Programme for the hearing impaired
Mahatma Gandhi used to observe ‘Maun’ or ‘complete silence’ on Mondays. Silence was the real weapon! So, we thought of delving into the silent world of our Hearing impaired friends on Gandhi Jayanti. Anam prem thus observes this day by organising All India Conclave of these hearing and speech impaired students . The conclave is held every year in a different state .It is not the language that counts but it is the heart that matters. A participation from all states is also encouraged, and about 600 hearing impaired children participate in the programmes. One can observe them communicate in the language of love.
In this 3 day conclave , we hold different competitions and skill development workshops for these children. There are also teacher guidance workshops for the teachers accompanying the students. The event culminates with a grand finale of the cultural performances of these children thus providing them with a platform to display their hidden talents besides their curriculum. Above all, they inter mingle with the children of different states and develop the self confidence to become a part of the mainstream of the society.