The ADIP scheme was introduced in 1981 by the Indian government for the benefit of differently abled people. The purpose of the ADIP scheme is to help the differently abled get better access to the aids they need, which can help them reduce the effect of their disability.
The target under ADIP is to provide every disabled person in need with modern aids and appliances that are scientifically manufactured, keeping the best interests of the beneficiaries in mind. The aids and appliances that are offered under this scheme are to be certified as per government guidelines. If there are any corrective surgeries needed before the use of an appliance, then they are also covered under the scheme. The distribution and purchase of these appliances is made possible by offering grants to implementing agencies like State Handicapped Development Corporations, National Institutes. Narayan Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO), Composite Regional Centres, District Disability Rehabilitation Centres, NGOs, etc.
Narayan Seva Sansthan is a strong believer of helping rehabilitate differently abled people so they can lead a more fulfilling life by being able to blend into society. We aim to put in every possible effort in this direction. Distribution of free aids and appliances and Narayan artificial limbs is a part of the many efforts made towards rehabilitating the differently abled. These appliances and prosthetic limbs serve as the extension to their bodies and mostly help them in commuting effectively and help enhance their motor skills in one way or the other. These appliances are distributed completely free of cost to each and every one in need, regardless of their economic background.