Project provides geriatric services for persons affected by leprosy, who do not have a place to stay. DFIT provides food, shelter, medical care and also does the last rites of the inmates. This home has a capacity to accommodate 30 inmates but on an average there are about 25 inmates.
During the year 2015, the project started providing terminal care for persons affected by leprosy, who are referred by Government hospitals, leprosy homes, and DFIT field staff. Ambulance facility is available for shifting patients to nearby hospitals during emergencies. General Physiotherapy services were initiated in the project in 2015 to cater to the physiotherapy needs of the local general population, including person affected by leprosy. On an average 900 patients benefit from our physiotherapy services.