Tuesday and Thursday the physiotherapists and social workers go to homes to visit families and see how they are getting on in their home setting. This is an important task as many families can't afford to get to the Amani Centre for physiotherapy three times a week .
The Amani Centre staff takes time to visit different part of the nearby rural areas of Morogoro, where they meet with both government and tribal leaders. The staff meets with the leaders in order to seek permission to conduct outreach programs in their areas. The Amani staff talks with the parents of the mentally and physically challenged children. 3-4 staff members spend 1 to 2 days observing how the Amani Centre can help both parent and child.