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NAME : L. SHANMUGAM, M.A.,M.Ed., DESIGNATION : SECRETARY ORGANIZATION : UPAHARMADURAI SUB THEME : Development of Sustainable service for deafblind people.

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1 NAME : L. SHANMUGAM, M.A.,M.Ed., DESIGNATION : SECRETARY ORGANIZATION : UPAHARMADURAI SUB THEME : Development of Sustainable service for deafblind people TITLE OF PAPER: Inclusive Education for Children with Deafblind

2 Inclusive Education for Children With Deafblind

3 INCLUSION Inclusive Education aims at Normalizing the life and education of impaired children in the least restrictive environment. Not dumping of deafblind children in regular schools Get equal opportunity with other children Interact with their families neighbours and community.

4 Inclusive education emerges out as a positive alternative to increase the coverage It provides equal opportunities to Deafblind children in their own locations Inclusive education is inevitable for Deafblind children from rural remote areas Mild and moderate cases are involved more in IEDC programme. WHY INCLUSION

5 WHY THIS SHIFT TOWARDS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION This now a human rights and disability rights issue. Every child has the right to equal participation, under the convention of the rights of the child Every child has a right to be educated in a regular school. Education is a right not a Privilege.

6 WHAT DO YOU NEED IN ORDER TO START IE Whole school approach Regular teachers support Friendly environment Flexible curriculum Close involvement of families

7 IMPLEMENTATION OF IE Awareness at all levels Training to care givers Planned use of resources Specialist support Capacity building to key people Shared ownership

8 PRIMARY NEEDS OF YOUNG DEAFBLIND Early identification and Assessment Home based services delivered by special teachers Parents counseling and family Network Medical and therapeutic services to enhance healthcare and motor development.

9 PRE SCHOOL DEAFBLIND CHILDREN Opportunity to participate in a day programme Specialized education and medical interventions as per the needs of children Availability of plus curriculum skills & functional curriculum Co-operation between special teachers and the care givers

10 SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN The primary needs of school-age children include educational opportunities and services offered in a variety of models viz. Resource model SSA- IED block model (SERVA SIXHA ABIYAN) Preparatory centre model (attached in the standard school)

11 Standard School 1 Resource Room 1 Resource Teacher 10 VI / HI + One Deafblind VI / HI – Staying in VI / HI Staying in Relatives or Db / VI / HI – Staying with Integrated Hostels Friends Home Parents RESOURCE MODEL

12 The Resource plan is the most prevalent model followed in the majority of schools Under this IEDC model, minimum 10 visually impaired or hearing impaired are enrolled in the regular schools Resource room is located inside the school Resource Teacher is trained in the methodology of teaching Deafblind children (or) Multi-skilled in special education 1 or 2 Deafblind students in the Resource Room Not more than 2 deafblind children in one Resource centre under IEDC Deafblind students attend the regular class room for some activities The resource teachers provide direct & indirect services to deafblind in the Resource Room Technical support to deafblind will be provided by the Itinerant specialist teachers frequently RESOURCE MODEL

13 SSA –IED BLOCK MODEL Resource centre for IED BRC

14 NGO is a partner / IEDC resource teachers are supporters SSA- IED project is supported by Education Department / state & central Govt. NGO is an implementing agency in block level 2 special teachers in block level / One Itinerant Resource Teacher for Db/MD Block IED resource centre with essential special equipments SSA –IED BLOCK MODEL

15 Supportive services – Spl. teachers \ Itinerant Teachers Identification & Enrolment Home based training Special care in school impaired children Individual support Facilitating services Direct and Indirect services Maintain no dropouts Help to Day care centre Curriculam & plus curriculam skills. SSA –IED BLOCK MODEL

16 Supportive services – NGOs Medical Assessment Supply of aids & equipment Training to regular teachers Training to parent of Deafblind Training to VEC, SHG, volunteers etc., Organizing Awareness programme Linkage with all Government departments. SSA –IED BLOCK MODEL

17 PREPARATORY CENTRE - MODEL Standard school Self contained class room Specially qualified teacher Preparatory services at a central place One or two years of services Day centre or residential centre Training in skills development Pre – Braille, O&M, DLS & Social skills Sensory Training Sign Language Communication skills Partial integration. Preparatory Resource Centre (Attached in schools)

18 INCLUSIVE EDUCATION CONCLUDING VIEWS ACHIEVE MORE GROW SLOWLY START LITTLE

19 FOLLOW 3 RS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IS POSSIBLE AND SUCCESSFUL RIGHT METHOD RIGHT MATERIAL RIGHT TIME

20 THANK YOU UPAHARMADURAI MULTI REHABIITATION CENTRE 37, Teachers Colony, Alagappannagar, Muthupatty, Madurai – Tamilnadu, South India. Phone : 0452 /


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