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Global Recognition for our Early Intervention Project from United Nations, MIT, Australia and Europe... Read more..
International conference on Early Intervention Attended by more than 500 delegates from worldwide. Preconference workshop was knowledge sharing platform, conducted by Dr. Dinesh Krishna and Ms. Marie Brien from Canada-Photos. In next 2 days, high level researchers, Professors and speakers in the field of Early Intervention gave presentations Photos1, Photos2.
Support SDR surgery for children in Canada
Handi-Care Intl. is supporting SDR surgery (done in USA) and rehababilitaion for Canadian children with Cerebral Palsy by assisiting the parents to raise funds Read More
Sponsor a Youth
Youth between the ages 18 and 25 with disabilities come under this program. Many youth are high school graduates and are enrolled in various Degree and Diploma programs, Read More
Clinical placement for Canadian students
Over 150 OT/PT students from Canada have participated since 2006. HCI has affiliations with 11 Canadian Universities, and we have added SLP student placements in 2019. Read 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 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
Our first and major partner to date (since 1992) is an Indian registered charity " AMAR SEVA SANGAM " a highly reputable and award winning organization run "by the disabled for the disabled". Read more...
Therapeutic Equipment Donation
When a therapist at Amar Seva Sangam identifies a patient in need of equipment, needed to assist and improve the condition, it is brought to HCI for funding support. Read more