Remove ‘Dis’ from your Ability | Narayan Seva Sansthan
Services for the Disabled
Remove ‘Dis’ from your Ability
  19 Aug'2018

Narayan Seva Sansthan is at the services of the Disabled and is holistically dedicated to serving these individuals in all walks of life right from the children, higher education, livelihood training, skills –development and the most important; through corrective surgeries. The objective of the Sansthan is to provide end-to –end services to the disabled and underprivileged communities.


The Sansthan has also encouraged art where most of our beneficiaries have expressed their talents in drawing, painting, craft etc which we put up to sale giving the unmatched confidence to our dearest students helping them discovering new abilities of their talents.


Realizing one’s potential and to overcome the obstacles of disabilities requires acceptance and a determination to rise above the shortcomings. There are many inspiring examples where the person with disabilities have left a positive mark in the society, not just for themselves but have contributed to the cause of the betterment of the persons with disabilities. It all starts at home and with family, when you have a disabled member of your family it is important to treat them on par with any able-individual. It is the first step for aiding them to use their special abilities.


The first Indian to receive the prestigious “Henry Viscardi Achievement Awards” Dr. Satendra Singh, a skilled practicing doctor with a loco motor disability is an inspirational exemplary personality and a true role model to the many aspiring persons with disabilities. He successfully overcame the obstacles and recognized his potential which enabled him to emerge out of inhibitions and hindrances to fight for the cause of the disabled. His efforts were recognized when the ATMs were made disabled-friendly.


A very famous music composer and playback singer who has given us many timeless Hindi songs, the Late Shri Ravindra Jain who was blind by birth is yet another inspiration who was unhindered by his lack of sight.


Disability should never become an obstacle; it is hindering you to reach your goals, recognize your potentials to determine your abilities to overcome the hindrance of your disability.

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