ASWO is associated and patronises around 40 differently abled men and women by providing skill training such as computer, tailoring and embroidery and encourages them for income generation and enhance their livelihood in terms of economic freedom. ASWO in collaboration with JC Welfare of disabled join hands to provide self-employment to Mrs. Shanthi by helping her to start a petty shop in her locality, thereby encouraging her to be economically independent. This programme also takes care of paying the school fees for the one whole academic year for some of the children of the differently abled through some of the benefactors and individual donors.
Once in every three months Nutrition Food is distributed to PLHAs, the food hampers contain 5 kg rice, dal, channa, dates, biscuits etc., these food hampers are given to improve their health condition, around 170 PLHAs benefit from this programme this year. This programme aims at educating the PLHAs on their health issues and to drive stigma and discrimination and provide care and support to them and to their family and children, school fees, note books and uniforms are also take care of for the children of the PLHAs. Awareness on ART is given to them. In addition to this, skill training such as tailoring and embroidery is also provided for them to serve as an Income generation from their doorstep.