In 1994 a separate wing was added to BCM hospital for the rehabilitation and education of children and adolescents with disabilities.
In the initial phase residential programs with corrective surgery, rehabilitation and education were offered and many benefited from this.
Community-based rehabilitation for the physically challenged is continued through the Jeevan Jyoti community center.
Various physiotherapy modalities and exercises for patients with joint pain and discomfort is offered.
Physiotherapy for patients pre and postoperatively, and for patients with CVA is continued.
Vojta therapy as a diagnostic tool for early detection, intervention, and prevention in children with mild to severe central coordination disorders is another sphere of activity.
Providing mobility aids for people by tapping governmental and nongovernmental organizations is another program that benefits the community.