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Rehabilitation center for children with special need

INTRODUCTION •Research of World Health Organization (WHO) and World Bank stated that about 785 million people among the 15% of world

Census data

population are suffering with significant physical/mental disability, which includes 5% of children population.

Disabled Population by Sex

•In India 1.67% of the total population are disable, amongst them 35.29% are children. •Rehabilitation means, “ Process of helping someone and providing them a healthy and a disease free life.”

Gujarat population Mentally disability-2011 : 2.1% 1268056

Gujarat population-2011 : 60383628

• Rehabilitation centers for disabled children are commonly seen in the Western Countries with various specialties. However, in

Male : 31482282

India such facilities and infrastructure are lacking. After viewing the statistics and the rate of which awareness for this issue is being equipped to deal with different range of disabilities

Male : 2.37% 746130

•It is a real challenge to set up a rehabilitation center in India, as most of the people have superstitious belief.

Female : 28901346

Female 42%

Male 58%

Age

Male %

Female %

Male population

Female population

challenged child in their family.

0-4

5.1%

6%

38052

32427

5-9

9.2%

9.7%

68643

52424

•Lack of social awareness affects each and every aspects of a child’s life. Teachers are not trained and schools don't have the

10-19

20.8%

20%

155195

108091

infrastructure to deal with children with disabilities.

Total

261890

192942

•Neither are pediatric wards of hospitals equipped to deal with them. There is not enough data on the number of children living with

0-4

10

5-9 10-19

5 Male %

Female %

Population by Age Population

of the God/Goddess, many parents want to disown their own challenged child and thus they do not disclose the very existence of •Lack of education and social awareness has made acceptance of such kids socially difficult.

15

0

Female : 1.87% 540455

Census data of Disabled Population by Age

•Ignorance towards mentally challenged is observed due to superstitious belief and fears. A challenged baby is considered as a curse

25 20

Gujarat population Mentally disability-2011 : 2.1% 1268056

spread, it has become a necessity to have facilities like this in India. There are few centers in India but the infrastructure is not

Population by Age %

200000 150000

0-4

100000

5-9

50000 0

10-19 Male %

Female %

disabilities to allow the government to provide the necessary services.

Rational and need of Project:

Main reasons why a rehabilitation center for these children is necessary in India

•Rehabilitation center for disabled children are commonly seen abroad, in all their forms and specialties, but in India there is a lack in providing this type of Building for the community.

•Lack of awareness is rampant in India.

•After viewing the statistics and the rate of which awareness for this issue is being spread it has become a necessity to have buildings like this in India.

•99% common people do not know the meaning and implications of these disorders.

•There are a few existing center but they aren’t fully equipped to deal with all ranges of disabilities.

•Health specialists are not so equipped with all information related to these disorders. Thus detection and training in most cases get

•Moreover, center that serve these specific functions are scarce in India and are of great importance and are needed by the people, as these illnesses are very common and difficult to

delayed.`

deal with.

•This rehabilitation center is devoted to the following specific issues: Medical, behavioral, developmental, learning, and mental

•Children with disabilities have the right to get the best education and care possible for them to become fully prepared to step into society and become active members of the

health. So it is a must to have such kind of rehabilitation center in India to spread awareness and to make the life of mentally

Indian community, and to contribute to the development of their community.

challenged children and their parents easier in the society.

Identification of Case Studies

Objective

•Case study at city level

•The main objective of the rehabilitation is to develop confidence in kids mind and to motivate them to face the daily activities without others help.

BM institute of mental health, ashram road, Ahmedabad.

•The mindset of the people would be the biggest challenge as their acceptance is the first steps which will help them grow. Once there is

Chinmay School, Sarkhej, Ahmedabad.

acceptance the next step is to provide them best diagnosis assessment and medical care.

Prakash School, Bodakdev, Ahmedabad.

•Children with disabilities have the right to get the best education and care possible, to become fully prepared to step into society and become

Aastha Charitable trust For Welfare Of The Mentally Challenged, Changodar, Ahmedabad.

active members of the Indian-Community so that they can contribute to the development. • To surround them in the comfortable environment that would nourish and provide them with tools necessary to cope up with the society

•Case study at national level

independently.

The above objective will be full filled through the following: (A) Physical / Medical

(C) Skill development

(B) Education / Intellectual development

Prabodhini Trust – Nashik, Maharashtra Kamayani Vidyamandir & Workshop – Pune

•Intellectual functioning level is defined by standardized tests that

•To

complete medical center fully equipped with

measure the ability to reason in terms of mental age (intelligence

rehabilitation services including vocational training to

Navkshitij Home for Mentally Challenged – Pune

the latest medical equipment.

quotient or IQ). Mental retardation is defined as IQ score below 70

make them self-dependent.

 National institute for the mentally handicapped – Secunderabad

•To provide a medical research lab to help

to 75.

•To provide the safe environment where they can feel

doctors in conducting researches about each

•Adaptive skills are the skills needed for daily life. Such skills

comfortable which would further help making their

case.

include

performance more and more better.

•Counseling sessions for parents to deal with

(communication); home-living skills; use of community resources;

•To carry out behavioral workshops to help them be one

their child.

health, safety, leisure, self-care, and social skills, self-direction,

with the society.

•To provide all types of therapies and

functional academic skills (3R that is reading, writing, and

•To make them self-dependent for their survival so that

technological advances to give the children the

arithmetic), and work skills.

they do not have to rely on others.

maximum help they need.

•Through counselling sessions and training programmes help

the

ability to

produce

and

understand

language

provide

comprehensive

multidisciplinary

Umed Pariwar – Pune

•To provide diagnosis assessment and a

•Case study at international The National Rehabilitation Centre For Persons With Disabilities, Japan The Kianh Foundation for disabled children, Vietnam Suzhou children’s Hospital ,china West Side Health centre ,USA

parental support group in improving their parental knowledge and skills.

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Rehabilitation center for children with special need SHARDA OUT PATIENT DEPARTMENT

B. M. Institute of Mental Health A training institute B. M. Institute of Mental Health was established in 1951. Shri Gautam Ambalal Sarabhai, Smt. Kamalini Gautam Sarabhai, Smt. Indumati Chimanlal Seth, Shri Vikram Sarabhai were the trustees. The institute has a reputation as a pioneering institute of India in the field of Mental Health. It provides higher education to Special Teachers, Clinical Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and many experts. It also performs research activity and publishes books on relevant topics. It has a very good Library with eight thousand books and journals. The professional courses are recognized by Gujarat University/Rehabilitation Council of India. These courses are practical oriented courses and therefore staff from clinic, rehabilitation centre also teach the students. The Institute offers Diagnostic, Therapeutic, Educational and Rehabilitation services to Mentally ill, Mentally Handicapped, Autistic & Cerebral Palsied infant, children, adolescent and adult individuals. Approximately 225 beneficiaries take benefit of these services of the Institute on every working day. The institute is located in a big campus in the heart of the city. It is having its campus on both sides of Ashram Road. Five buildings are constructed in this campus and have unique and beautiful architecture. Many trees are grown in the campus. From 5th to 22nd Jan. 2008 French Embassy Foundation Le Corbusier, Vastushilp Foundation and

SHARDA OUT PATIENT DEPARTMENT PLAN

ATMA (Ahmedabad Textile Mills Association) organised Exhibition “Le Corbusier form Marseilles to Chandigarh, 1945- 1965.”This exhibition highlighted building designed by Le Corbusier, French architect. Le Corbusier was invited by Jawaharlal Nehru to design Chandigarh in 1951. He had then come to Ahmedabad, and has drawn designs of many beautiful buildings. B.M. Institute of Mental Health was also highlighted during this exhibition. The Institute has large number of highly qualified and senior staff members.

Perspective of B. M. Institute

Activity of B. M. Institute

Program Detail :

Site Location :

Sr. No.

1

2

3 Gujarat Map

B M Institute of Mental Health

4

Ashram road

B M Institute, Near Nehru Bridge Ashram Road, Ahmedabad,

Ahmedabad

Gujarat 380009

Established : 1977-78

Phone: (079) 26578256/57/58/59

BY Gautam Sarabhai

Fax: (079) 26578259

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Achievements

Type of buildings

Total covered area on ground floor sq m.

SHARDA INSTITUTE TRAINING AND RESEARCH

-

SHARDA INSTITUTE OUT PATIENT DEPARTMENT

-

820

many awards in events like music, dance, sports and drawing competitions. Many of them also participate in National and

Purpose

International Competitions. Staff members of the institute are

No. of users

6 Experts

Spaces

Reception Waiting Consulting Rooms Store Room

also selected on various advisory and regulatory committees of Government of India and Government of Gujarat.

180

SHARDA OUT PATIENT DEPARTMENT 180 sq. m.

Mentally challenged beneficiaries of the Institute have received

•In charge Director of the Institute is appointed on steering

SHARDA INSTITUTE SCHOOL FOR MENTALLY RETARDED

850

BAKUBHAI NI POL A DAY CARE CENTER

500

B.M. REHABILITATION CENTER A PRE VOCATIONAL CENTER

550

Email:bminstitute_ahm@gmail.com

Total covered area on all floor sq m.

committee for Sp. B.Ed. course of J.N. Vyas, Jodhpur University,

850

For External Cassese

1 1 6 1

20 20 20 20

sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt.

20 20 120 20

sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt

Activity

•Miss Manisha Shah, Special Teacher received award in case

Staff

study competition of SWMR. 550

•The Institute was awarded a crediting for “Very Good

11%

Psychiatrist Pediatrician Social worker Speech Therapist Clinical Psychologist Special Teachers Receptionist Peon

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Consulting Rooms 67%

Social Justice and Empowerment, (Government of India, New

2900

Delhi.) (2009)

Master Plan: Program Analysis :

AREA OF PLOT

10,000 Sq. mt.

Total covered area Feasible covered area achieved

B.M. REHABILITATION CENTER A PRE VOCATIONAL CENTER

SHARDA INSTITUTE TRAINING AND RESEARCH

17%

26%

2900 X 100 ------------------ = 29% 10000

ACTIVITIES •Post Graduate Training & Research •Management of persons with mental disability •Mental health promotion and treatment. •Out Reach Programmes

PLAN AT GROUND FLOOR LEVEL

PLAN AT FIRST FLOOR LEVEL

Site criteria The center is Located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. Near train stations, schools ,medical college ,police station ,the site is located within the city not isolated ,making the center accessible to most people.

CASE STUDY

SHARDA INSTITUTE OUT PATIENT DEPARTMENT

BAKUBHAI NI POL A DAY CARE CENTER 24%

SHARDA INSTITUTE SCHOOL FOR MENTALLY RETARDED 27%

BM Institute of Mental Health - Ahmedabad

6%

Reception 11% Waiting

•Early Intervention Group •Counseling

Performance” by Rehabilitation Council of India, Ministry of 1900

Store Room

11%

Rajasthan.

750

SHARDA OUT PATIENT DEPARTMENT Total area Sq. mt.

REGISTERED UNDER •Bombay Public Trust Act. •Persons with Disability (PWD) Act

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Rehabilitation center for children with special need SHARDA SCHOOL FOR MENTALLY RETARDED

SHARDA TRAINING AND RESEARCH

B. M. REHABILITATION CENTER PRE VOCATIONAL TRAINING What to do after training : Below mentioned College students get practical experience and training by getting involved in the DCU programmed. Patients gain from this experience and are happy to involve them in the programmed. Dr. Nalie, a trained practicing psychoanalyst worked at the DCU for nearly 3 weeks. Her participation was very important for staff as well as the patients.

(1) Office Work. (2) Attending the outside shop & earning the money for half days & then full time. (3) Sending them back to their home & families responsibilities. (4) Sending them back to school & colleges. (5) New job placements in shop & Schools. Day Care Unit (Psychiatric Unit) is also providing practical training & exposure to the professional students as follows. – O. T. Students, O.T. Interne from Ahmedabad Institute of Medical Sciences. – Social Work Students from

(1)Gujarat Vidhyapith (2) Vallabh Vidhya Nagar University (3) B. M. Institute P.G.D.R.P. Students.

SHARDA SCHOOL FOR MENTALLY RETARDED

B. M. REHABILITATION CENTER PRE VOCATIONAL TRAINING SHARDA SCHOOL FOR MENTALLY RETARDED 850 sq. mt. Purpose

For children below 14 years

No. of users

60 student

Spaces

Waiting Prayer-Dinning hall Kitchen Offices-staff Room Class Room Toilet Therapies Lab Stairs-lift Others Parking Area Play Ground

Activity

Staff

SHARDA SCHOOL FOR MENTALLY RETARDED TOTAL AREA Sq. mt.

1 1 1 6 7 2 3 1

20 sq.mt. 80 sq.mt. 20 sq.mt. 20 sq.mt. 20 sq.mt. 10 sq.mt. 40 sq.mt. 50 sq.mt. 2M wide passage

20 sq.mt. 20 sq.mt. 20 sq.mt. 120 sq.mt. 140 sq.mt. 20 sq.mt. 120 sq.mt. 50 sq.mt. 340 sq.mt. 450 sq.mt. 810 sq.mt.

PrayerDinning hall 1%

Purpose Toilet 1%

Play Ground 38%

No. of users Spaces

Therapies Lab 6% Stairslift 2%

Others 16% 5 1 1 1

Parking Area 21%

SHARDA TRAINING AND RESEARCH Total area in sq.mt.

SHARDA TRAINING AND RESEARCH 820 sq. mt.

Class Room 7%

•Pre-primary level •Primary level •Secondary level •Pre –Vocational level Special Teachers Clinical Psychologist Clerical person Peon

SHARDA TRAINING AND RESEARCH

Waiting 1% Kitchen Offices-staff Room 1% 6%

Activity

Staff

BAKUBHAI NI POL A day care center

For graduate student 30 students Stairs – lift Reception Waiting Office –Staff Room Library-office Conference hall Lecture hall Toilet Rest room Others

1 1 1 7 1 2 6 4 1

50 20 120 140 80 80 120 40 20 150

sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt. sq.mt.

Training program • Diploma in special education for mentally retarded •Training in Psycho Diagnostic and Concealing Research Department Lecturers Clerical person peon

Community work for adult ( age more than 18 years)

No. of users

20 students

Spaces

Family Room Kitchen – store Dinning area Conference hall Consulting Room Utility Others Play ground

Activity

Staff

3 1 1 1 4 2

30 sq.mt. 50 sq.mt. 60 sq.mt. 40 sq.mt. 20 sq.mt. 5 sq.mt. 175 sq.mt.

Psychologist Pediatrician Social worker Speech Therapist Occupational therapist Nurse

68 student 14 staff members

Spaces

Reception’ Office Workshop Toilets Others Parking area Play ground

Toilet 5% Office –Staff Room 17%

Lecture hall 15% Conference Library-office hall 10% 10%

Activity

Staff

PRE VOCATIONAL 550 sq. mt.

For adolescent children age 13-18 years

No. of users

Waiting 15%

1 1 3 1

50 sq.mt. 35 sq.mt. 135 sq.mt. 35 sq.mt. 30 sq.mt.

Reception Office 2% 1% 50 sq.mt. 35 sq.mt. 400 sq.mt. 35 sq.mt. 30 sq.mt. 200 sq.mt. 1580 sq.mt.

•Printing •Stitching •Metal work •Carpentry •Crafts – kitchen Instructors Recreational teachers Part – time teachers Head of the Department Clerical person Peon Watchmen

Family Room 11%

Workshop 17%

Parking area 9% Play ground 68%

5 1 1 1 1 2 1

Kitchen – store 6% Conference Dinning area hall 5% 7%

Play ground 40%

Consulting Room 9% 1 2 2 2 1 2

Others 21%

Utility 1%

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B. M. REHABILITATION CENTER PRE VOCATIONAL TRAINING TOTAL AREA sq. mt.

BAKUBHAI NI POL A day care center TOTAL AREA sq.mt.

•Tea time •Group discussion

BAKUBHAI NI POL A day care center

CASE STUDY

90 sq.mt. 50 sq.mt. 60 sq.mt. 40 sq.mt. 80sq.mt. 10 sq.mt. 175 sq.mt. 345sq.mt.

Purpose

Reception 2%

Rest room 2%

6 4 1

BAKUBHAI NI POL A day care center 750 sq.mt. Purpose

Others 18%

Stairs – lift 6%

B. M. REHABILITATION CENTER TRAINING

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Rehabilitation center for children with special need Umeed Priwar Arvind Saurabh ,Pune

Umeed Priwar Arvind Saurabh ,Pune Floor Plan

Mission

To provide world class infrastructural facilities for total care of Mentally Retarded (MR) and Cerebral Palsy (CP) afflicted persons. This includes prevention, early intervention, training, education, retraining, research and total rehabilitation. To carry out ongoing training and re-training of special children so that they can contribute as best as they can and become an acceptable part of the society.

Goals

The Organization

Founded in 1990, Umed Pariwar is a Pune based organization that works for the specialized needs and betterment of Mentally Challenged and Cerebral Palsy persons. It is an association of parents of such Special children .

Vision

To sensitize the society to meet special needs of the differently-abled. To help parents emotionally and psychologically to face the situation boldly and enable the handicapped persons to be a contributory and functionally accepted human being within the society.

Rehabilitation of Mentally Handicapped and Cerebral Palsy Persons. Provide guidance and assistance to avail educational, vocational and medical facilities. Organize programs and workshops for teachers and social-workers for such special schools. Run day care centers for children who cannot attend school. Arrange vacation camps and residential camps. Keep up-to-date knowledge of institutions working in this field at state and national level and ge acquainted with the working of such organizations on global level to have mutual exchange of thought, plans, programs, views and experiences. Arrange regular meetings, seminars, various programs to boost the morale of the parents. Organize these activities on state level, encourage people to form organizations of parents at district level and guide them. Create favorable atmosphere for this activity at state and zonal levels by organizing educational and training programs, discussions, competitions etc. Conduct research programs useful for people working in this field, publish relevant literature and periodicals to propagate this activity.

ARVIND SAURABH GROUND FLOOR

ARVIND SAURABH FIRST FLOOR

ARVIND SAURABH

First floor Spaces

2700 sq. mt.

Purpose No. of users

SITE IMAGES

Ground floor Spaces

Umeed Priwar Arvind Saurabh ,Pune Site location

Map of Maharashtra

Map of Pune

Sr. No .

Type of buildings

Total covered area on ground floor sq m.

For children below 18 years 200 student GIRL'S SECTION KITCHEN DINING STORE WASHING LAUNDRY LIVING AREA CP SECTION TOILET SLIPOVER AREA CORRIDOR CENTRAL OPEN SPACE BEDROOM ENTRANCE LOBBY LIBRARY CLINIC WORKSHOP AREA LIFT SHAFT

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 8 2 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1

Total covered area on all floor sq m.

1

ARVIND SAURABH Temple

50

50

2

ARVIND SAURABH Servant Quarters

150

150

3

ARVIND SAURABH Main building

1350

2700

1550

2900

40 sq.mt. 20 sq.mt. 85sq.mt. 18 sq.mt. 12 sq.mt. 14 sq.mt. 65 sq.mt. 40 sq.mt. 100sq.mt. 230 sq.mt. 200 sq.mt. 105 sq.mt. 130 sq.mt. 25 sq.mt. 35 sq.mt. 20 sq.mt. 55 sq.mt. 5 sq.mt.

CENTRAL OPEN SPACE CORRIDOR LIFT SHAFT TOILET BEDROOM MULTIPURPOSE HALL BALCONY LIVING AREA KITCHEN DINING LIVING / DINING LIVING / KITCHEN

5 1 1 15 12 1 5 3 7 1 4 1

200 sq.mt. 190 sq.mt. 5 sq.mt. 85 sq.mt. 210 sq.mt. 75 sq.mt. 35 sq.mt. 70 sq.mt. 85 sq.mt. 12 sq.mt. 70sq.mt. 15 sq.mt.

ARVIND SAURABH GROUND FLOOR PLAN AREA GIRL'S SECTION

2%

3%

0%

2%

5% 3%

2% 1% 1%

9%

8%

17%

1%

DINING STORE WASHING LAUNDRY

LIFT SHAFT

19%

TOILET BEDROOM

3%

18%

7%

LIVING AREA 20%

CORRIDOR •Workshop •Therapy center •Recreational and Library facilities •Amphitheatre •Facilities for agriculture allied activities.

Servant Quarters

Room 52%

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1%

BALCONY

KITCHEN

SLIPOVER AREA

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MULTIPURPOSE HALL

LIVING AREA

TOILET

Activity

7%

7%

CP SECTION

19%

CORRIDOR

1%

8%

Toilet 17%

SERVANT QUARTERS GROUND FLOOR PLAN

Umeed Priwar – Pune

7%

5%

Kitchen 31%

CASE STUDY

2%

3%

•Water Purifier Systems •Establishing the kitchen setup for approximately 100 residents •Windmills •DG sets, Inverter and solar systems •Refrigeration systems •Laundry units •Physiotherapy equipment and Equipment for Polyclinic and Vocational Centre •Games and tools •Furniture •Books and study materials •Plants and Green house project •CCTV and Security system •Rainwater Harvesting •Bio Gas Plant •Computers •Dishwasher

CENTRAL OPEN SPACE

KITCHEN

11%

BASIC FACILITY IN ARVIND SAURABH

ARVIND SAURABH FIRST FLOOR AREA

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Rehabilitation center for children with special need National Rehabilitation Center For Persons With Disabilities (NRCD) Activities

The National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities (NRCD) supports persons with disabilities (PWDs) in Japan for their independence and social participation. Under an organized system, the NRCD provides a variety of rehabilitation services from medical care to vocational training. These services include advanced and comprehensive health, medical and welfare programs to help people recover and maintain their overall living functions. The NRCD also works as the core institution for research and development of rehabilitation technologies and assistive products as well as for education and training of rehabilitation professionals. To contribute to promote scientific evidence-based medical and welfare programs, the NRCD conducts assessment and analysis of information such as clinical data related to specific disabilities. The NRCD continues R &D activities using the latest scientific resources and steady efforts to reduce functional limitations of PWDs and develop their abilities.

Hospital

Comprehensive rehabilitation services for PWDs The Hospital offers diagnosis, treatment and medical rehabilitation of PWDs or potential PWDs. Welfare services for PWDs As a support facility for PWDs, the Rehabilitation Services Bureau assists PWDs through assessment of disabilities and provides welfare services that meet individual needs.

200 inpatients

Eligibility

Those with disabilities classified in the appendix to the Law for the Welfare of Disabled Persons or those persons who are at risk to be disabled. Those who were referred to by a doctor.

Medical Department

Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Neurology, Gastroenterology, Pediatrics, General Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Urology, Otorhinolaryngology, Rehabilitation Medicine, Dentistry, and Anesthesiology.

Procedures

•Please ask to information of hospital about way of consulting a doctor.T •hose who want to be hospitalised need to see doctors for reservation.

Expense

Fee for treatment and medical examination is charged according to the rule of the Health Insurance law, but may be waived on the basis of the income of the patient and his family.

Research and Development (R&D) of rehabilitation technologies and assistive products The Research Institute pursues improved QOL of PWDs through research and development of assistive products and conducts studies on medical, social and engineering issues related to rehabilitation. Education and training of rehabilitation professionals The College provides education and training for current rehabilitation professionals and future experts demanded in rehabilitation and related fields. Rehabilitation and health promotion programs The Hospital assists PWDs in health promotion and dissemination of adaptive sports.

Site Criteria The center is Located in Asia ,Japan ,Tokorozawa City .Near train stations, schools, medical college ,police station ,the site is located within the city not isolated ,making the center accessible to most people.

Training Center

Information services The NRCD acquires information related to rehabilitation in Japan and overseas and makes it available to PWDs and people involved in rehabilitation.

Title of course

General Rehabilitation Course

Training Course for Independent Living

Special Career Course

Capacity

330 trainees

40 trainees

210 trainees

Persons with visual disability.

Persons with visual disability.

Eligibility

International cooperation The NRCD contributes to promoting rehabilitation of PWDs in developing countries. In Clients

National Rehabilitation Center Entrance

Hospital

Swimming Pool

Research

Tennis Court

Baseball Field

Department of Prosthetics

National Rehabilitation Center For Persons With Disabilities (NRCD) Area Program Total area of building 93,961m2 13,277m2

Hospital annex

5,349m2

Training Center

7,128m2

Dormitory

17,552m2

Gymnasium

3,703m2

Research Institute

5,585m2

Prosthetics and Orthotics Laboratory

1,675m2

College

8,475m2

College Dormitory

4,344m2

Prosthetics and Orthotics Course, College

1,394m2

Main Building and Others

25,479m2

Procedures

Those who want to get in Training Center need to apply to welfare office or your town (village) office. Please ask of details to Division of Psychology and Rehabilitation Management of the Center.

National Vocational Rehabilitation Center for the Disabled

National Rehabilitation Center For Persons With Disabilities (NRCD) Area Program Total area of building 93,961m2

Hospital 14% Main Building and Others 27% Prosthetics and Orthotics Course, College 1% College Dormitory 5%

Hospital annex 6%

Training Center 7%

College 9%

Dormitory 19%

Prosthetics and Orthotics Research Laboratory Institute Gymnasium 2% 4% 6%

Purpose The Research Institute was established in 1984 as the central institute devoted to the research and development of rehabilitation techniques in Japan. It is a unique interdisciplinary, mission oriented institute focusing on medicine, engineering, sociology, and psychology. The activities of the institute are closely related to the rehabilitation services provided by the center and the results are tested, evaluated at other branches and transferred to them. Currently the emphasis is on the development of evaluation methodologies, assistive technology and new equipment, and an efficient delivery system to meet the diverse demands of the disabled. Basic research relevant to these aims is also conducted.

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Education to obtain "the massage, acupuncture and moxibustion" license. (3years or 5years)

According to the individual and domestic incomes, a part of the expenses are paid by the trainee. (It is free of charge for those whose income is below the certain level)

AREA MAP

CASE STUDY

Mobility training, Training of daily living, Low vision training and Communication training. (6months)

Parking Lot

Tokorozwa

Hospital

Machinery, Machinery drawing, Electric and Electronic, Metal work, Weaving, Knitting, Machine Sewing, Tole paint, Plate making for printing, Office automation equipment, Laundry, Driving training, Sign language, Functional training. (up to 2 years)

Expense

Hall Parking Lot

National Rehabilitation Center For Persons With Disabilities (NRCD) •Site Area: 225,180m2 •Building Dimensions: 93,961m2

Contents and term of training

Gym

Training Center

College

Persons with physical, auditory, visual and other disabilities.

Those over 15 years of age who are issued the physically disabled persons 'certificate and have finished compulsory education. Those with severe mental disability or with infectious disease are excluded.

In Clients

Official Apartments

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Capacity

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Rehabilitation center for children with special need SUZHOU CHILDRENS HOSPITAL Introduction The firm is located in china .Its philosophy is to design buildings of distinction that reflect the unique characteristics of both the location and the users of the building. The existing Suzhou Children’s hospital is located in a building that is 80 years old with little improvement since its original construction. This new replacement hospital has been designed with all the latest concepts in paediatric healthcare delivery.

Thought Behind Design The design puts at ease the stress and fears of patients and their parents. Spaces are designed with the emotional and physical needs of this unique population. Infusion of natural light, well-planned clinical areas and access to multiple outside areas offer relief from anxiety and stimulates patient health.

Special Feature The architecture of the hospital reinforces this tie to the fluidity of the water in the gardens and canals, and the fluidity of a kite soaring. The curves are visually appealing, like waves of water or currents of air. Bands of colour will be interspersed on the building’s façade to further designate the hospital as a place for children and their families.

GROUND LEVEL

TYPICAL INPATIENT LEVEL

Map Of CHINA

Map Suzhou children's hospital

CIRCULATION PLAN OF SUZHOU CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

Map Of SUZHOU

Circulation

Concept Behind Design

Kites have always delighted children for centuries. It is believed that kites originated in China over 2800 years ago. Their bright colours and shapes soaring through the sky bring wonder and joy to children of all ages. Suzhou Children's Hospital has its own very large kite that soars over the garden and play areas. This kite provides cover and protection from the sun and rain, adding colour and delight to the children and their families. The water garden at Suzhou Children's Hospital recalls a long tradition of the water gardens in Suzhou known for their beauty and tranquillity. The water features also provide a visual connection to the canals of Suzhou, the Venice of the East. The project abuts canals on the south and east side.

Bright colours and shapes used in design

SUZHOU CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL PLAN

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Patients will arrive on foot, by bus, by bicycle, and automobile across a bridge that spans a below grade healing garden specifically designed for children and their parents arriving in a spacious multilevel space that provides easy wayfinding and access into all areas of the hospital. The use of escalators will speed the patients to the clinical areas. Each floor of the facility will have patient registration, cashier and pharmacy thus reducing congestion and unnecessary traffic patterns. Patient care areas were designed so that all patient rooms face south, in a mixture of single and 4 bed wards. The south facing rooms provide for the best balance of the healing benefits of the sun. The inclusion of a separate infectious disease building, VIP patient areas, and staff housing all lend opportunities for integrated design solutions in a child friendly environment. Staff will have access to garden areas set aside for their use alone.

CIRCULATION

Type of buildings Infectious disease

Diagnostic and treatment Units Infectious Disease Units

8

2

Admin and teaching unit

Research and Teaching Unit

15

3

Staff housing

Staff Housing

5

4

Hospital

Administration Clinics Emergency unit Surgery unit In-patient units Patient Care Units

40

Suzhou Childrens Hospital Total covered area at ground floor level %

INFECTIOUS DISEASE

8% 15%

42% PRIMARY CIRCULATION 60%

5%

ADMIN AND TEACHING UNIT STAFF HOUSING HOSPITAL

30%

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Suzhou Children Hospital – China

Total covered area %

1

TERTIARY CIRCULATION 10%

SECONDARY CIRCULATION 30%

Total covered area on ground floor sq m.

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Zoning program

Conclusion of design

FACULTIES AND ADMINISTRATION

• Functional and physical attributes of the design are related to the emotional and physical needs of this unique population. • Designed keeping in mind the natural environmental conditions to achieve the maximum inside/outside comfort for the building users. • Huge openings on the building facade makes the space interlinked with the nature, it also enlightens the space and improves air circulation. • Design includes different blocks connected with service road & wide corridors. • Universal access provided through ramps, stairs and lift. • Slit windows are provided to illuminate the long corridors which creates the shafts and spots of light. • Infusion of natural light, well planned clinical areas and access to multiple outside areas. • Big central courtyard & pocket courtyards connecting all the spaces which allows casual sitting and gathering space. It provides a safe and secure environment. • Use of latest technologies and therapies. • National level of rehabilitation services are provided. • Transportation facilities are also very well designed . • Vehicular and pedestrian movement are segregated for safety and occupants. • The location of campus is near to village the basic facilities such as police station, railway station, post office, etc are nearer to the main campus. • More space provide for activities compared with normal children and also for barrier free spaces.

GUEST HOUSE AND TRAINEE’S HOSTEL

Zone Component

•Reception and Waiting •Counseling Room

•Therapist Offices •Counseling Room Therapies Lab

•Reception •Waiting •Director Office •Principal Office •Offices-Staff Room •Class Room

•Reception •Waiting •Office •Workshop Nursery Section (3-5 Year) Academic Section (5-7 Year) Pre-Vocational Section (7-12 Year) Multi-Sensory Section (12-18 Year)

•Multipurpose Hall •Speech And Language treatment classes •Social skills development classes •Art Studio •Everyday life training •Drama Class •Motor skill unit •Sensory room •Library •Computer Lab •Nursing station Nurse Room Toilet

Program

•Care Taker Unit •Toilets •Play ground •Sensory Garden •Garden •Yoga •Sports Ground •Open Gym

Chocolate Jewelry Candle Paper lanterns Greeting Cards Envelope Handmade Paper bags Rakhi Floor mat Filing Duster Color Work Paper Roll Cutting Assembling of Product Care Taker Room Packing work Toilet Non toxic Shop Detergent Manufacturing Clay modeling  Embroidery Sawing Farming •Toilets •Playground

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Psychological therapy IQ testing

oBehavioral therapy oAnimal/pet therapy oMusic therapy oSport therapy

Reception Waiting Office Workshop Toilets

Total Area

1 1 4 20 2

2 10 1 20 -

12 20 54 1536 84

416

1706

•Boys Hostel •Girls Hostel •Family Cottages •Directors Residence •Guest House And Trainee's Hostel •Residence of Staff / Lecturers •Residence of other essential Staff •Dormitory

Day Care center Zone component

Number of Persons Approxim spaces

[Sq. M] Reception Waiting Principal office Staff room Girls section Cp section Family room Store Multipurpose hall Conference hall Computer lab Consulting room Nursing room Care taker room Toilet

Reception Waiting Principal office Offices-staff room Speech treatment classes Social skills development classes Art studio Everyday life training Sensory room Motor skill Drama class Class room Computer lab Multipurpose space Library Nursing station Care taker unit Store Big store Toilets Total

Policy planning division Medical account division Staff room Storage room Data/record room Toilet

College

Semi Public Facilities

•Course of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (2 year) •Course of Prosthetics and Orthotics (2 year) •Course of Rehabilitation Gymnastics (2 year) •Short-term Training Courses of Rehabilitation Professionals (1 year) •Teacher training College (1 year) •P.G.D.S.E. (M.R.) Course (1 year) •P.G.D.R.P. (1Year) •B.ED. (Special Education) M.R. (2 Year) •P.G.P.D. (1 year)

•Multipurpose Hall •Cafeteria •Information center •Gallery/ Exhibition •Outdoor Area •Auditorium •Toilet •Electric Room •Mechanical Room •Security Cabin •Parking

OPD and Care Center Persons

1 1 1 1 1

Approxi mate area [Sq. M]

4 10 1 50 4 1 1 1 1 15 -

12 20 30 60 24 12 12 12 12 60 20 12 30

88

316

Zone component

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Reception Waiting Counseling room Treatment swimming Pool Gym for special healing treatments Nursing room Medical room Laboratories Store room Toilet

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12 20 192

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ate area

2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

Total area

2 10 1 20 20 20 10 50 60 20 1 4 4 -

12 20 14 48 48 96 48 48 96 96 96 14 14 14 48

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School For special education Zone component

Guest House and trainee’s hostel

Moxibustion

area [ Sq. M]

Psychiatrist therapy Physiotherapy & Movement Therapy Speech-Hearing-language Therapy Audiology Therapy Music therapy Singing therapy Dancing therapy Swimming therapy Vocational therapy Occupational therapy Behavioral therapy Family Therapy Art Therapy Computer Therapy Toilet Therapy • Swimming pool

Workshop and Vocational Training centre

SCHOOL FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION

Rehabilitation Section Division of •Department of Social Rehabilitation Transition Support for Social Support •Reception Systems Section Employment •Waiting Rehabilitation Research •Office-Staff Room Psychology Section •Library •Conference Hall •Department of Rehabilitation for Movement •Department of Prosthetics and Orthotics •Information Center for Persons with •Lecture Hall Functions Developmental Disabilities •Therapy Center Bone and Joint •E.I.S Section •Bio-Chemistry Laboratory Motor Control •Physiotherapy Section •Consulting Room •Department of Rehabilitation for Sensory •Toilets Sensory Functions •Rest Room Section •storage Communication Faculties and Administration Section Training Cognitive Functions Zone component Numb Section •Communication Training •Department of Assistive Technology er of •Training For Daily Vision Assistive Devices spaces Section •Low Vision Training Daily Living •Mobility Training Devices Section •Department of Nursing 1 Reception & information Prostheses and •Department of Consultation and Support 1 desk Orthoses Testing Division of General 1 Waiting Section Consultation 1 Directors office Assistive Technology Division of 2 Conference room Evaluating Section Rehabilitation Services 1 Administrative office •Department of Rehabilitation Engineering Comprehensive Support Mechatronic 1 Nutritionist office •Department of Employment Support and Technology Section 1 Finance division School of Massage ,Acupuncture and Biotechnological

Workshop and Vocational training centre

•Reception And Information Desk •Waiting •Directors office •Conference Room •Administrative Office •Nutritionist Office •Finance division •Policy planning division •Medical account division •Staff Room •Storage and Filing/Data Room •Toilet

School For special education

THERAPY DEPARTMENT

WORKSHOP AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE

Therapy Department

•Reception •Waiting •Girls Section •Cp Section •Family Room •Multipurpose Hall •Conference Hall •Consulting Room •Store •Toilet •Play Ground

DAY CARE CENTER

TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTER

OPD and Care Center

Internal Medicine Psychiatry Child Psychiatry Neurology Gastroenterology Pediatrics Urology Ophthalmology Otorhinolaryngology Dentistry Anesthesiology Developmental Disorders Orthotic Division Rehabilitation Medical Social Work & Psychology Division Sensory Division •Treatment swimming pool •Gym for Special healing treatments •Nursing room •Medical Room •Laboratories •Store Room •Toilet •Parking

OPD AND CARE CENTER

SEMI PUBLIC FACILITIES

Faculties and Administration

Day Care center

Training and Research Center

Total area

Total area

Therapy center Zone component

Number of spaces

Persons

Approximate area [Sq.M]

Waiting Therapist offices Counseling room Therapies lab Swimming pool Toilets

2 4 4 16 1 3

Total area

4 4 10 20 -

108 54 54 384 192 108

90

900

Summery Of Space Program Number of spaces 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 32 4 2 1 2 2 8 4 6

Persons

Units

Approximate area [Sq. M] 2 10 1 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 60 60 100 4 4 -

12 20 48 280 96 96 96 96 96 96 160 1536 702 320 254 24 24 72 96 144

1041

4268

Approximate area [Sq. M] 316

Faculties and Administration OPD and Care Center

552

School For special education

4268

Therapy center

900

Training and Research Center

2484

Workshop and Vocational training centre

1706

Day Care Center

712

Guest House and trainee’s hostel

9410

Semi Public Facilities

3416

Total Area

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Rehabilitation center for children with special need SITE LOCATION

SITE ANLYSIS

TREE IDENTIFICATION

Introduction After completing the program analysis, the approximate area needed for the site is found, in this specific criteria

RAJODA SITE

needed for the site will be listed in order to find the most suitable site for the project to be built. Choosing an appropriate site is crucial because it can assure the success of the project. •As the project is in Gujarat, the perfect location for the site will be in Ahmedabad because of its connectivity with the entire state of Gujarat either through rail or road transport.

Black babool Tree

Golden shower tree

Neem Tree

•Children from all over the state can easily participate in the activities of the center. •Ahmedabad being a metro city of Gujarat, it has better transport facilities such as city bus, B.R.T.S., auto rickshaw/taxi, and metro (within near future) which connects well with Railway Station, S.T. Bus station and air port. •An easy availability of the different consultants, equipments, labs and other related facilities. •Also Ahmedabad has better connectivity with the other parts of the country through rail, road and air transport.

Site selection criteria

Gooseberry Tree

Banyan tree

Bamboo Tree

•Less populated/peaceful zone •Nature surrounded •Humanizing environment •Easily accessible through rail routes and roads •Easily availability of transport vehicles such as, BRTS , ST buses , rickshaws, etc

SITE ANALYSIS

Peepal Tree

Mango Tree

Tamarind Tree

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FARM

UPCOMING FACTORY

WATER LINE NOISE

SITE ACCESS

FARM

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SITE ACCESS

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3. MAIN ROAD SIDE

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FARM

Site Map

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3. MAIN ROAD SIDE WIND DIRECTION

4. CANAL ROAD SIDE

SUN PATH

4. CANAL ROAD SIDE

4. CANAL ROAD SIDE

SITE SECTION MAP OF AHMEDABAD CONNECTION TO THE RAJODA

MAP OF RAJODA

Site location Canal Rd, Rajoda, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 382220

MAIN ROAD SIDE SECTION

CANAL SIDE SECTION

SATELLITE MAP OF RAJODA

Site detail MAP OF SITE

Site Analysis

•Plot area - 77898sq.mt. •10M wide Road •Site 2 side water channel

LONGITUDE SECTION

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Rehabilitation center for children with special need Concept From the case study above it was found that , children with special-different ability require special care and attention for their education and training. Also it was observed that they require equivalent amount of area for their outdoor activity. These out door activities must be under safe and secure environment. Therefore hierarchy of courtyard could be the best solution for designing this project.

DESIGN CRITERIA

DESIGN PARAMETERS

CONCEPTUAL

FORM

LANGUAGE

MATERIAL

Climate parameters

HEIGHT Building height differentiation

SUN PATH

Exit

Other facility

STAIR

CORRIDOR

ORIENTATION

BUILDING ORIENTATION orient the building with longer axes in the eastwest direction

VENTILATION maximum Cross ventilation provided

Other facility

RAMP

Entry

Training and research center

Training and research center

Exit

Out patient department

vocational

Exit

TOILET

Day care unit

Faculty and adminis tration

Day care unit

Other facility

Training and research center

RAILING/FURNITURE SITE OPTION- 3

PRE-FINAL OPTION

RELATIONSHIP DIAGRAM Green Space

OPD And Care Center

Faculties And Administration

EXIT FARM

Common gathering Space

LIFT

AUDITORIUM

GYM

SWIMMING POOL

ENTRY

ENTRY

FINANCE DIVISION

FARM

ENTRY

POLICY PLANING DIVISION

RECEPTION

STAFF ROOM

PRINCIPAL OFFICE NURSING ROOM

TOILET

CARE TAKER UNIT

CARE TAKER UNIT

NURSING ROOM

MULTIPURPOSE SPACE

STAFF ROOM

TOILET

THERAPIES LABS 8 CLASS ROOMS COMPUTER LAB

PARKING

DRAMA CLASS

LIBRARY

DIRECTOR OFFICE

COUNSELING ROOMS

E N T R Y

MOTOR SKILL UNIT GREEN AREA

RECEPTION

THERAPIST OFFICES SOCIAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT CLASS

SWIMMING POOL

THERAPIST OFFICES

8 CLASS ROOMS DINNING HALL KITCHEN UTILITY

PRAYER ROOM

STAFF ROOM

TOILET

NURSING ROOM

NURSING ROOM

PRINCIPAL OFFICE

CARE TAKER UNIT

STAFF ROOM

TOILET

Day Care Center

STAFF ROOM

DINING AREA

ENTRY

RECEPTI ON

WAITIN G AREA

Interconnectivity

MULTIPU RPOSE HALL

CONFERE NCE HALL

CONSUL TING ROOM

GREEN AREA

DIRECT OR OFFICE

Courtyard View

Hierarchy of spaces (activity based) APPROACHABILITY,ACCESSIBILITY,USABILITY

SPACES

DINNING HALL KITCHEN UTILITY

FAMILY ROOM CP SECTIO N

COMPU TER LAB

TOILET

WORKSHOPS

GREEN AREA

TOILET

WAITING AREA

OFFICE

MULTIPURPOSE SPACE

PRINCIPAL OFFICE

CARE TAKER ROOM

DINNING HALL KITCHEN UTILITY

TOILET

8 CLASS ROOMS THERAPIES LABS

CORRIDOR WIDTH WINDOW

R E C E P T I O N

SENSORY ROOM EVERY DAY LIFE TRAINING

ART STUDIO

COUNSELING ROOMS

Public courtyard

E N T R Y

8 CLASS ROOMS

SPEECH TREATMENT CLASS

Semi privet courtyard

PRINCIPAL OFFICE

TOILET

DOOR

LEVELS & GROOVES

TOILET

Workshop And Vocational Training Center STAFF ROOM

DESIGN PARAMETERS

LABORATORIE S

MEDICAL ACCOUNT DIVISION

School For Special Education

GUIDING BLOCKS AND FLOORING

WAITING AREA

COUNSELING ROOMS

DATA AND FILING ROOM

COUNSELING ROOMS

SWIMMING POOL

DIRECTOR OFFICE NUTRITI ONIST OFFICE

ADMIN OFFICE

SIGNAGES

MEDICA L ROOM

TOILET

WAIT ING AREA

RECEPTION

STORE

STORAGE

GREEN AREA

Private Courtyard

TOILET

NURSING ROOM

Buildings

Concept

Entry

Out patient department

Entry

CONFERENCE ROOM

Courtyard based planning

Faculty and adminis tration

SITE OPTION- 2

SITE OPTION- 1

OPENING ORIENTATION More opening north side

WIND

vocational

Entry

Out patient department

OPENING SIZE Small opening and louver window provide

CLIMATE composite climate

Day care unit

Faculty and administ ration

Day care unit

vocational

SHADING Vertical and horizontal shading to cut-off direct solar radiation

Context Diagram

FACTORY

Exit School for Special children

“Hierarchy of courtyard for safe and secure out door activity” It is important to provide courtyard for composite climate of the site . form of building for special people should be simple in geometry. Depending upon the space requirement, building could be maximum ground +two storey. Due to locally available materials brick walls and exposed concrete structure is provided. Where ever required brick jali is proposed for visual connectivity and safety. Non slippery flooring is provided for special children. As per requirement large and small and louver openings are provided.

Zoning

BARRIER FREE DESIGN

OBSERVATION

STORE

TOILET GIRLS SECTIO N

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Rehabilitation center for children with special need Master Planning • • • • • •

Building Design

Hierarchy of buildings Access to site Movement/ vehicle and pedestrian movement Open/built up spaces Axial reference from size & shape of plot context. Climatic response.

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Space planning Individual units & clusters Interactive spaces Function base volumes Architectural language Detailing material & techniques

CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES

CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES

FIRST STAGE

SECOND STAGE

AUDITORIUM & GALLERY

FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

DAY CARE UNIT

THIRD STAGE THERAPY CENTER OPD DEPARTMENT

SCHOOL BUILDING

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













  





 





  

 



9

AY







GH



A RO

 









  





D

CANA L







E

HI







ID

A



W





NH -8





M

W









 



 



 







 







 

 

 

 





 





 







 

 













   















  





CANA L









  











 





 



     





 



















 







 







    





 



  



 

  









 



















W



AY



 



 





 



 



 





TO





 







 

  







 













   







 

 

            



 

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 

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

AN

 

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           

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

 

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AL RY N A A D IC ON T C E A

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SECONDARY ROAD

S

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M AR

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SA







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L

SABARMATI CANAL























 





 



CANA

































 



















 





 

 

















 









 



 





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  

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



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

 















          

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  

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

M





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CANA L

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W

 

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

 





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 

 

W

AY



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 



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 



      



 

  

 

 

  

 

 

 

 







 

       



 





 

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 

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   

 

 

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 



 

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 





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 

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

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



   

 

 

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    

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 

 

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 

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 

 

 

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   

   

   


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 

 

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  

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







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



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

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 

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AC FCU

 

AC FCU

AC FCU

AC FCU

AC FCU

 

 

 

 

 

 







 ODU1 ODU1

AC FCU

 







AC FCU

 

 

AC FCU











 ODU1 ODU1





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











ODU1 ODU1



ODU1 ODU1







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







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

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





















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

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

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

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









 

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



















































ODU1

ODU1

ODU1

ODU1

ODU1

ODU1

ODU1

ODU1

ODU1

ODU1

ODU1







AC FCU

AC FCU

AC FCU





  





AC FCU

AC FCU



AC FCU

AC FCU



AC FCU

 







AC FCU

AC FCU







 AC FCU

AC FCU











AC FCU

AC FCU

ODU1

ODU1

ODU1

AC FCU

AC FCU

ODU1





AC FCU

AC FCU

AC FCU

ODU1 ODU1

AC FCU

ODU1 ODU1

















ODU1 ODU1





AC FCU









AC FCU

ODU1 ODU1 ODU1 ODU1





AC FCU





ODU1

AC FCU

AC FCU

AC FCU

AC FCU





ODU1 ODU1











 ODU1 ODU1



AC FCU







 







 





ODU1 ODU1

 











0 1M 3M 5M

10M

20M

 







 











AC FCU





ODU1




















 

 

 

 

 

 

 















 

































































































 



































































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





























































































45CM 30CM 30CM

TO OHWT

TO OHWT

 38CM 15CM







 













Z

DEPTH OF MANHOLE

40CM

30CM 30CM

Z

Z

50CM DIA

Z

15CM

Z

38CM

Y 120CM

Y

Y

  

X X

140CM

80CM X

90CM



X

X

X

Y 

Y Y

 

 

0 1M 3M 5M

10M



20M



 



















 



  

















 Z







 

50CM DIA

80CM

PUMPS

PROVIDE INLINE DISC FILTERS ON FEED TO UGWT

UGWT (RAW)

 



DEPTH OF MANHOLE

NORMALLY CLOSED



CHANNEL

PRESSURE SYSTEM @ MACHINE ROOM LVL.

50 FROM OHWT

50CM DIA

NRV







 

NRV







































 







 










 









 

0.60



















 

0.60



0.60

0.60





0.60





0.60





0.60

    



 

 



0.60 0.60

0.60

0.60







0.15



 









0.60





0.60

0.60

    

 

0.60



 







0.60

0.60

 0.60

    







0.60 0.60



3.15

3.00











0.60

0.30 0.60

 0.30 0.60

0.30

1.50

 

 



0.60 0.30



0.45









0.60 2.10





0.30



0.60

0.60



 0.30



 





0.60 0.60



0.45

0.45

0.45

0.49

0.49

0.12



 0.83

3.15

3.15 0.12

0.30

2.70

0.60

0.30

0.60

0.60





1.39

 0.30



0.45

















 

 

0.60

 0.30

 0.30

1.50

0.60 0.90

0.30





 

0.60

0.30









    

  



2.10

0.30

0.60

2.10



0.30

  



 





 0.15

0.90

 





0.30

0.30

0.60

3.00

2.10







 

0.60

2.10

0.30 0.60

2.10

0.60



0.30

0.60

0.30

1.50



0.60

2.10

0.30

0.30

0.60

 





 3.15





0.90



0.60

0.60

0.90



0.45

0.30



0.30

1.50 0.30

0.60









 



0.15

0.15



0.45

0.45



0.94 3.15

0.49





















3.15

3.00

0.30 0.60

 0.12

0.30

0.30

0.60

0.60

0.30

1.39

0.45



0.60

0.30

0.30

0.60

0.30

0.60

3.15

0.30

2.70

0.30

0.60

0.60

0.60

0.60

0.45



0.45





  

 0.30

0.60

 0.45

0.30

0.60

1.50 0.60

0.30



0.60

 0.60

0.30

0.30

0.30

1.50

0.60





0.45

 0

500 MM

1M

3M

5M

 0.30 0.60



0.60

3.15

1.39



0.30 0.60

0.12

0.83



3.00



0.60

0.90



1.39

0.60





0.30








 

  



  







 











 





 











 



  













  



















 0

500 MM

1M

3M

5M












  

 

  



  









 





 















 













   







 

 



















 











   









 

  



 













 

 















  

  

 











 

         

          









 





 

























 



















 





 







 























 









 



0

500 MM

1M





 





 









3M

5M














 



 







 











 









 









• 

 

• 

 

• 

 

• 

 



• 

• 

•   







• 

 





• 

 



• 

 



  

• 

• 

• 

•  











  



 



  

 













0

1M

3M

5M

10M


0

1M

3M

5M

10M


 

 

 







 











 









 

 

 

 









 

 

• 



• 

  

• 

 





 



• 



 

 

 







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Rehabilitation center for children with special need

Over View of Master Plan

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Lav shah - 1386

Anant Institute Of Architecture

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Rehabilitation center for children with special need

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Rehabilitation center for children with special need

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SCHOOL FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN COURTYARD VIEWS

Lav shah - 1386

Anant Institute Of Architecture

REHABILITATION CENTER FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEED  

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