Vision-Aid Establishes National Resource Center in Delhi
Vision-Aid is thrilled to annonce the establishment of Vision-Aid National Resource Center in Delhi. This was made possible by Boston Natives Ram and Meetu Gupta. This resource center will be fully functional by January 2020. The resource center will serve the visually impaired population of Delhi and surrounding area. The center will provide a comprehensive range of services and devices for the visually impaired and will aim to enable, educate and empower the visually impaired in the area.
The center will work in partnership with Shroff Charity Eye Hospitals in Delhi, one of India’s leading eye care providers, and other organizations in Delhi as well as leaders in the field like Perkins School of Boston.
Ram and Meetu Gupta of Carlisle, MA dedicated this new resource center to the memory of Ram Gupta’s late father Shri Lachhman Das Gupta, who passed away on October 10, 2019.Shri Lachhman Das Gupta was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa, when he started losing his eyesight at the age of 30, and was nearly blind by the age of 50. He was blind most of his life yet he had a strong sense of social responsibility, empathy for others, and a deep sense of understanding for people around him. He was 90 years old when he died but continued to serve people till the end of his days. Continuing the tradition of service and social responsibility, Ram and Meetu Gupta have stepped up to help in the establishment of the resource center at Delhi.
For more details please see the India New England article.