ST. JOHN OF GOD CENTRE
St. John of God Centre was started for the well-being of the differently abled, in 1998, by the Hospitaller Order of St. John of God (popularly known as ‘Brothers of St. John of God’), an international health care and social service organization that has been in India since 1969.
The Centre caters for the needs of the differently abled of various age groups, through:
The Special School and Vocational Training Centre together have 172 students. Of these 117 are resident inmates.
The infrastructure on this campus include:
There is a registered charitable society called SELD (Soceity for the Empowerment of the Learning Disabled)operating on behalf of the centre and its services are open to all sections of people, especially the poor and the needy who are differently abled
The goal of SELD is the well-being of the differently abled, which consist of: