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The first Perkins-SCEH screening event for children with MDVI takes place at Shroff’s Centre in Vrindavan, Mathura, U.P.
CBR workers recount their experiences working in new and different ways under the pandemic.
Perkins India sensitises young ophthalmic paramedic trainees about disability as they prepare to work in the medical field.
A proud father recounts his son’s path to education and his unexpected journey to a new position.
Community support of a local ASHA worker helps to identify more children with multiple disabilities and visual impairment.
Screening resumes in villages to identify children with MDVI under Project IDI.
Lifelong lessons from the Perkins International Academy live on years after the course for Chaitali, who has applied new ideas in her classroom.
Perkins India and Dr. Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital partner to bring much needed services to children with MDVI in Vrindavan.
A new team is trained under an innovative initiative to identify and connect children with MDVI to essential learning and developmental interventions.
Beroz Vacha, an ‘Indian Anne Sullivan’, paved the way for deafblind education in India.
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