Through these training, the Anganwadi and Asha workers are sensitised on the issue of childhood deafness and learn how to identify deaf children in the community, techniques on counselling parents and if they find any Hearing impaired child where to refer and guide them for intervention.

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

Teach for the Deaf

Bringing knowledge and experience among the regular citizens on ‘Childhood Deafness’. The idea is to create a movement of leaders that collectively help solve the problem of inequalities in access to communication and language for deaf children and give an integrated and holistic view of meaningful engagement for deaf kids.