Tuesday, December 22, 2020

 


Pictures from Shoshana Medical Project - Karamchedu


Post the lock down the number of Corona cases in Karamchedu, decreased compared to the previous months. Few people got infected but there were no deaths in this area. People are now getting used to the situation and also who are tested positive are home quarantined and getting treated at home.

People seems to be  not very much scared about the total situation and getting along with the new normal.

Our Medical Project in Karamchedu has been working continuously through the whole time with taking necessary precautions and now people are using the medical help as usual. Majority of the people who come for help are diabetic and high blood pressure patients. The nurse Mrs. Prasanna is giving them free B.P check ups and providing medication as per the doctor's prescription.





1 comment:

  1. Special educators teach students who have physical, cognitive, language, learning, sensory, and/or emotional abilities that deviate from those of the general population. Special educators provide instruction specifically tailored to meet individualized needs. These teachers basically make education more available and accessible to students who otherwise would have limited access to education due to whatever disability they are struggling with.

    It's not just the teachers though who play a role in the history of special education in this country. Physicians and clergy, including Itard- mentioned above, Edouard O. Seguin (1812-1880), Samuel Gridley Howe (1801-1876), and Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet (1787-1851), wanted to ameliorate the neglectful, often abusive treatment of individuals with disabilities. Sadly, education in this country was, more often than not, very neglectful and abusive when dealing with students that are different somehow.

    There is even a rich literature in our nation that describes the treatment provided to individuals with disabilities in the 1800s and early 1900s. Sadly, in these stories, as well as in the real world, the segment of our population with disabilities were often confined in jails and almshouses without decent food, clothing, personal hygiene, and exercise.

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