Ms. Shweta Solanki has been working with the Anchal Charitable Trust for the past 18 years and is currently the Project In-charge for the Trust. She is among the leading physiotherapists – occupational therapists in NCR Delhi.
She brings with her experience that is enriched and well informed/updated in regard to current developments in physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and problems relating to accidents and aging.
Ms. Shweta Solanki is the Senior Physiotherapist & Occupational Therapist in charge at the Anchal Centre for challenged children which provides physiotherapy, occupational therapy, education, and skill training to these children. The school is like a home away from home for these challenged children where they can come and play as best as they can associate with other children on an equal basis, and also learn in the process.
The Anchal School accommodates around 250 children while the Anchal home-based services cover over 5000 families which would mean a population of around 30000 people who are living with and need to understand the lives of the challenged.
Ms. Shweta Solanki has been working extensively with children and adults with disabilities extending the Anchal reach to home-based services for the maximum benefit to these challenged individuals.
Her 18 professional years have been considerably enriched by her continuous association and working with Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust and their work with challenged children.
Ms. Solanki has also had a very enriching association with the Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) and Handicap International in Delhi and Bangalore.
She has been engaged extensively in the designing and creation of prosthetics, aids, and appliances for improved mobility of the challenged at home or in the streets accessing infrastructure facilities meant for them.
Ms. Solanki has organized and conducted a number of sessions on disability Rights, Entitlements, and rehabilitation of persons with disabilities. She is also involved in advocacy and lobbying with local government legislators, bureaucrats, and field staff besides other development organizations for inclusion of the challenged in development programs.