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Information and Guidance booklet for Persons with Disabilities PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 September 2011 16:28

"About the Booklet"

This information booklet has been compiled with a view to help the Medical Officers working in the Primary Health Centres to have necessary information to help the disabled as well as their parents especially those living in the rural and remote areas of the country where things do not happen just because of lack of information. The booklet has been revised and all the latest information has been added in order to make the booklet informative to the hilt. However, more such information will be supplied as and when it comes to the knowledge of the Council.

Although, all possible steps have been taken to assimilate as much information as we could lay on our hands, any suggestion to improve its quality would be thankfully accepted.

Dr. Hemlata, Senior Programme Officer, RCI deserve special thanks for revising this booklet.
(Dr. J.P. Singh)
Member-Secretary, RCI

Contents of Book
  1. About Rehabilitation Council of India
  2. Key reference
  3. Concessions offered by the Central Government to the Persons with Disabilities
  4. Central Government Schemes for the Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities
  5. Educational programmes for Children with Special Needs
  6. Identification and Assessment of the Disabilities
  7. Guidelines for Evaluation and Assessment of Mental Illness   and Procedure for Certification
  8. The Persons with Disabilities Act, 1995
  9. The National Trust for Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities Act, 1999
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