Special products made by special children

The sheltered workshop conducted at Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan (MBCN) gives a platform to the special children to get vocational training and, at later stages give them suitable employment. In order to make their vocational trainees economically independent they are running a sheltered workshop where the children make eco-friendly paper products under the supervision of …

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A Workshop on Functional Curriculum for Students with Disability

Amity Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences in collaboration with MBCN had recently organized a workshop on “Functional Curriculum for Students with Disability”. The aim of this workshop was to sensitize the teachers about the art of teaching that works well with special children and boosts their overall growth. For this event, on the first day, MBCN …

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Dubai bank first in world to pilot sign language technology

Dubai-based Emirates NBD has become the first bank in the world to pilot KinTrans, a technology that enables easy two-way communication between sign language communicators with hearing disabilities, and people who use spoken languages. The bank said in a statement that its commitment to people with disabilities supports the ‘#MyCommunity’ initiative launched by Sheikh Hamdan …

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How MBCN’s e-portal making disabled children self-reliant

Imparting education and teaching valuable skills that help somebody become financially independent is not just a great way to support an individual or a family, but also an undeniable way to contribute towards the upliftment of our society. Needless to say, education helps a person build confidence, learn new skills, gain experience and earn a …

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VAAKYA—a novel initiative by MBCN for disabled kids

VAAKYA is a picture-based AAC app designed for people who are speech impaired. This may be in the case of aphasia, MND/ALS, after a stroke, in a case of vocal cord problems or other speech problems. It is also suitable for Individuals affected by autism, cerebral palsy and various other mental and physical conditions. The …

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