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  • 1. Social Project on Sense International (India) Prepared by: Parakhiya Vasant
  • 2. Flow ………
    • Introduction
    • Objectives
    • Research methodology
    • Findings
    • Suggestions
    • Video
    • Bibliography
  • 3. Introduction
    • The first national non governmental organization in India for deafblind
    • Established in 1997
    • Akhil Paul, Director, till date
    • Offer a range of services and activities to address deafblindness throughout India and to support the partner organizations
    • Work with 37 partners in 19 states providing services to more than 8000 deafblind people
    • More than 425,000 deafblind children in India
    • Vision : A world in which all deafblind children and adults can be full and active members of society.
    • Operated in more than 20 countries
    • Helpline number- 1800 233 7913
  • 4. Objectives
    • To find the problems faced by deafblind
    • To know how Sense help deafblind to overcome problems
    • To know the hurdles faced by Sense
  • 5. Research methodology
    • Exploratory research
    • 30 days
    • Sample size: 5 employee
    • Personal & telephonic interview
  • 6. Problems faced by deafblind
    • Individual
    • Depending on others
    • Finding social, living, and employment situations
    • Cant show talents, needs
    • Attitudinal Barriers that complicate their interactions
    • Family
    • Getting a diagnosis
    • Family life with a deafblind child
    • Finding suitable education
    • Getting a specialist, integrated service
  • 7. How Sense help deafblind
    • Specialist education for children
    • Community Based Projects
    • Vocational training for adults
    • Teacher training
    • Professionals and Networks
  • 8. Hurdles faced by Sense
    • Limited staff with appropriate knowledge and training
    • Lack of alternatives to employment for deafblind
    • No national or state policies for deafblind
    • No funded individual, group, or systemic advocacy services
    • No recognition of the communication needs
  • 9. Findings
    • Trained staff
    • Employment
    • Government and community agencies
    • No parity
    • One on one support
    • Unequal access
  • 10. Continue …..
    • Technology and maintenance
    • Legal recognition
    • Rural areas - Lack of knowledge
    • Research activities
    • Family needs a break - Regular activities
  • 11. Suggestions
    • Approach blind schools
    • Tie ups with institutes like IIMs
    • Search for special employment areas
    • Locate deafblind people and make groups
    • Strive for their recognition
  • 12. Continue ……
    • Invest in R&D
    • Encourage community services
    • Transportation guidance
    • International collaborations
    • Awareness in rural areas
    • Special incentives for families of deafblind
  • 13. Video
  • 14. Bibliography
    • www.senseintindia.org
    • Broachers of Sense International (India)
    • Business Research Methods by Cooper & Schindler
  • 15. Questions
  • 16. THANK YOU