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As many as 54 children will graduate from the pre-school attached to All-India Institute of Speech and Hearing (AIISH) during the annual graduation ceremony at its campus on Friday 27th April, 2012. About 89% students will get into the mainstream, while 11% of them with communication disorders will seek admissions in special schools. The department of special education's aim is to provide qualitative educational services to children with special needs.
The department offers special educational services to children with communication disorders, offers guidance and counselling to caregivers, disseminates information and resources to other professionals and empowers caregivers. The main purpose of pre-school training centre is to promote inclusion of children with communication disorders. The centre provides early intervention services for children with communication disorders such as hearing impairment, mental retardation, autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy and delayed development. Pre-school training is offered in essential areas like self-help, cognitive, motor, social skills with special emphasis on speech and language development in order to prepare children with communication disorders. DDPI D.K. Basavaraja will be chief guest at the graduation ceremony. Education officer R. Narasimaiah will also participate, according to AIISH PRO A. R. Keerthi.
Courtesy: Times of India
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