We have compiled a set of Six Training Modules focussing on Problems of Deafness and Educational Techniques useful for teaching Children With Hearing Impairment (CWHI).

The Educational Material of this kind is vital for empowering Parents, Teachers of Regular Schools, Special Educators, and Community Workers who deal with the identification and education of hearing-impaired children.

Sensory Perception plays a vital role in gaining knowledge about the world around us. Impairment of any senses creates learning barriers for a child. Children with Hearing Impairment mostly miss the vital phase of Language Acquirement (0-2yrs), as Deafness is not an easily recognisable loss. Bereft of Communication and Linguistic skills, ‘Learning’ becomes an uphill task.

Early Intervention-Parent Infant Programme (0-3 years)

The Early Intervention begins soon after a baby has been diagnosed with hearing loss. To provide services for families of hearing-impaired infants, the Parent-Infant Program (PIP) was established. Enthusiasm for PIP emerged from the concept that children advance to the best of their abilities when their emerging speech, language and

Life Skills

Life skills refer to a large group of psychosocial and interpersonal skills that promote mental wellbeing and that leads to a healthy and productive life. The life Skills workshops have parents and children participating together where demonstrations and participatory approach are the keys to take forward the topics to ensure