19 kiosks at key locations have beet set-up and are managed by the team.
- Demonstrated self-sustaining model through public-private-community cooperation
- Safety of the persons with disability is ensured as one family member / friend is part of the team
- Tie-up with Government rehabilitation program for training needs of the team. The center provides trained staff that can be placed at the kiosks. The center trains persons with Cerebral Palsy,
Down’s Syndrome, Autism, Multiple intellectual disabilities
- Welfare schemes such as medical checkups are conducted for the team
- Increased exposure of general public as tourists to persons with intellectual disabilities at work in the kiosk is leading to change in perception
- Reduced government and family burden for the welfare of these adults and securing their future after their parents.