Ambattur Rotary Hospital
The Ambattur Rotary Hospital was founded with the aim of providing quality health care at subsidized costs to the people of the locality of Ambattur Industrial Estate and is one of the flagship projects of the Rotary club of Ambattur. From humble beginnings in 1990, ARH which has started as an outpatient clinic has grown in phases into a well-equipped hospital that has some unique value additions.
Ambattur Rotary Neumayer Trust Ayappakam Community Centre
The goal and objective of the Centre is to provide after school education to children to bridge the gap between what was learnt in school and to prepare them for the next day.The Centre is also focusing on providing vocational skill training to Students to build skill and confidence in the Students.
Amba CP Unit
At CP Unit, ARH children affected with Cerebral palsy and other musculoskeletal disabilities are rehabilitated by specialist and a team of physiotherapist. The centre is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment including Thera suits, first of its kind in India. Gradually as the child gains motor control, the exercise are transformed into functional activities like playing, writing, eating etc. required to start leading an independent life.
T.V Nagar Educational
Setting off on a mission to provide education to the children of under-privileged families’ living in and around Ambattur, the primary school was established in 1965 with just 20 students and a single teacher. Over the period, the school has been developed as a model school offering quality education from 1st std to 10th std in Tamil medium. Due to the growing request from the parents, parallel English medium classes from 1st std to 3rd std were started in 2018.
Sleeping Children Around the World
‘‘SCAW’’ was born in August 1970 in the city of Pune, India, when the first distribution of 50 bed kits was made by Mr. Murray Dryden, a remarkable Canadian and originator of the Institution - ‘Sleeping Children Around the World.' Since its founding in 1970, SCAW has provided bed kits for nearly 6,65,000 children in 31 countries.