About DIY Tutorial
How We Contribute to Your Practice
The DIY tutorial is specially designed for differently-abled. As a non-profit organization, we firmly believe in equal opportunity and diversity of individuals belonging to all religious communities. As per Census 2011, in India, out of the total population of 121 crores, about 2.68 Cr persons are ‘Disabled’ (i.e. 2.21% of the total population) Out of 2.68 crores, 1.5 crores are males, and 1.18 crore is females, the majority (69%) of the disabled population is from rural areas. People with disabilities in India are subjected to multiple depredations and limited opportunities in several dimensions of their lives. Their families and caretakers also go through a lot of stress and judgment in having a person with disabilities at home which leads to discriminatory practices towards them. Our organization serves people with multiple disabilities like MR(mentally retarded), LD (learning disabilities ), HI(Hearing impaired), VI(visually impaired) Autism and more.
Our main aim is to craft the minds of differently-abled people who can contribute to society with their own special capabilities.
- Empowering differently-abled adults in order to help them lead sustainable livelihood and a respectful life.
- We have an array of seminars, workshops, training, group discussions, development programs for people with special abilities to learn different skills
- Improving soft skills
- To provide skill training and employment
- Physical well-being support
- The work program for specially-abled adults
- Promoting parental investment and more.
One of our main objectives is to focus on self-confidence in their capabilities so that they become self-employed and live their life to the fullest.
Our programs offer vocational jobs /training and activities including making host with candles, recycling paper to make bags, making DIY crafted paper plates, DIY jewellery items, clay art, DIY pottery arts, and more. These products are sold to our clients. In general, these include:
Counselling and guidance centre
Socialization and seminars
“The human spirit is one of ability, perseverance, and courage that no disability can steal away.”