Giving People A Reason To Change

  • Purnima Dolui

    Purnima Dolui

    Purnima is a 70% orthopedically disabled women. She is working as a Data Entry Operator in Home for Children with Disabilities from 2011. She is enjoying her life with happiness and confidence. She is a contributory member of her family. She gain respect from her family as well as from the neighbor, once who look upon her as invalid and disturbing element of the family. The friends As a result she is isolated day by day from the mainstream society. Purnima was born on 8th October 1988 in a downtrodden family in the corner of Howrah district in Shyampur Block. There was no such income ea...

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  • Putul Maity

    Putul Maity

    26 Years old Putul Maity is a jovial girl. But since birth she is suffering from vitamin deficiency syndrome. Being a girl of a miserable family she was deprived from her very needed treatment and primary facility of daily life. Her world was nothing but a darkness. In this clouded situation her parents got a ray of hope when they came to Asha Bhavan Centre. They brought her and admitted in our residential home. Then she was 12 years old. She was improving gradually with our special care. Completing the primary education she went back to her own shelter. But our support was not finished. We...

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  • Supriya Mondal

    Supriya Mondal

    Supriya Mondal a Post Polio Residual Paralyzed women born in 1st January 1987 in a remote village of Howrah district. After find her in a helpless situation at the age of 5 years we bring her in the umbrella of rehabilitation services of Asha Bhavan Centre. Receiving various kind of support she abled to passed Higher Secondary and undergoing 3 years diploma in Rehabilitation Therapy Training. Becoming a professional Supriya join Asha Bhavan Centre as a rehabilitation therapist, now she is a active service provider of the society and she quote that one day I received the rehabilitation and t...

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  • Subhadra Bhowmick

    Subhadra Bhowmick

    Subhadra Bhowmick finding opportunity beyond the wall of barrier It is revealed that physical disability sometimes can do wonder. And one of the sparkling instances is Subhadra, a girl who has no hand right from her birth due to acute congenital problem. She lives with her parents at Shreerampur village under Howrah district. But her journey was full of hardship. In tender age she was ignored and deserted by her family and sent to the maternal grandmother’s house. Her mother, the only earning member was fainted with lots of trouble to bear the expenses of her mentally challenged h...

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  • Sumana Paikar

    Sumana Paikar

    Sumana Paikar was born in 1999 in a remote village name Sasati of Howrah district. She is the eldest child in her family. The father is the principal breadwinner and he works as a local chef. The happiness of having a baby faded when they noticed the differences of Sumana; and after visiting with various doctors, she was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. Sumona required intensive care for her development. When her baby brother came when Sumana was just 3 years old, she became neglected by her parents. Eventually Sumana was discovered by Asha Bhavan Centre and brought under the umbrella of the ...

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  • National Level dance Programme

    National Level dance Programme

    National level Dance & Music Competition for specially Talented Artists Organised by Department of Disabilities Affairs, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India. To evaluate the empowerment of persons with disabilities in the cultural sector a national level Dance and Music competition for especially talented artists was organized by Department of Disability affairs under Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. of India at Siri Fort Auditorium, New Delhi. In presence of Ministers and various VIPs the inmates of the organization Asha Bhavan Centre...

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  • Athletes Children With Disabilities Wins 32 Medals In The Special Olympic 2016

    Athletes Children With Disabil...

    Athletes Children With Disabilities Wins 32 Medals In The Special Olympic 2016. Little champs of Dominique Lapierre Home For Children With Disabilities gloriously win 10 Gold medal, 15 Silver medals and 07 Bronze medals in District level Special Olympic Game was organized by the Special Olympic Bharat-West Bengal at Bally Swimming Authority Premises on 18th September. We all are proud of our Athletes.

  • Bengal Swimming

    Bengal Swimming

    On September 2017, seven inmates & volunteers from Asha Bhavan Centre participated in the All Bengal Para Swimming Championship 2017 organised by the Bengal Para Sports Association at Salkia Swimming Pool Association. Four of them won Gold medals and the remaining three secured Silver medals while facing tough competition. Their brilliant performance was highly applauded by Mrs. Laxmi Ratan Shukla, Hon’ble Minister of Sports, Govt. of West Bengal, Mr. V. K. Dabas, Hon'ble Founder of Para Swimming of India, and other dignitaries present at the venue.

  • Maya Chakraborty

    Maya Chakraborty

    Maya Chakraborty, 50% woman with disability, soon going to become a rehabilitation professional and being ready to serve the marginalized community. She born in a poor Brahmin family she affected by post-polio paralysis at the age of 2½ years at Bankberia village of Howrah district. From the beginning she was admitted as inmates in our Home for Children with Disabilities. Since then besides maintaining her own rehabilitation process, in course of time, she showed her proficiency in looking after round the clock the clinical monitoring of home children with multiple disabilities. She ...

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