Educate a poor hearing impaired child by Ashray Akruti

Educate a poor hearing impaired child

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Every monthly donation helps to educate hearing-impaired children like Revathy

Revathi did not show signs of speech as a child. Her illiterate parents ignored till she was six. When they finally took her to the Government Hospital, she was confirmed to be hearing impaired.

Being daily wage earners with no stable source of income, her parents were devastated and worried about her future. They did not have the means to support her needs. They were then referred to Ashray Akruti and approached the school for admission, where she was enrolled in 2015.

With Ashray Akruti taking care of her education and speech therapy, Revathi's parents are grateful for the support. Being physically challenged as well as poor is a double curse, but with a little help the children can be trained to be self reliant.

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Special Education
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Program Description

Ashray Akruti provides education to hearing-impaired children in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Beneficiaries are mostly identified through medical camps and referrals from doctors. With a team of qualified staff to cater to their special needs, these students are taught by the oral-aural method which combines speech, use of residual hearing and speech reading.

Children are trained to use hearing and develop expressive speech. The regular syllabus is followed in the classrooms along with speech therapy and auditory training. Around 60 children from low-income families who cannot afford the special education stay in the residential home. The residential home provides them with safe accommodation, food, care, and guidance.

Donations made to this program support the hearing aid maintenance, staff salaries, rent, and administration cost of the home.When you donate to the program, you will help in educating a poor differently-abled child whose journey you can follow.

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About The NGO

Ashray Akruti
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Ashray Akruti

"When the winds of change blow, few build walls and others build windmills"- This saying aptly defines Ashray Akruti's birth. The founder Mr. Babu drew his inspiration from a hearing-impaired family member and with a vision to provide a life of dignity to people with disability, he established Ashray Akruti in 1996.

A special educator himself, Mr. Babu is trained to deal with the hearing-impaired. Statistics say that 2 in 1000 children born in India are deaf and 6 in 1000 children born in Andhra Pradesh /Telangana are born deaf. Recognizing this need, a special school for children with hearing loss was started with five children. With his unfaltering dedication and commitment to serve these children in need; what started with 5 children now caters to the Educational and Vocational needs of about 550 children and youth with a disability.

From providing special education, the organization has now diversified into other areas in health, education and vocational training to address the needs of people with disability.

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founders
Founded in 1991
NGO Leadership

DPK Babu

areas of operation
Area of Operation
Area of Operation

Hearing impaired | differently abled

location of work
Location of Work
Location of Work

Telangana

Ashray Akruti has

provided speech and auditory training to 900 differently-abled students

awards
Awards And Recognitions
Awards And Recognitions

2016: Spirit of Humanity Award

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Last Audited
Last Audited by GiveIndia

December 2018

reporting
Verification Visit Reports
Verification Visit Reports

Verification Report 1

Verification Report 2

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Program Updates

22 July, 2019

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Program Update

The organization has been following several unique techniques in imparting special education to the hearing impaired children, the main feature being that the children are encouraged to speak. The focus is to enhance the residual hearing power of the children thus encouraging the children to speak rather than rely on sign language for communication. The institution encourages participation of the mothers in effective development of their children. All the staff members are well equipped to train hearing impaired children. Children are given special training in auditory and verbal skills and also academic training as per Andhra Pradesh State Syllabus. The institution steadfastly maintains a low teacher-student ratio, which enables every child to get the individual attention.

A number of activities were carried out in the last quarter - Ashray Akruti observes World Hearing Day 2019 Ashray Akruti observed World Hearing Day on 3rd March at Tourism Plaza, Begumpet, Hyderabad. Lt. Gen. S.M. Mehta (Retd.) AVSM, SM, VSM, Chief Executive Officer, The Hans Foundation was the Chief Guest on the occasion along with several other guests attended the event. The audience was charmed by the lively performances of the children who have undergone Cochlear Implant Surgery. The children also recited rhymes much to the delight of the audience. The parents shared their experiences of how their lives have been transformed after the Cochlear Implant surgery.

Ashray Akruti students express themselves through Art As a part of celebrations of the ‘World Hearing Day’, Ashray Akruti organized ‘Voiced Colors – Edition IV Art exhibition’ at Shrishti Art gallery, Road number 15, Jubilee Hills on 1st March. An array of more than 90 paintings done by 29 students of Ashray Akruti were on display. The beautiful strokes on the canvas with colors spoke immensely of the enormous artistic talent and potential of these students. A huge thanks to our Art Teachers Mr. Ramakrishna ,Ms. Tanuja, and Mr. Ajay who mentored and brought out the best out of the students.

We are delighted to share - It is a very proud moment for Ashray Akruti. Two students from the Multimedia and Computer Animation Training Centre, Mr. J. Tushar and Mr. K. Chandeesh have been hired by MAX and Flipkart respectively. Tushar and Chandeesh hail from very modest families and successfully completed the four month course in Multimedia and Computer Animation at Ashray Akruti.

Congratulations! We wish them all the best for new assignment and a great future ahead.

Ashray Akruti celebrates Republic Day 70th Republic day celebrated by Ashray Akruti at its Srinagar Colony premises. Students from all the centres of Ashray Akruti centers participated in the programme with Mrs. Aruna Bahuguna, Rtd IPS officer as the chief guest. Students put up a dance performance, a skit and a fancy dress show, leaving the audience thrilled with their performance. Speaking on the occasion Ms. Aruna Bahuguna appreciated the performance of the students, congratulated the teachers for nurturing their talents, and wished the students a bright future.

Women’s Day celebrations at Wipro Ashray Akruti students participated in the Women’s day celebrations at Wipro campus in Hyderabad. They charmed the employees with their dance. They also performed National Anthem in sign language. The different meanings of the words were brought to life through signs , and the zeal and arrogance on their faces made it a delightful experience for one and all.

Thank you Sponsors for bringing sound into their silent world.

Voter Awareness Walk for persons with Disability 30 students of the Ashray Akruti Multimedia and Animation centre participated in the voter awareness walk for persons with disability organized by the Chief Electoral Officer of Hyderabad at People Plaza, Necklace Road. Approximately one thousands persons with disabilities, and PwD activists participated in this walk. This was an event to create awareness on the importance of voting among Persons with Disabilities (PwDs).

Volunteering - Volunteering from various organization including FedEx, PwC, DRS Internations School, JP Morgan, CGI Information Systems and Management etc. visited and volunteered with us at different occasions. The volunteers interacted with the children, and spent time painting on the pebbles and having fun along with them. The team also played a cricket match and kabbadi with the boys on the school ground. They also distributed play material, hygiene and stationary kits to the children. They conducted sports competitions for the kids. The winners were given medals by the PwC team on the occasion of Republic day celebrations at Ashray Akruti. Volunteers from Cognizant came forward to fulfil the wish list of students and distributed the items the students had wished for. HSBC volunteers also had an Origami session with the children.

Story from the field

Sai Praneeth hails from a very poor family in Hyderabad. His father works as a salesperson with an automobile company while his mother is a homemaker. The family income is barely enough to feed the family. It came as a big shock to his parents when they realized that their child was hearing impaired. With no proper guidance and no access to facilities for a child with hearing loss, the parents felt helpless. They wanted him to have a normal childhood and wanted him to go to school. They enrolled him in a school nearby. He made no progress and could not get along with the other hearing children. Some of their well-wishers advised them to train him in special skills. Without further delay, they started exploring for schools that could train him and came across Ashray Akruti. They enquired about the school and the services offered by the organization for the hearing impaired. They approached the school for admission and enrolled him here in January 2013.

Current Status: Sai Praneeth is studying in Grade IV at Ashray Akruti. He is being helped with speech therapy and auditory training, which helped him to improve in his listening and speech skills. The special educators are helping him with academics. He shows good interest in studies especially English. He also responds well to the questions asked by the teachers in the classroom. His parents are very happy with his progress at Ashray Akruti.The special educators here help him to lip-read, speak and listen. Interests and Hobbies: Sai Praneeth is a very active child. He enjoys playing games, drawing and craftwork. His favourite subject is Computer.

What is the expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19?36
What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date36
Village/City/State where project is locatedHyderabad
Total Budget for the project for FY18-192297315
Total Expenses for the project YTD2297315

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