Monday, October 31, 2011

Awareness pamphlet distributed as part of awareness building on differently abled persons under Trichy District SSA-IED project –SEVAI.

Auto-driver receives pamphlet on rights of differently abled persons.

The special educators and the awareness building team on differently abled children identification for enrollment as part of mainstreaming them and the special educators had developed a pamphlet on rights of differently abled persons. These pamphlets have been distributed wide section of the population of Trichy District for their understanding and follow up. The pamphlet and awareness street plays and puppet shows had been used to promote an understanding of issues surrounding disability, to encourage service providers to focus on the individual, not the disability, to develop an understanding of appropriate and effective methods of interaction with people with disabilities, to foster an understanding of the ways in which the information needs of people with disabilities can be met, to develop an awareness of issues relating to physical access to library materials, to promote an understanding of the types and effects of hearing disability, to foster an understanding of the ways in which the information needs of people with hearing disabilities can be met, to develop an awareness of issues surrounding access to library materials for hearing impaired users, to promote an understanding of the role of the specialist hearing disability service providers, to develop awareness of the availability of resources specially suited to the needs of deaf and hearing impaired people,to encourage participants to focus on the individual, not the disability, to promote an understanding of physical disabilities, to foster an understanding of the ways in which the information needs of people with a physical disability can be met,to develop an awareness of issues surrounding access to library materials, to encourage participants to focus on the individual, not the disability, to promote an understanding of intellectual disabilities, to foster an understanding of the ways in which the information needs of people with an intellectual disability can be met, to develop an awareness of issues surrounding access to library materials, to encourage participants to focus on the individual, not the disability, to promote an understanding of mental illness and its disabling impact on a person's life, to foster an understanding of the ways in which the information needs of people with a psychiatric disability can be met and to develop an awareness of issues surrounding access to library materials-Govin
 

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