Making the handicapped resourceful members of our society
The general perception the disabled members of the society is that they are virtually misfit to proffer services and contribute to socio economic aspirations of the community. Besides, the insight by a huge part of the integral unit of the society is that disabilities have limited value and purpose capacity which defer gains and progress in enlightening the disabled about their vast abilities and their moral authority to convene and proffer sustainable macro-economic attributes and assertions to the general society.
Complexity in having comprehensive insights on disability is based on virtual reality. Lack of completeness in a human is not by default scientifically, but a biological theory which cannot be faulted, hence should be viewed only as part of human genome crisis rather than a problem within and on the person who has this factor. Lack of enlightened socio stature is the faulty basis of the general perception on disability as complete incapacitation to participation in normal and diverse human activity.
However, paramount, disabled personalities should not be undervalued and their lack of human features should not be deemed as faulty biological inverses. Handicapped personalities have a very constructive insight and invaluable wealth of ideas which come from their diversified and dynamic hind insight from mental turmoil as they continually seek answers to their biological problems. Commonplace is their intelligence and capacity to be assertive and mentally versatile. This depicts handicap nature as not at all stifling mental ability and also not shrouding the human abilities. This is what much of the community should seek to understand and comprehensively harness so as to make use and tap the invaluable knowledge in the handicapped within the society.
Besides coming to terms with the great gains which come along with disability, the social perception should be based on incorporation of the handicaps as integral part of socio economic growth and to pre-empt their dependency hence transform them into performing parts of the society through professionalism macro economics.
The principal objective of this program is to make progress along the gains from insights and efforts of well wishers and spirited realists who have realised and viewed disabilities as needs that have to be propagated to seal gaps within socio constraints that affect the disabled and out the social discontents on disabilities. Checks and balances on violation of human rights to handicapped personalities have diversified the urgency to address the issue of social discontent on disability and the subsequent harassment of the handicapped making the elite to realise and formulate purposeful macro economic activities, education, and conservation of their abilities.
The project will be split into these three categories which will form the basis of integration of policies and management of the projects. Education will foresee the tapping of talent and educating the personalities to higher academic levels in which he can fit into the job market and become a stalwart of his talent through working like any other member of the society. The macro economics will be meant for scaling up the level of human resourcefulness in the handicapped. Ethics of incorporation of socio-economics will be structured to finance, establish and run fiscal making projects run through policies supporting the handicapped and managed by the handicapped. Conservation of their abilities is through socio activities like sport and athletics which will be configured to fit the handicapped nature.
Principal objectives and aims of the project
The project is meant to also facilitate the carrying forward if international policies through an umbrella role model aspect in context. This is in regard to some assertions which have similar sentiments with the Disability Discrimination Act of 1995 set out to end the discrimination against people with disabilities. The Act gave disabled people the right to employment, access to goods, facilities, and services and the right to buy and rent land and property. These rights came into force in December 1996, making treating a disabled person less favourably than an able-bodied person unlawful. Further rights came into force in October 1999, including the idea that service providers should consider making reasonable adjustments to the way they deliver their services so that people with a disability can use them.
Besides the nobility of incorporation of these assertions and forcing their existence to be effective and to be conventionally sustainable within the social structures, the handicapped will be enlightened about their rights and roles in the society while at the same time be oriented on their abilities and knowledge so as to promote their response, perceptions about themselves and creation of positive metal attitude in them basically to propagate a workable program that has sustenance features.
Creation of opportunities and incorporation of skills possessed by these important people in the society will be the onset of reducing human negative attitude and de-valuation of handicaps physical and instigate powerful reflections which portray as the disability as an equal and pertinent aspect of humans and that it has no negative diversity. This will eventually culminate into handicaps being an integral unit of the society through participation in sustainable macro economics and vast contribution to support the infrastructure that will help in this.
Aims of the program
Proffering alternatives to ease the burden of responsibility and financial problems is primarily the aim of this program. Aims of this program further have a significant aspiration to make the handicap active and socially productive through participating in social activities and contributing to the socio economic of the society.
This is through creation of opportunities for them and identifying their high performance and lows in terms of their feelings, active roles in their social-economic life. Activeness will be improved through involving them in social activities as said earlier, through sport and athletics. Sport can be manipulated and adapted to fit the clusters of handicap around. Those who cannot hear can play very easily through passing the ball and making gestures. The mute can do the same while the blind can run like the famous Kenyan Henry Wanyoike who is a blind marathoner. Games like chess can be played by the disabled. This creates social integration and freedom to mingle, share and express while showing the skills and intelligence in the disabled.
There is also a vast programme to help the handicapped to participate in economic activities. As on the factors that attribute to a sustainable program that will achieve its objectives rapidly, a rapid result initiative to foresee implementation and freeing the handicapped from their state jail and help them achieve distinctive life status and be able to both provide for themselves and contribute to the socio- economics. The programme is based on this aims as the backbone of its purpose.
Research shows that there is less aggressiveness in addressing the issues of the handicapped and that there is little dynamism in making them able and free from disability bondage. Their high dependency and recipiency to siblings has been subject and tantamount to the violation of their rights as said earlier. This has to be halted and propagated into a benefit for these people.
Objectives of the program
Basically the long term commitment of the stakeholders of this program and the cooperation of the society and other players with the goodwill of government institutions is the objective of the program so as to sustain the handicapped participation in social activities, making them proactive and contributors to the community. The project actively explores community based opportunities that can work with disabilities and create performance demographics for the handicap. This will project gains and insight on involving the handicapped in community service, education, sport and business. This is making the disabled to become important people in the community.
Objectively the role of the program is to facilitate the provision of help, education and active participation of the handicapped in the society.
This project has three phases and three clusters. The implementation process has procedural aspects and they represent the regulation of the services proffered to the handicapped plus the contribution of the major stake holders in the program.
The initial phase will entail collecting data and analyzing the community based structures that can support handicapped personalities projects and ideologies. These structures and social figures who have goodwill and access to the disabled. Once identified, the inception of the program into this environment will commence through liaising with the leaders and managers of the identified structures. The idea will be discussed and evaluated to come up with a concrete procedure to implement the second phase of the program. The objectives of evaluation will be to establish contact system with the handicapped and how to give them insight about the program.
Issues like educating the handicapped of all ages to supplement their lack of knowledge and the possible neglect by their guardians will be emphasised on. Handicapped children will have a provision for special education programmes which share sentiments with informal policies and practice that for many years now have made impressive gains and created the increase of interest for the welfare of learning disabled children and their place in the normal classroom setting. The attempt to reintegrate special education students with learning disabilities has been a popular subject among the special education and research community (Shinn, Powell-Smith, Good, & Baker, 1997). They strive to create inclusion programs, however, has not just been a recent issue among these professionals. Apart from making provisions for children adult education and orientation will be established so as to promote the sustenance of this program through organized and comprehensive strategy.
Once the information, contact system and the other important aspects of the program through liaison with the referred social workers and stalwarts of the handicapped goodwill, seminars to orient the handicapped and leaders of the society will be informed and trained through workshops about their pivotal roles in supporting the handicapped and how to take care of them, accept them and help them contribute in development and other important social activities. This will go along a parallel workshop for the disabled entirely and shall be based on two phases. One is to understand the plights of the handicapped in the society and to identify their economic problems and aspirations. The second will be introduction of the programs objectives, educating and incorporating the handicapped into the program by enrolling them into the program.
This phase is an integral part of the project since it will establish a diversified approach to complete the program. Identification of handicaps and the kind of talent, ability or educational aspect of knowledge in the disabled person will be done and kept as reference data to be used once help and support programs will be set off. Offsetting maximum response to the need to address the program aims and objectives will be based on participation and projections made by the stake holders. This is also dependent on the handicapped so as to have a clearer picture of how to manage the structures and other facilitation that will aid in implementation and running of the help to them as the needy.
This phase will be facilitation. A process through which goodwill ambassadors will move to establish financial support to enterprises for the handicapped, government based support and scholarships to educate those talented handicapped. This is a very important phase and will determine the success of the program.
Chief objectives will be to incorporate non governmental organisations, micro-finance institutions and other stakeholders in finance and human rights portfolios. Inception and consummation of the programme is based on the contribution and long-term commitment of both the handicapped and the program stakeholders.
Business facilitation will involve massive integration with the identified financial, micro-finance institutions and all the possible stake holders. This integration will create enhance clarity in provision of the sufficing attributes to run and incorporate the aims of the program and have the handicapped participate in macro economics and becoming pivotal figures in social activities. Business opportunities and business plans will be created and made available to the handicapped once the financing is ready and the business is identified and ready to be run. This is the key area of interest and importance in this program. This is due to the fact that helping these people help and support their lives is the basic unit of the program. On the other hand the objective is to make the handicapped an active member in the society and developing his skills and abilities towards better life. The skills aspect will be clustered into what the handicapped can do him-self without supervision so as to make a living. Such skills will be developed through training and workshops, boards and forums to guide, and establish while training and orienting the handicapped about making progress on this. Abilities will be developed and financial help will be proffered to each cluster. The second cluster is education. The incorporation of state laws that provide for handicapped abilities and skills to be used and employed in workplaces will be the objective on the education angle. Educating the handicapped without measuring the age limit will make the skills become employable in all type of environments. This will be the climax of the program and it will greatly benefit and uplift the livelihood of the handicapped and promote the overall perception about the handicapped. The other most important cluster is sport and athletics which make the disabled to participate in recreational activities and compete to any level that would be of both promotional good and advancement and recognition of talent in the handicapped.
All these will make these people to become very important, able and active members of the society.
Table of contents
This is an outlook of how the program will solve and initiate solutions to various disabilities through active contribution and hence making the handicapped person to respond and take care of him-self.
Type of disability Type of solution Business activity Organisation involved
Walking Wheel chair races Running a sales desk MSF
Deaf Learning gestures Usher/ Researcher Barclays bank
Mute Playing chess Professional cyclist Catholic mission
This table explores and explicates the procedural aspect of the program phases
General research and orientation, establishment of contact with possible stake holders to facilitate the provision of the following
– Sports and athletics
– Business orientation
(3) Phase 2
Orientation of stakeholders to the aims and objectives of the program
– Establishment relations with non governmental organisations willing to support handicapped
– Establishment of contact with handicapped groups
– Contact with government arms that have provisions for supporting the handicapped
– Form an umbrella group to lobby and gather the handicapped so as to enlighten them on the program.
(4) Phase 3
This involves business facilitation and orientation of the society and the handicapped about their roles in socio economics and the incorporation of the handicapped to social life and socio economics so as to have them as able and resourceful
-Government based regulation and provisions on helping the handicapped.
-Business plans and seminars.
– Management of the program
(5) Introduction to the program.
-This explains the program objective and view about social views on the handicapped and the efforts to help these people to improve their lives.
(6) Project overview
A comprehensive analysis on what is the scope of the project. The environment demographics and the general preference to the handicap perception by the general public
(7) Principal objectives and aims of the project
This is an overview of the aims of the project which portend the purpose and level of essence of this programme to the handicapped and the society. It is an insight on the objectives and mission of the project.
The basic perspective of the project and the scope of its insight
The values and basic practices that are to be followed so as to make the aims have impact and help the handicapped.
This is an invaluable project and it will help future generations to respect and utilise disability as an integral unit of the society. The future will have plenty for the handicapped and will resourcefully provide and have the handicapped perform tasks and other activities without discrimination and reservation about their abilities.
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