Helen Keller Institute for the Deaf Deaf Blind

 
Helen Keller Institute for the Deaf Deaf Blind
City Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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    The Institute has helped educate and train 32 deafblind children and 130 deaf children, since its inception in July 1977. At present, the Institute has 25 deafblind and 64 deaf children on its roll. The institute is now recognised nationally and internationally and is aided by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, New Delhi and Women, Child and Handicapped Development Office, Maharashtra State. It has two separate schools - one for deaf, another for deafblind children, and a special residential unit for deafblind children residing outside Mumbai.The deaf and deafblind schools are housed in two separate wings of a Municipal School building where we have no possibilities of acquiring more space for expanding our Educational and Co-curricular activities - Our corridors are gymnasiums, we share a play ground with hyundreds of Municipal School children. WE JUST CANNOT EXPAND ON THESE PREMISES.
    The Helen Keller Institute in Mumbai was established in 1977 as the first organisation in India to develop education programmes for deafblind children. It focuses on developing the skills of deafblind children and young adults and supporting their integration into society. The institute has a special residential school for deafblind children, with students from different parts of the country.

    The organisation is one of the first to have partnered with Sense International (India) in implementing a special programme for deafblind young adults.

    Helen Keller Institute for the Deaf and Deafblind – Teacher Training Course

    Teacher Training Programme
    It has been recognized by Sense International (India) and all its project partners that with the increasing number of programmes in India, there must be enough qualified staff and teachers working in these programmes. Accordingly a comprehensive curriculum for teacher training was created with the help of professionals, practitioners and partner organisations

    The Helen Keller Institute for the Deaf and Deafblind is running the first Teacher Training Course in Mumbai with support from Sense International (India).
    and was approved by the Rehabilitation Council of India. The course has inputs from international teachers and experts.

    The Helen Keller Institute for the Deaf and Deafblind is running the first Teacher Training Course in Mumbai with support from Sense International (India).

    Contact Address:
    Helen Keller Institute for the deaf and deafblind
    Municipal Secondary School
    South Wing, Ground Floor
    "S" Bridge, N.M. Joshi Marg
    Byculla (West)
    Mumbai 400 011

    Helen Keller Institute for the Deaf Deaf Blind offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.

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      Helen Keller Institute for the Deaf Deaf Blind

      Alumni
      Generations of past students, both male and female, are proud to be known and enjoy maintaining their connection with the college and each other. Please write to [email protected] with link of existing almuni group, or request for creation of group.