Samvedna is a non profitable, charitable trust & it is mend for betterment of children with various kind of disability . This trust is coming into action from 19th march 2006. The office of trust is situated in civil line, Allahabad. The trust consists of 8 doctors and 3 other eminent social persons from education institution. who are devoted for this work as trustees and provide their service to this noble cause. Apart from this, fifteen therapists, 2 special educator, 3 speech therapist, one psychologist, 2 Orthotic Engineer and 5 more office staff is working hard to get best result in all kind of childhood physical disability . The trust right now consists of an office, consultation chamber , a fully equipped rehabilitation center along with center for special education , Special Room for Sensory Integration, Neuro-developmental therapy & speech therapy . One CP Home and transport van has been added in 2011 to solve the problem of stay & transport of parents at Allahabad. Trust functioning is fully dependent on donation .
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Cerebral palsy (CP) is an umbrella term denoting a group of non-progressive, non-contagious motor conditions that cause physical disability in human development, chiefly in the various areas of body movement. Scientific consensus still holds that CP is neither genetic nor a disease, and it is also understood that the vast majority of cases are congenital, coming at or about the time of birth, and/or are diagnosed at a very young age rather than during adolescence or adulthood. It can be defined as a central motor dysfunction affecting muscle tone, posture and movement resulting from a permanent, non-progressive defect or lesion of the immature brain.