Center for the help and assistance for the people with disabilities "A good world for everyone"
Autonomous non-profit organization
(Shigabutdin Marjani street, house 20)
Autonomous non-profit organization "Center for the help and assistance for the people with disabilities "A good world for everyone" began its history in 2019. Currently, it is located in the Republic of Tatarstan, in the complex of the Al-Marjani Cathedral Mosque, at the address: Kazan, Shigabutdin Marjani Street, 20 (Vakhitovsky District).
One of the main areas of work of the ANO "Center for the help and assistance for the people with disabilities "A good world for everyone" is the social rehabilitation of people with hearing and vision disabilities (deaf and deaf-blind), people with limited mobility, orphans and for the implementation of the provisions of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities:

- "... empowering disabled people with the opportunity to develop and use their creative, artistic and intellectual potential - not only for their own benefit, but also for the sake of the spiritual enrichment of the whole society";

- development of equal participation of people with disabilities in the cultural life of the country;


- formation of new approaches to the socio-cultural benefit of people with disabilities;

- their professional self-realization in modern conditions;
- teaching creative professions and opening up opportunities for their successful socialization in a special labor market;
- creation of jobs, employment of people with disabilities and people with limited mobility.
All major social work is carried out in the complex of the Al-Marjani Cathedral Mosque: https://halal-digital.com/marjani

After the course of social rehabilitation - restoration (formation) of independent skills, development of the abilities of the deaf-blind to social adaptation, computer training, identification of means of the deaf-blind, reading and writing using flat print and Braille, communication in sign language, work skills, self-service and housekeeping , cleaning and sanitation of the premises.
After the course of social rehabilitation - restoration (formation) of independent skills, development of the abilities of the deaf-blind to social adaptation, computer training, identification of means of the deaf-blind, reading and writing using flat print and Braille, communication in sign language, work skills, self-service and housekeeping , cleaning and sanitation of the premises.

Another important area of work of the Good World for All Center is vocational rehabilitation, which includes career guidance and vocational training. The objective of the vocational training course is the professional training of deaf and deaf-blind professionals who are able to realize themselves professionally. In 2021, we received a grant from the Presidential Grants Fund of the Russian Federation for training and employment of the deaf in territory cleaning.

An important component of the rehabilitation process is socio-cultural rehabilitation. It is carried out after school hours by holding various cultural and leisure activities, the main goals of which are the actualization of personal potential, the disclosure of creative abilities, and the expansion of opportunities for the integration of hearing impaired people (deaf and deaf-blind) into the socio-cultural life of society. We go on excursions to the sights of the Republic of Tatarstan, museums and mosques. We try to organize trips to other cities of the Republic of Tatarstan.
The "A good world for eweryone" Center employs highly qualified specialists with extensive experience in working with the visually and hearing impaired (deaf and deaf-blind), teachers of the deaf.

The results of the work of the Center "A good world for eweryone" are the restoration of the state of disability, the tendency to social adaptation, to independence, creative self-realization, the training of competitive specialists striving for professional improvement, асtive life orientation and responsibility in choosing your professional path.

In addition to the developing process, various types of psychological assistance are provided. In their free time, students attend clubs where they learn needlework, go on excursions, to museums, art attractions, art values in amateur performances, concerts, exhibitions.

More than 450 people with hearing and vision impairments (deaf and deaf-blind), people with limited mobility and the disabled are assisted every month. On an ongoing basis, charity dinners are held for: hearing-impaired (deaf and deaf-blind), people with limited mobility from the House of Veterans, deaf students of the Kazan Aviation Institute who came from other regions, people who find themselves in a difficult life situation.
Particular attention in our Center "Good World for All" is given to the visually and hearing impaired (deaf-blind).

Man - is a social being, his life and development are impossible without communication and interaction with other people. But what if a person is deprived of hearing and vision, suffers from persistent impairments in the auditory and visual perception of the world around him, and, in this regard, loses the opportunity to become a full participant in public life and full communication with people around him?

One of the main problems of the deaf-blind is their social isolation, disconnection from everyday communication with other people, information support, caused by a sharp limitation in the ability to use literature and the media. The causes of this phenomenon in all cases of deaf-blindness are not of the same type.
More often, deaf-blind people who have congenital deafness or hearing lost in childhood come to our Center. Deaf-blind people either do not see at all, or have such a severe visual impairment that they cannot communicate in Russian Sign Language.

Deafblind people are very different. Some perceive only gestural speech (the hands of the listener are superimposed on the hands of the speaker), someone only perceives fingerprinting (ordinary and LORM), and someone needs to write in block letters on the palm of their hand (dermography). Braille is also used to communicate with the deaf and blind.

It is very difficult for a deaf-blind person to do many things on his own: he needs a special translation, accompaniment. Accordingly, a separate service of interpreters and escorts is required specifically for deaf-blind people.

"Deafblind people have the right to a satisfactory standard of living and the right to work commensurate with their abilities and capabilities, and the right to engage in other meaningful activities, for which they must be provided with opportunities in the field of education and training," is Article 4 of the Declaration of the Rights of the Deafblind, adopted on September 16, 1977
The autonomous non-profit organization сenter for the help and assistance for the people with disabilities "A good world for everyone" was created to create a network of social support services for people with hearing and vision impairments, as well as their families. More than 450 people a month receive assistance from the organization on an ongoing basis.
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Basically, people with Usher syndrome who are "legally blind" apply to our Good World for All Center. According to researchers, 6-11% of people with sensorineural deafness suffer from a serious genetic disease - Usher's syndrome. 50% of all deaf-blind people are those who have lost their sight due to the consequences of Usher's syndrome, a hereditary disease characterized by hearing loss and progressive loss of vision (narrowing of the visual field, impaired adaptation to changes in light and shadow, pigmentary dystrophy of the retina) and impaired sense balance. Most people with Usher syndrome are born with severe hearing loss. One of the symptoms of visual impairment in Usher syndrome is night blindness. Later, there is a gradual loss of lateral vision to the so-called "tunnel". Some patients become completely blind in old age.

Such people need psychological help in adapting to new conditions.

Our team
Kusaymanova Liria Harisovna
Director
Halitov Ilvir Ilyasovich
Member of the Board of ANO "A good world for everyone", Executive Director
Yumagulov Agedam Agzamovich
Sign language interpreter, Head of the project for the rehabilitation and socialization of the deaf and deafblind
Gaifullin Marcel Zavgatovich
Teacher for teaching the blind and visually impaired to read and write in Braille (Russian, Tatar, Arabic)
Valiullina Diana Ildarovna
English teacher
Bugrova Svetlana Alekseevna
Cook, volunteer
Sirotkina Daria Alekseevna
Educational psychologist
Muhametova Alfira Akhmat-Gatovna
Sewing teacher and methodologist
Zamaliev Ramil Rafkatovich
Head of the Disabled Feeding Project
Center for the help and assistance to the people with limited health capabilities "A good world for eweryone"
Autonomous non-profit organization
Mailing address: 420100, Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan, st. Shigabutdin Marjani, 2 20
Legal address: Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan, st. Korolenko 103
Director: Kusaymanova Liria Kharisovna (acts on the basis of the Charter)
Phone: +7 999 157 57 79
Executive Director: Khalitov Ilvir Ilyasovich
Phone: +7 987 180 71 48

E-mail: dobryimirdlyavseh@mail.ru
Website: dobryimir.rdinfo.ru

TIN/KPP: 1657255455/165701001
OGRN: 1191690059770
Sberbank card: 5469 0500 1274 6556
Bank account: 40703810362000003084
BIC: 049205603 in PJSC Sberbank additional office no. 8610/0100
Correspondent account: 30101810600000000603
Сheckpoint: 165502001
OKPO: 09183507

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