1 Billion Disabled People are in Danger of Worsening Their Disability without Access to Health Care Professionals and Rehabiliation Centers Helping Hand Comprehensive Physical Rehabilitation Complex (HHCPRC) in Manshera and its branches in Chakwal, Shaheed Benazirabad, Quetta, and Karachi, Pakistan have helped over 200,000 people receive a variety of treatments and exercises to efficiently and effectively strengthen their body and reduce pain to prevent future injury. Helping Hand Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences (HHIRS), a college in the same Mansehra complex, is developing qualified human resources, with a 5 year Doctorate Degree and 2 year Diploma in Physiotherapy. Program Goals Empowerment: Socio-economic empowerment through our Skills Development and Livelihood Program. Advocacy: “Mainstreaming is at once a method, a policy and a tool for achieving social inclusion.” UN Report Outreach: Organize free medical camps, awareness campaigns, and observing international days of persons with disabilities. Education: Trainings, free paramedical diploma, and 50% off fees. Student with disabilities receive free education at the HHRD institute. Prevention: Polio exists in: Niger, Afghanistan and Pakistan. HHRD aims to provide polio vaccines to prevent polio. Giving Options Physiotherapy = $60 per person Artificial Limbs = $600 per unit Wheelchairs = $500 to $1,400 per unit (variety of wheelchairs) Children with Disabilities = $720 per year per child ($60 per month) Services Provided by HHRD Equipment and supplies with In Kind Medial Containers Physical, Occupational, Psycho, and Speech Therapy Orthotics – Prosthetics Wheelchairs Audiology 5-Years Doctorate Degree 2-Years Diploma in Physiotherapy Children with Disabilities Program Provision of Prosthetic Services Casting for Orthotic Psychotherapy Activity Based Learning Occupational Therapy Services Intellectual Disabilities: Psycho social-therapy is provided to deserving patients and parents for handling of intellectually disabled children which includes special care for children with cerebral palsy, free medical consultations and speech language pathology. Visually Impaired: Blindness is prevalent in many parts of the developing world where a majority live in remote and underserved areas. Lower access to eye care services is a contributory factor in its increase. HHRD is involved in: prevention and control of blindness, free cataract surgeries, trachoma, glaucoma, corneal opacity and refractive errors, training teachers and aides in brail and providing support equipment and multiple computer program ai Hearing Impaired: HHRD’s goal is to begin services for those who are hearing impaired on assessment and treatment for low and medium hearing losses. Physically Disabled: HHRD is providing state of the art physical rehabilitation services in rural and remote areas of Pakistan. Physiotherapy: Treatment of major spinal injuries, brain injuries, stroke, musculoskeletal disorders, amputations, geriatric conditions and sports injuries. Occupational Therapy: Children with cerebral palsy and adults with mild to severe cases have shown remarkable success after therapy. Artificial limbs appliances have been provided at a very subsidized cost to the patient. Orthotic/Prosthetics: Treatment of neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, pain and traumatic disorders to help prevent further deformation, fixation of the problem, speeding the heeling of fractures, prevent contractures, compensate limb shortening, to ease mobilization and to walk independently.