In view of the COVID-19 Pandemic, a nationwide lockdown was announced by the Government of India w.e.f. 25th March 2020. While COVID-19 is impacting the entire population, Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) are more vulnerable to the disease due to their physical, sensory and cognitive limitations.
While all vocational training classes and therapy sessions have been conducted online since 21st March 2020, ASRA Head Quarter opened its doors and conducted vocational training classes and therapy sessions in its physical location from 11th Feb 2021. However, due to a sudden spike in COVID cases, the city underwent another lockdown and vocational training classes & therapy sessions have had to be conducted online once again since 11th April 2021.
ASRA has continued working towards its mission digitally in the form of online sessions in Education, Special Education, Therapy, Vocational trainings, Recreation Activities, Counseling & Awareness and so on.
On-ground, children are being provided with study material and immunity boosters and essentials have been distributed to Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) on a need-based feedback.