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Women Health Screening Camp

Health screening for women against a disease are very much needed to the society. As we know that “prevention is better than cure” nearly 30% of the women are suffering from diseases such as anemia, vitamin deficiencies, protein shortage etc., special camps were conducted for these women. They were taught with good hygienic, cleanliness etc., Taking this in account SAJAR HEALTH EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE TRUST conducted Women health screening camp on 18.04.17 .

SAJAR HEALTH EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE TRUST has conducted women health screening camp in Ammapatty village. Following screening processes held awareness given on following topics among these women.

Blood Pressure Screening:

Have women blood pressure checked every 3 to 5 years. If the top number (systolic number) in between 120 to 139, or the bottom number (diastolic number) is between 80 to 89 mm Hg, women should have it checked every year. If the top number is greater than 140 or the bottom number is greater than 90, schedule an appointment with the provider. If they have diabetes, heart disease, kidney problems, or certain other conditions, they may need to have your blood pressure checked more often, at least once a year. Watch for blood pressure screenings in your area.

CHOLESTEROL SCREENING:

Recommended starting age for cholesterol screening are in-between 20 to 45 for women. Women with normal cholesterol levels do not need to have the test repeated for 5 years. Repeat testing sooner than needed if changes occur in lifestyle (including weight gain and diet). If you have diabetes, heart disease, kidney problems, or certain other conditions, you may need to be monitored more closely.

DIABETES SCREENING:

If their blood pressure is above 135/80 mm Hg, your provider will test your blood sugar level for diabetes. If they have a body mass index (BMI) greater than 25 and have other risk factors for diabetes, they should be screened .Having a BMI over 25 means that you are overweight. Asian Americans should be screened if their BMI is greater than 23.

BREAST SELF-EXAM AND MAMMOGRAM:

Women may do a monthly breast self-exam. However, experts do not agree about the benefits of breast self-exams in finding breast cancer or saving lives. Talk to your provider about what is best for you. Screening mammogram is not recommended for most women under age 40. If you have a mother or sister who had breast cancer at a young age, consider yearly mammograms. They should begin earlier than the age at which their youngest family member was diagnosed. If they have other risk factors for breast cancer, your provider may recommend a mammogram, breast ultrasound, or MRI scan. Contact your provider right away if you notice a change in your breasts, whether or not you do breast self-exams.If you are between ages 20 to 40, your provider may do a clinical breast exam.

PELVIC EXAM AND PAP SMEAR:

Beginning at age 21, women should have a pelvic exam and Pap smear every 3 years to check for cervical cancer. If they are over age 30 and your Pap smear and HPV test are normal, you only need a Pap smear every 5 years. If they have had your uterus and cervix removed (total hysterectomy) and you have not been diagnosed with cervical cancer you may not need to have Pap smears. Women who are sexually active should be screened for Chlamydia and gonorrhea

FAMILY TRAINING CENTRE

Helping people overcome addictions, fears, emotional and physical trauma, personal issues and other problems is truly rewarding.

Sajar Health Educational and Charitable Trust believes the family, in its many and varied forms, is the fundamental unit of our society. Counsellors are committed to promoting individual, partner, parental and family well being. This support leads to healthy relationships and strong communities.

Counseling Centre was started last year Counsellors was appointed, Consultation was weekly 3days (Monday to Saturday) and services at free of cost. A separate ledger is maintained for the list of counseling given on weekly pre basis. Name, Address, Issues of person receiving counseling along with their signature are maintained.

This program provides affordable counselling for individuals, families and couples under stress. Healthy communication and interaction are fundamental to promoting skills in managing stress, resolving conflicts, dealing with anger, and managing anxiety, depression andloneliness. Prioritization given according to needs & Emergencies.

Our experienced counsellors are trained to help:
  • Board exam students counselling
  • Individuals with relationship concerns; stress; anger; self esteem; grief; loneliness; life transitions.
  • Parents with step parenting; parenting teens; communicating with your kids.
  • Couples with conflict; empty nesting; blended families; work and home balance; communication.
  • Families with resolving conflict; dealing with stress; breakdown in communication.
  • Our Family Counsellors offer Group Sessions such as:
  • Parenting Teens
  • Assertiveness Skills
  • Dealing with Loss
  • Coping with cancers
  • End stage disease betterment

Legal Awareness Programme

On: 07.06.2015 our Sajar Health Educational and Charitable Trust conducted the Legal Awareness programme for women. By 10.30am the camp started Mr.Prabhu leading advocate is the chief speaker. He addressed the female crowd the following legal matters. Another educator named Miss. SathiyaBama, a law student also helped in explaining various legal aspects of women to protect and empower women and camp closed by 4pm with break of 2hours for lunch.

This programme helps the student to came over their struggle of paying the school fees and good education and training was given by the sajar trust for every year.

Introduction/Overview of Legal Awareness for Women

The meaning of law, various social security legislations, free legal aid to the poor, Indian Evidence Act, various modes of dispute settlement mechanisms i.e. Lok Adalats, Family Courts, Mahila Courts, Crime Against Women Cells, NCW, NHRC, State Commissions etc.

Women and the Constitution:

Apart from others, explanation laided on ‘Fundamental Rights, Constitutional Remedies (Writs), Electoral Law, Voting Rights for Women, participation in Panchayats, etc

Women & Family Laws:

Marriage Law, Separation, Divorce, Maintenance, Adoption, Family Laws, Right to Property and Succession, Guardianship, unmarried mother and the legitimacy of her children.

Women in Custody:

Arrest, grounds of arrest, kinds of offences (bailable and non-bailable), arrest warrant, powers of police, rights of arrested persons including the right to bail, the immediate procedure to be adopted in case of violation of rights available etc. all are discussed with the help of advocate named Mr.Prabhu in a more practical manner.

Criminal Law and Women:

Offences of dowry, rape, molestation, child rape and child abuse etc. Some recently decided cases discussed in detail.

Procedure in Action:

Procedure for seeking redressal to be explained alongwith visits to Police Station, Courts, Lok Adalats, field studies etc.

Rights under different laws:

Rights at work place Equal Remuneration / Minimum Wages Act / Rights under Factories Act, Maternity Benefit Act, Mines and Plantation Act, Rules of work - in such specific areas, Sexual harassment at work place.

Reproductive Health Rights - Foeticide, Infanticide, Preconception and Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act 1994, The Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act.

All these legal awareness were given in detail in understanding language.

Child Awareness Programme

Childhood lead poisoning is the most common environmental illness in every children. Even small amounts of lead can build up in the body and cause lifelong learning and behavior problems. A blood test is the only way to find out if your child has lead poisoning, as there are no symptoms. Most common sources of lead poisoning are contaminated dust, paint and soil getting in a child’s mouth and nose. Lead is also often found in imported consumer products including children’s metal jewelry, toys, canned food, home remedies, cosmetics, pottery, and candy.