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BAL VIKAS KENDRA


The program is constructed to bring them in to hearing &, speaking world & to enable them to get education in normal school with normal child. Parent’s encouragment also done by involving them in day to day the activity.This only center in this region given the fact that, government support is almost none.

In addition to that, for late joining hearing impaired kids on the demand& support of their parents, un-aided special primary school (oral _aural) non-residential is started from 2012 with due permission of commissioner of persons with disability of govt. Of Maharashtra.  

In view of the government’s commitment to achieve ‘education for all’ by the year 2010, it is imperative that the deaf children are enabled to develop necessary basic language and other academic skills to cope with the demands of inclusive education as well as special education. At the Balvikas Kendra (center) for the hearing impaired, the oral-aural method of communication is followed to train the children. They listen, learn and talk. This means that parents and other family members can play a leading role in teaching children with hearing impairment. They can help in bringing up their children in a way that their all round development can be ensured. The basis of this overall development is language development and speech.


Parents can help their hearing impaired children in learning by providing them

with a favorable social environment at home. Conscious efforts from parents of

deaf children can go an extra mile in securing the future of the children.

OUR PROGRAMS


WHAT WE DO


Survey of hearing handicapped ,social awareness, parent counseling & training ,speech, hearing & language training of hearing impaired of early age (below 5 years), pre- primary education (oral-aural), parents counseling and guidance and training, workshops & seminar for parents empowerment.

As all the facilities are available at metro cities only .but the h i children from villages, urban, semi -urban area of western Maharashtra remain mute due to lack of facility.