Savastya is a health initiative of GiftAbled, accelerating access to quality health care for People with Disabilities.

We aim to reach 1 million People with Disabilities by the year 2025 by partnering with the Government, NGOs whilst supported by corporates individual donors. Our reach is across India and currently, we have direct interaction health centers in 6 states – Karnataka - Bangalore, rural districts of North Karnataka (Kalburgi, Ilkal, Koppal), Tamilnadu (Tiruvallur), Orissa (Koraput), UttarPradesh (Balrampur & Chitrakoot), Maharashtra - SolapurSangli and Pune, and West Bengal – Kolkata.

Did you know?

2.21% of India’s population are disabled, accounting for 2.68 crore individuals which include 20.42 lakhs children aged 0-6 years and 69% of them live in rural areas. Only 2% of these People with Disabilities have access to need based rehabilitation services.

Comprehensive Rehabilitation (Birth to Geriatric) Project

Our Comprehensive Rehabilitation Project - Svastya is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals 2030 agenda – ‘Leaving no one behind’, The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD)act and our framework is based on WHO (World health organization) CBR (Community Based Rehabilitation) Matrix & ICF (International Classification of Functioning).
Svastya interventions drive impact across all 5 Components of Community Based Rehabilitation
. Health, Education, Livelihood, Empowerment and Social .

Our Program

Early Intervention(0 to 8 years) that promotes the child's age-appropriate growth and development and supports families during the critical early years.
Inclusive & Rehabilitation Program( 8 to 18 years) supports Children with disabilities and their caregivers with various therapy, modify their innate behavior, achieve functional literacy skills ,pre vocational skills and enable them to step in adulthood with maximum functional capacity with self confidence and dignity.
Independent Living Program( 18 years & Above ) empowers people with disability to be functionally independent , participate and be a productive member of society.
• Sustainable Ecosystem Program is aimed at strengthening the existing linkages in the community by sensitizing and capacity building all the relevant stakeholders including Government - ASHA, ANM, Anganwadi , RBSK, PHC , Medical & Rehab professionals , parents , caregivers and peers
We have registered for undertaking CSR activities. Our MCA Registration number is CSR00000229.


Children and People with Disabilities : 1486
Stakeholders : 3438

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  • I am so happy to see my son Ali sit and talk to us. He was not able to talk or sit by himself. With therapy Ali got head control and GiftAbled provided the magic chair to my son. He loves to sit in it and watch TV and paly with his brothers and sisters. Thank you - says Mohammed Wazid , father of Ali who is auto driver by profession.

    Mohammed Wazid
  • Mohammed Thouqif is our only son among three daughters. He is very intelligent but he cannot stand or walk by himself. He kept asking me appa when will I stand or can I even stand. He used to go to various therapies but nobody said he can stand and then I came across Jeeva maam who said, of course he can experience standing and supported us with standing and sitting chair. I am so happy that I could fulfil his dreams. Now I drop him to school in my auto and we can carry the frame to school too. He is so happy to be standing in his PT class along with his friends. Thank you - says Mohammed thouqif’s father, auto driver at Tiruvallur District

    Mohammed  Thouqif Father
  • My son was not able to respond to our voice, then when we showed to the doctors at age of 6 months, they told us that our child cannot hear. My wife died when our son was six months old, I was shattered left with no family and money, couldn’t afford single day meal. I could not even think of getting a hearing aid for my child and food was more important. I work as laborer in Pune and my sister took care of our son. Thanks to our therapist Nirakar and Sadanand who offered to help my son. I really don’t know how to thank them, there are no words, they gave him hearing aid and thought my sister speech activities. Today he goes to school and speaks to me over the phone. I wanted to end my life, thanks to god, my sister, therapists am where I and my son are today - says Sumit’s father Sudarshan.

  • My family and community thought our  daughter is a God’s curse. I was waiting and hoping for some help and luckily I met Swagathika Mishra who came home during a field visit and helped us understand. Despite a lot of restrictions from our family, I believed in her and went for therapy. They helped our child with operation and thought us how to feed the child, exercises and speech therapy activities . Now my child can eat on her own, started to speak few words. I thank my therapist and doctor who have made my belief true and today I tell all the other people in my villages that it is not curse from god, our children can be like others - says Yamuna Gouda mother of Arun Gouda.

    Yamuna Gouda
  • Bhumika is my only granddaughter among my 17 grandsons and I love her to death. We were shattered when we found out that she had a disability, thanks to wonderful therapists and doctor who helped us understand about Bhumika’s difficulties and thought us about therapies. Today  when I see my girl walk and hear her call me “Je je ma” I feel like a proud grandmother and it is best feeling says Bhumika’s grandmother.

    Bhumika ‘s grandmother
  • I would extended my gratitude to Giftable Foundation for supporting for Hearing Aids to needy children in the community and also follow-up to the children's that is really appreciate things it is going to be very useful to community children's on behalf of all Thank you very much for your support.

    Mr. Raghu Hubbali, Director, Ashadeepa