Sports for Differently abled
People with disabilities often face societal barriers and disability evokes negative perceptions and discrimination in many societies. As a result of the stigma associated with disability, persons with disabilities are generally excluded from education, employment and community life which deprives them of opportunities essential to their social development, health and well-being. In some societies persons with disabilities are considered dependent and seen as incapable fostering Sport can help reduce the stigma and discrimination associated with disability. Sport changes the person with disability in an equally profound way by empowering persons with disabilities to realize their full potential and advocate for changes in society. Through sport, persons with disabilities acquire vital social skills, develop independence, and become empowered to act as agents of change. Sport teaches individuals how to
communicate effectively as well as the significance of teamwork and cooperation and respect for others.
We here at center took initiative and started to teach students games like cricket, chess, memory games, Running Tug-of-war, Soccer and jumping. Our students are trained under professional coaches. Many of girls participate in tournaments which itself is a great achievement for us.
Our visually impaired have proven their ability to compete in a variety of sports from running to bowling to soccer. Our Visually impaired cricketers are blessed with immense potential which have result out in winning many of national and state level tournaments.