CMC Vellore,

The Rehabilitation Institute is based at the college campus site in Bagayam, 5 km from the main hospital site. 2005 saw the completion of the expansion of the Rehab facilities so there are now 82 inpatient beds here, which form the core of the rehabilitation beds. Patients can be transferred here from the hospital once they are medically stable and a bed is available.

Dr. Ashish Macardan
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Christian Medical College, Vellore - 632004. India

Tel.: +91 416 228 2014
0416 228 3429
0416 228 343

ISIC Delhi,

The Indian Spinal Injuries Centre has been set up in collaboration with the Government of Italy, through San Raffaele Hospital, Milan, along with support from the Government of India.  A 153-bed hospital, it has 30 beds reserved for poor patients, many of whom cannot afford to pay. With the latest state-of-the-art diagnostics and surgical equipment and a highly qualified team of doctors, surgeons, physiotherapists, who have all been trained at the world's best institutions.

Contact Details
Maj H. P. S. Ahluwalia, Chairman
Dr. H. S. Chhabra, Medical Director
Indian Spinal Injuries Centre, Sector C, Vasant Kunj,
Opp. Vasant Valley School, New Delhi - 110070

Tel.: 011-4225 5225 (30 Lines)
Fax:      011-2689 9147,
             011-2689 8810

Helpers of the Handicapped
The major focus areas are Education, Health Care and Empowerment of persons with disabilities regardless of their religion, caste or creed with a special thrust on women, children, poor and rural people without limiting to any geographical region.
Registered Office:
Ms. Naseema Hurzuk
‘Nasheman’, 235 / 11 E, Tarabai Park, Kolhapur - 416003, Maharashtra, INDIA

Head Office:
233/6 E, Atmaram Apartments, Gen. Thorat Marg,
Opp. Hind Nagar Society, Tarabai Park, Kolhapur - 416 003,
Maharashtra, INDIA
Tel: +91 231 268 0026 / 652 1294

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Moderator: Nitin Goyal, India.


This is a meeting place for the Spinal Cord Injured and their caregivers, to share information and to support others.
Their aim is to empower people with Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) to live positive and successful lives, where existence of an SCI becomes irrelevant!

They truly believe that disability is a state of mind, not of body. A person is disabled only if he thinks s/he is. They strive to make people with impairments into taxpayers!