funds are needed to purchase equipment and supplies identified by our Canadian therapists to provide disabled clients with the best therapy possible… Read more..

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