Medical Aid to Poor Patient

Medical Aid to Poor Patient

HWF also extends its financial support to poor and needy patients who are struggling to afford their healthcare expenses. This aspect of their work is equally significant as it aims to improve the quality of life and overall well-being of individuals facing health challenges.

In a region where access to quality healthcare can be limited for many due to economic constraints, HWF’s financial assistance is a lifeline for those in need. The support they provide is not limited to a particular medical condition but encompasses a broad spectrum of healthcare needs. This includes assisting poor patients in obtaining essential medical devices like artificial arms and cochlear implants, which can significantly enhance their quality of life.

HWF’s commitment to extending their support to a diverse range of healthcare needs underscores their dedication to improving the overall health and well-being of the underprivileged.

Sensor-Based Artificial Arms for Akram Khan

Akram Khan’s life took a tragic turn in the wake of the 2020 Delhi violence. Hailing from Mustafabad, New Delhi, he had been earning a living as a tailor, quietly tending to his trade and providing for his family. However, the violence that engulfed the area not only took away his shop but also inflicted severe injuries on him, resulting in the loss of his right hand. This devastating incident had a profound impact on Akram, as he not only lost his source of livelihood but also the basic ability to perform everyday tasks independently.

In the face of this heart-wrenching adversity, HWF learned about Akram’s plight and decided to make a difference in his life. HWF chose to assist him in the form of sensor-based artificial arms, an invaluable gift that transformed Akram’s life. These advanced prosthetic arms, worth Rs. 11 lakhs, offer a multitude of advantages. They are not just mere replacements for his lost limb; they are sophisticated devices that respond to the signals from Akram’s brain, allowing him to regain a remarkable degree of functionality.

These sensor-based artificial arms have opened up a world of possibilities for Akram. He can now perform a wide range of tasks that were previously beyond his reach. Simple activities like holding objects, writing, and even using a desktop computer have become attainable again. These prosthetic arms perfectly mimic the movements and dexterity of natural hands, seamlessly coordinated by signals from his brain. As a result, Akram has regained his independence and the ability to pursue his craft as a tailor, which was not only his source of livelihood but also a significant part of his identity.

The impact of this assistance goes beyond the restoration of physical abilities; it’s a profound emotional and psychological recovery as well. The artificial arms have not only improved Akram’s quality of life but have also given him a renewed sense of purpose and hope. He is no longer bound by the limitations imposed by his injuries, and he can once again participate fully in the activities that give his life meaning.


Hearing Impaired Children Get Cochlear Implant

The story of Ayush and Piyush, twin brothers born with a hearing impairment, represents a heartfelt narrative of resilience and compassion in the face of a significant challenge. The burden of arranging specialized care and hearing-improvement devices for these children was an immense financial challenge for their parents, who undoubtedly sought the best possible future for their beloved sons.

In their moment of need, a profound impact was made on the lives of Ayush and Piyush by providing them with Cochlear Implants. These sophisticated electronic devices are designed to partially restore hearing and represent a remarkable advancement in medical technology. They offer hope to individuals with hearing impairments by enhancing their ability to perceive sounds and engage with the world around them.

The assistance offered to Ayush and Piyush by HWF goes far beyond the simple act of providing medical devices. It represents a lifeline, a beacon of hope for their family, who were unable to bear the significant expenses associated with these life-changing devices. Cochlear Implants can be financially out of reach for many families.

The formal handover of the cheque took place on the 26th of November 2021, with Mr. Vishwendra, the District Magistrate of South-East Delhi, officiating the ceremony. The presence of Mr. P.R. Tripathi, the Additional District Magistrate, further underscores the significance of this act of compassion. It highlights the collaboration between humanitarian organizations and local government authorities to address critical healthcare needs within the community.

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