On August 6th 2001, 25 mentally ill people were burnt alive in a fire at a home in Erawadi, Tamil Nadu. They could not escape as they were chained to their beds. This tragedy shocked the nation and there was worldwide condemnation on this gross violation of human care.
On August 6th 2010, we commemorate the victims of this tragedy. We keep the memory of their charred bodies alive in the hope that the world remembers that mental illness does not mean degradation, isolation, and death of the human spirit.
They did not die in vain.
On International Day of families, Aasha being an organisation formed by families of people with mental illness decided to celebrate the im...
Tanya Dutt sharing experiences with care givers in Surat, Gujarat about forming of Self Support groups for care givers in Surat as part of...
Mr. Manuel is one of the founding members and Treasurer of AASHA. Here he talks about his journey over 43 years as a care giver to son.I COULD NOT WEATHER THE STORMS THAT INHABIT MY SON'S MIND June 18, 2017 Mr Manuel, 82 shares the journey of his son...
Learn about Schizophrenia, symptoms, rehabilitation and fighting stigma. Ratna Chibber speaks about empowering people mental illness through employment.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAUwamE0rxA