.… Professor with Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, & School of Psychology at California State University, Sacramento has been associated with Institute of Rehabilitation, VIMS & RC for 8 long years since 2004.
The aim and objective of his visit to the Institute of Rehabilitation, VIMS & RC is to foster hope and collaborative support to the child and its family, as he strongly believes what is good for the child, is good for the family. In this context he emphasized on early intervention at grass root level through early start. The exercise is to take the therapists to pre-school and anganwadi in order to sensitize them for an early intervention, provide guidance and support through occupation, speech and physical therapy. The team at Institute of Rehabilitation, VIMS & RC in collaboration with Prof. Steven will develop a screening tool to get referrals from pre-schools and anganwadi for early intervention. Continue reading →
Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre in its ten years of existence has transformed itself to a super specialty hospital of truly global standards.
Addressing the media here today, Mrs. Kalpaja Dalavoi, Director of VIMS & RC said, “Hearing impairment is no more considered as a disability. With recent advances in medical field, there are management options for individuals with profound hearing impairment. Cochlear Implant is among one of the options and is usually suggested when there is no benefit from hearing aids. Arrival of high end diagnostic equipments for early identification of hearing loss as early as 6 months facilitates the early intervention and management of hearing loss. Keeping this in mind VIMS & RC has opened Cochlear Implant Centre to facilitate the management of hearing loss with state-of-the-art diagnostic equipments at an affordable cost”. Continue reading →
This was a very special day for all of us here. The celebrations took course in the form of cultural programmes by children with special needs. Children with visual impairment from Pundit Puttaraj Gowai Trust for Disabled sang the invocation song. The programme began with offering of flowers to the deity by the eminent guests and dignitaries.
Graduation Ceremony was concluded for the little ones to mark their successful milestones in life. Continue reading →
Yolanda Gama Moreno, Early Childhood Special Educationist (ECSE) is once again here at Vydehi Institute of Rehabilitation. She is specialized in visual rehabilitation.
Yolanda is going to be with us till March 18th and will be seeing all the specially abled kids enrolled with Vydehi Institute of Rehabilitation. She will be providing her expertise and valuable opinion for all these kids visual training and further rehabilitation (cognitive communication especially). Continue reading →
Vydehi Institute of Rehabilitation celebrated its 7th Rehab Day on 18th December 2010. A carnival had been organized for special children, their parents and rehab staff at Vydehi campus playground. A range of games, food items & craft items stalls was arranged for adults and kids alike. Everybody enjoyed the fair and it was a great success. Continue reading →
Once again Vydehi Institute of Rehabilitation, Bangalore is busy with its visiting faculty from California State University, Sacramento. It is yet another proud moment for the staff at Vydehi to have Dr. Steven E. Daley, Prof. CSU, Sacramento, amongst them.
With lot of new things happening, under the guidance of Dr. Steven E. Daley, special kids at Vydehi are going to get benefited surely.
Wonder what a Rehab Day celebration is!!! It is a Day to students at our rehabilitation centre really rocks, that was the day in their life which brings enthusiasm and skills.
Rehab Day Banner
Students from the Vydehi Institute of rehabilitation came in the midst of the college ground to celebrate. There were participations from every department– School for special needs, speech, Visual Stimulation, psychotherapy and so on. I saw their bright faces filled with passion along with their loved ones.
Function started with prayer chanted by students followed by play games which allow them to practice learned skills. It was amazing to see these kids playing lemon & spoon, find and pick the toys from sand, mix and match vegetables and other athletic activities. Well, I believe these activities will bring enjoyment and improve learning abilities in them. The teachers and parents were the organizers and also participated in various other events.
After lunch, the center of attraction was at college auditorium. The kids were performing yoga, absolutely clinical.
Vydehi Students Yoga Performance
End of the day, every participant got their prizes for their utmost participation in the event. It’s really a sigh of relief for the participants and their beloved ones. Hope these kids will get more and more opportunities to enhance their confidence and skills…