Pre-School To Empower Deaf Kids
PADC adopts a unique Aural/Oral teaching methodology to enable the deaf children hear and speak well.
Sravanam Jnana Sadhanam
Intervention for the deaf
Established as a pre-school, PADC offers early intervention to deaf kids below 7 years.
Guidance for parents
PADC equips the parents of deaf children with tools required for all-round development of their kids.
With a unique teaching methodology, PADC helps the deaf kids interact and develop with their peers.
Deafness is so much more than the inability to hear sounds. The disability leads to a dramatic hindrance in language development and prevents the kids from having an all-round development. If early intervention is not provided with the objective of integrating the deaf children into mainstream education, the child’s development will be hindered significantly. At PADC, we seek to empower the deaf children with language and hearing skills.
Learn By Doing
The very training exercise is conducted on the concept being that “Mother is the first and best teacher.” Mothers are invariably required to attend the training along with the child and teach their children with the various activities laid out in the training methodology under the guidance of experienced instructors. With regular interaction, they evolve into the ideal caretakers to support their children throughout life.
PADC’s Mission & Vision
The sense of hearing develops reasoning and comprehension to help humans communicate with others. But imagine when you can see the beautiful world with an eerie silence… It disconnects you from the world in a deafening silence! At Parents Association of Deaf Children (Regd), Mysore (PADC), we have dedicated ourselves to ending the misery that deaf children face, and to bring the ‘joy of sound’ to them. Miracles start to happen when you give as much energy to your dreams as you do to your fears. We envision a world where the deaf children can interact in the mainstream world with complete confidence.
” Blindness separates people from things; deafness separates people from people.
When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.
Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.“
– Helen Keller
Facilities and Organizations
With inputs from professionals, and adequate representation of parents, we always strive to make the education for deaf children the best in the country.
Activities in School
We organise field trips and various interactive classes to help deaf children learn language faster. We promote artistic talents by regularly encouraging children to exporess.
We seek to uphold the highest academical standards by including strict evaluation and segmentation for optimum learning.
We celebrate all festivals and organise various fancy dress parades to entertain and educate the children about our history and the beautiful traditions.
Technology In the Classroom
In the 21st century, we have implemented technology to accelerate the pace of learning and give children exposure to the vast world through digital learning with an instructor.
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