ADL(Activities of daily living) skills

Persons and children with severe disabilities depend upon their caregivers for their routine and daily living activities like brushing, cleaning, bathing, dressing, combing and eating with their own hands. This causes burden on the care givers who need to spend more time on taking care of other needs of these persons like medicines, earning food for them. It is the wish of the caregivers that if the child or person takes care of these activities oneself. For this Commitments have given training and provided therapy services to these persons so that they do not depend upon their caregivers even for this kind of activities.

'Commitments’ have tax-exempt status in India, entitling the donations made to it to qualify for exemption Under Section 80 G of Income Tax Act, 1961. Similarly ‘Commitments’ possesses registration granted by Govt.of India, Ministry of Home Affairs under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976 to receive donations and contributions from Foreign Donors and Agencies.

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