Donations | Application Form|
Concessions |
Anti Ragging Committee
|News Letter |NAAC SSR |Contact Form

Institute Based

  • Clinical Activities

  • Sunaad School for Hearing Impaired

    Aided by Karnataka State government under Child Centric grant

  • Mothers Training Program

    • The objective of this program is to train the mothers of young children with hearing impairment in learning to communicate with their children. The program primarily focuses on enabling mothers to carry out incident oriented lesson to develop cognitive skills including attention, memory and reasoning abilities, language, speech and literacy skills. Mothers are trained to handle children with different degrees of hearing loss.
    • Mothers provide training to their children in their mother tongue. Mothers who successfully complete three years training along with their children are awarded a certificate from the Institute.
    • Contact for more details:

      Click Here
    Mother Teaching About Vegetable & Fruits With Colors
    Photo Taken During The Celebration Of Diwali
    Talking About The Car To A Child By Showing Picture
  • Sign Language Cell

  • Special Education Cell

  • Communication DEALL program

  • Support Groups Services

    • Stuttering Club: meets once a fortnight with the objective of providing a support group, mediated by a psychologist/SLP
    • Laryngectomy Club: provides a platform for laryngectomees (patients whose voice-boxes have been surgically removed due to cancer), to meet and interact with each other
    • Post-Stroke/Aphasia Club: provides patients with aphasia and their families with coping skills
    • Cleft Lip & Palate Clinic: Assessment and management of clients with cleft lip and palate
  • Workshops

  • Publications

Audiology - Diagnostic Services

Features of the diagnostic facilities at the Institute:

  • Qualified Audiologists
  • State of art facilities - including

    Technologically advanced Audiometers

    • Extended frequency range useful in early detection of noise / drug induced hearing loss
    • Special audiological tests – useful in differential diagnosis.
    • Free field testing and visual reinforcement Audiometry useful in testing infants and young children
    • Dichotic tests – useful in testing central auditory processing.
    Assessment

    Immitance Audiometry

    Useful in assessment of:
    • Middle ear functioning
    • Eustachian tube functioning
    • Inner ear functioning
    • VII and VIII cranial nerve functioning
    • Brainstem pathology
    • Monitoring recovery in middle ear disorders and facial nerve palsy
    Immitance Middle Ear Analyser
    Additional Features of Immitance Audiometers at the Institute:
    • Quick screen facility - screens infant's middle ear status in < 3 seconds. Multi frequency probe tone
    • Different parameters of acoustic admittance can be tested (conductance, susceptance) help in accurate diagnosis
    • Acoustic reflex measures - latency, amplitude, and decay of the reflex tested, is useful in differential diagnosis.

    Evoked Auditory Potential Measures

    Most evoked potential tests do not require active subject participation. These tests (i.e., BERA, MLR, LLR, ASSR) measure electrical activity at various levels in the auditory nervous system and are a very useful diagnostic tool in both children and adults.

    A 3 Year Old Undergoing Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometer
    Useful in:
    • Detection of hearing loss in neonates and infants
    • Diagnosis of Auditory disorders such as
      • Tumours at various levels of the auditory nervous system
      • Degenerative diseases of the auditory nervous system, ex: multiple sclerosis
    • Monitoring therapy progress in children with learning disability
    • Monitoring maturation of the auditory nervous system in children with cochlear implants
    • Medico legal cases

    OAEs - Oto Acoustic Emissions

    OAEs are extremely soft sounds generated by most normal inner ears. They can be recorded in the ear canal. OAEs can be evoked and recorded using different sounds.

    Mr. Nitish Administering Oto Acoustic Emission On A Client
    Advantages:
    • Tool for assessing cochlear health
    • Tool for hearing screening in neonates / infants
    • Quick and non invasive test
    • Can monitor hearing status in persons
      • Undergoing treatment with ototoxic drugs ex: Cisplatin, Gentamycin
      • Exposed to loud noise
    • Helps in differential diagnosis
  • Sound treated rooms conforming to international standards
  • Regularly calibrated instruments
  • Use of a battery of tests

Contact for more details:

Click Here

Speech Language Pathology - Diagnostic Services

Speech-Language pathologists diagnose different speech and language disorders based on detailed case history, client performance on various tests, and inputs from Audiologists, Psychologists, ENT surgeons and Neurologists

Clinical personnel at Dr.SRCISH:

  • Qualified and experienced multi disciplinary team comprising of

    Speech Diagnostic Dept
    Speech Diagnostic

State of art equipment for objective evaluation of various parameters of Voice and Speech:

Department of Speech Language Pathology is well-equipped to assess the following, in both children and adults:

  • Voice

    • Detailed assessments done of an individual's pitch, loudness and quality of voice
    • Variety of sophisticated software programs/ assessment tools used [i.e., Dr. Speech, VAGHMI , Speech Science Lab (SSL), Computerized Speech Lab (CSL)].
    • Dr.SRCISH is the first Speech and Hearing Institute in the country to use Endo-Stroboscope for routine voice assessments.
    • Additional services provided
    • Institute provides specialized services for
      • professional voice care
      • forensic voice analysis
  • Articulation & Phonology:

    • Articulation and phonological disorders commonly manifest as unclear speech and pronunciation problems
    • Assessments are done using articulation tests available in English and various Indian languages
  • Fluency

    The Institute provides detailed assessment of fluency disorders, more commonly known as "stammering"/ "stuttering"
    Note: Apart from these, clinical services are also provided for speech disorders such as

    • Dysarthria
    • Developmental Apraxia
  • Language

    Assessment and intervention are provided for language impairments associated with the following disorders

    • Hearing impairment
    • Mental Retardation
    • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
    • Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders
    • Cerebral Palsy
    • Stroke & Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
    • Neurological Disorders
Strobosopic Equipements In The Speech Science Lab
Voice Recording Of A Patient In The Speech Science Lab

Contact for more details:

Click Here

Psychology Unit

The following services are available in the department of psychology:

  • I.Q. assessment
  • Detailed Assessment of Learning Disability
  • Pre-academic assessments
  • Developmental assessments
  • Personality assessment
  • Psycho diagnostic assessment
  • NIOS

Contact for more details: srcish.psychology@gmail.com

Aural Rehabilitation

  • Amplification
    OAE Testing
    • Process of selection

      • Wide choice of Hearing aids to suit all needs and budgets.
      • Scientific methods of selection.
      • Computer programs available, which can interface with the programmable hearing aids to meet individual amplification needs.
      • Measurement of hearing aid output in the ear canal
        • Prevents over amplification in children
        • Helps in hearing aid prescription in difficult to test population
      • Effects of earmould on hearing aid performance considered.
      • Graphic representation of the actual hearing aid performance.
      • Increased client satisfaction.
      • Hearing Aid Fitting With State Of The Art Infrastructure
    • Types of hearing Aids

      Different degrees and types of hearing loss require fitting with different hearing aids

      Conventional Hearing aids:

      Progressively decreasing in size are:

      • Pocket models (body level hearing aids)
      • B T E - Behind the ear
      • I T E - In the ear
      • I T C - In the canal
      • C I C - Completely in the canal

      Better sound perception is achievable with ear level hearing aids than body level hearing aids.

      Programmable Hearing Aids:

      • Analog and digital types available in all the above models except body level hearing aid.
      • Different programs can be stored in memory for listening under different conditions, such as quiet and noisy.

      Digital Aids: Digital aids with "smart features" can be programmed by computer software to c adjust their performance depending on the environment.

      Advantages of Digital hearing aids are:

      • Extremely sharp sound quality
      • Can be re-programmed even if individual hearing loss increases (upto a certain limit)

      For more details see FAQS on hearing Aids

      Process of getting adjusted:

      Listening through a hearing aid is a different sensory experience and one needs to get used to it. Professional help is required in getting used to amplification. The process of getting adjusted is longer and more difficult with children.

      Hearing aid repair workshop:

      • All types and makes of Hearing aids serviced and repaired
      • Servicing and repairing done by a qualified person
      Ear Mould Impression
      Hearing Aid Repair

      Ear moulds - custom moulds, soft moulds:

      • Regular moulds (for body level hearing aids), skeletal moulds (BTE's)
      • Impressions for I T C and C I C also taken
      • U.V Moulds
      • Ear mould modification
  • Assistive listening devices

    An Assistive Listening Device is not a hearing aid but a device designed to improve the ability of a person with HI to communicate and to function more fully. Assistive listening devices are of two types:

    • Devices that transmit the amplified sound more directly from its source to the listener
      • FM systems
      • Infra red systems
      • Loop induction system
      • Telephone amplifiers
    • Devices that transform sound into a visual or tactile signal.
      • Alarm clocks which use vibration or light as their signal
      • Telephone ring indicators
      • Door bells with visual indicators
  • Cochlear Implant (CI) Program
    • This program, headed by Dr. Madhuri Gore, was launched in 1996, and running successfully since then at ISH. The Institute is fully equipped to assess and rehabilitate clients with cochlear implants.
    • There are broadly two steps in the execution of the CI program. (1) Pre-surgical assessment for candidacy (2) Post-surgical rehabilitation, which includes customizing (mapping) the device and providing auditory verbal therapy (AVT).
  • Auditory Verbal Therapy

    Aims at providing listening training and verbal communication skills for persons with hearing impairment. This therapy is used mostly with young children, who have been fitted with appropriate hearing aids. This systematic therapy needs to be carried out for a long time to achieve good listening and speaking skills. Home training and parental involvement are essential for success of this therapy.

    Fun With Arranging The Size
    Going Into Reality With Stories
    Description With Size And Colors
  • Speech Reading

    Speech reading (or lip-reading, as it is commonly known) refers to understanding of speech through the visual modality. To enable speech comprehension, a person has to not only observe the movement of lips and tongue but also recognize gestural cues, facial expressions, body postures and environmental cues.

    Speech reading cannot be used as a substitute for auditory information. Majority of speech sounds are not visible and persons with hearing impairment may miss out on some information through the auditory modality also. However, with realistic expectations and speech reading instructions, persons with HI can derive significant benefits this technique.

    We provide speech reading instructions to persons with HI who get very little benefit from amplification.

  • Sign Language
    • Basic sign language course is aimed at bridging the communication gap between the deaf and the hearing

    Who can learn Sign language?

    • Any one who is interested
    • Age/ Qualification - No bar

    Signers' World:

    Signers' World is an association deaf and hearing persons interested in popularizing Sign language. It started with a handful of deaf persons who came to the Institute once a week to interact with students learning Sign language. Their numbers grew steadily and Signers' World was started in 2000. The members of Signers' world have taken several measures to create awareness about Sign language. These include articles in newspapers and magazines, and interacting with students.

    For more information, Sign Language Courses

  • Education of hearing impaired children
  • Mothers' training program

    The objective of this program is to train the mothers of young children with hearing impairment in learning to communicate with their children. The program primarily focuses on enabling mothers to carry out incident oriented lesson to develop cognitive skills including attention, memory and reasoning abilities, language, speech and literacy skills. Mothers are trained to handle children with different degrees of hearing loss.

    Mothers provide training to their children in their mother tongue. Mothers who successfully complete three years training along with their children are awarded a certificate from the Institute.

    Contact:
    Ms. Rathna Shetty, D.Ed S.E (HI)
    Coordinator - Mother's Training Center

Contact for more details:

Click Here

Speech & Language Problems

Speech & Language Therapy

Treatment in the context of speech - language disorders does not mean medical treatment. It refers to rehabilitation, teaching, counseling or behavior modification.

The Institute with its experienced speech language pathologists and trainee students, who work under supervision, offers treatment for a variety of speech & language disorders. Highlights of the treatment are:

  • Treatment on systematic and scientific lines
  • Customized treatment to suit patients' specific needs
  • Involvement of significant others in the treatment process
  • Use of state of art equipment. Regular monitoring to assess efficacy of treatment
  • Additional facilities such as intervention by clinical psychologists and social worker
  • Assistance with academic and vocational placement
Student Clinicians Providing Speech and Language Theraphy For The Child With Hearing Impairment
Treatment services are available for:
  • Speech dysfluencies: Aims to modify rate of speech, regulate breathing and reduce muscle tension. Over the last few decades, the Institute has successfully treated a large number of Persons With Stuttering (PWS)
  • Articulation & Phonological Disorders: Aims at improving intelligibility of individuals' speech. Institute has software programs for providing therapy for these disorders
  • Voice: Aims to reach the patients' optimal pitch, loudness and quality Language therapy: Aims to rehabilitate individuals with language impairments (such as, Specific Language Impairment (SLI), Aphasia, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), etc.), by adopting a multi-modal stimulation approach (i.e., auditory, visual, tactile)
Student Providing Speech and Language Intervention To A Child With Communication Disorder

Different types of Treatment available:

  • Demonstration Therapy - Treatment of short duration provided for outstation clients. Caregivers are trained to carry out treatment procedures at home
  • Home training programs given after Demonstration therapy
  • Intensive treatment during vacation for students
  • Intensive group treatment program for persons with stuttering

Specilaity Clinics:

  • Dysphagia clinic: aims at improving the patient's swallowing using food consistency modification, postural changes and oro-motor exercises along with direct swallowing therapy
  • Maxillo-facial (Cleft Lip & Palate) clinic: Provides assessment and remedial services for patients with cleft lip and palate
  • Post-stroke clinic: A team of SLP, psychologist, physiotherapist, occupational therapist will provide comprehensive remedial services for patients with aphasia.
Speech Dept-Therapy Session
Speech Dept-Therapy Session

Contact for more details:

Click Here

Psychological Services

  • Parent and family counseling services offered to family/parents of patients with hearing/speech and language disorders, to improve their awareness of the patients' condition and also sensitize them to the needs of the patient.
  • Behavior modification therapy for children with autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder etc.
  • Learning Disabilities Clinic: aims at identifying children at risk for learning disabilities through school screening programs/camps and sensitizing teachers in the mainstream schools and providing remedial services.
Assessment
Behaviour Theraphy
HOD
Paychology Entrance
Teaching to a child about the picture

Contact for more details: srcish.psychology@gmail.com

Sunaad School for the Hearing Impaired

Since 1977, the Institute has provided rehabilitation for children with hearing impairment in Bangalore. This included auditory training after fitting with hearing aids and speech and language training. This service was given on a weekly or bi-weekly basis and children got only a few hours of therapy as they had to go to a normal school.

Over the years, speech pathologists and parents realized that the children were not doing well in their respective schools. At that point of time, there were only 2 English medium schools catering to children with hearing impairment in Bangalore but none in Kannada medium. Therefore, the Institute management and staff decided to start a special school in Kannada medium for the benefit of children with hearing impairment. In 1987-88, the school began functioning in a rented building with 15 children and 2 teachers.

In 1992, with a matching grant from Lions Club International Foundation, the School building came up inside the Institute campus and was named SUNAAD.

Objectives of the School

  • To provide primary and middle school education in Kannada and English medium for hearing impaired children
  • To provide special training in improving speech, language and listening skills
  • To provide guidance to parents of hearing impaired children on home training
  • To provide counseling for parents to handle the problems encountered in raising & educating a hearing impaired child.

Medium of Instruction

Kannada and English medium - Pre-school to 10th grade

Auditory Training To Student
Flash Card Teaching To Students
Assembly By School Student
School Class Room
School Class Room

Contact for more details:

Click Here

School Infrastructure & Facilities

Principal:

Ms. Padmaprabha. A.P., M.Sc, M.Phil, M.Ed (Gen), M.Ed (HI), B.Ed (LD), PG D.Ed (HI), Sign Language Level A, 28 years of teaching experience

Staff:

30 well-trained and experienced staff including 10 teachers with B.Ed(HI) and 14 teachers with DSE(HI) qualifications. All other teachers have had several years of teaching experience in special schools.

Admission procedure:

Children with hearing impairments are first sent for audiological assessment at the Institute, and admission is based on the recommendation of a team of professionals including the Special Educator, Audiologist and Speech Language Pathologist and Psychologist in discussion with the parents.

Present strength of the school is 200

The school has two sections:

  • The Pre-School section [for young children with hearing impairment, aged 3-6 years].
    • The objective of this section is to provide intensive speech, language and listening training to children between 1-6 years so that after training, they can be integrated into a regular school at the same age as their hearing counterparts.
    • The teacher to child ratio in the Pre-School section is 1:4. This low teacher-to-child ratio is maintained to ensure that the teacher is able to give individual attention to each child and also monitor his/her progress closely.
    • The curriculum for young children with hearing impairment in the Pre-School section revolves around intensive language and listening training. All our teachers have a diploma in Special Education [Hearing Impairment]. The involvement of the parents is crucial for the success of the training program. Therefore mothers receive regular training and counseling on the follow up required at home. The preschool training will be continued for 3 years.
  • 1st to 10th standard – for children older than 4 years.
    • After 3 years of training, the child is ready to go to the 1st standard and is able to cope with the regular school [state level] syllabus from the 1st standard to 10th standard. Children appear for the 10th standard examination along with normal hearing children. The only concession children with hearing impairment get is that they are exempted from learning the 2nd and 3rd languages in the curriculum.
    • Integration is recommended depending on the child's ability but generally children remain in the school till the 10th standard. Apart from the prescribed syllabus, the children are given extra training for language development.
    • Mainstreaming children: Segregation of the children into high and low functioning groups is done based on parental involvement & support, severity of HI. The children in the high functioning group (i.e., those with mild to moderate HI) receive Auditory Verbal Therapy, where the main aim is to provide the children with basic communication skills required for mainstreaming into regular schools.

Facilities:

FREE Uniform, FREE Transportation, FREE Books & FREE Food

The recommended teacher to child ratio is 1:10 in a special school.

The school has a well-equipped library with several books aimed at developing children's language & reading skills. Science laboratory is equipped with all the materials prescribed by state board syllabus. Computer training is also provided for children from class 2 onwards.

Co-curricular activities:

Students are encouraged to participate in various activities and inter-school competitions and our students have won many prizes. In addition, annual visits to different places of historical interest are planned for the children, with the main aim of exposing them to different experiences and enriching their learning and communication skills.

School Building
Assembly By School Students
Drawing Classes To Students
Drawing Classes To Students

Contact for more details:

Click Here

Sign Language Cell

The Sign Language Cell of the Institute conducts various sign language courses

  • Basic Course in Sign Language :

    The objective of this course is to provide the individual with the basic skills necessary to communicate with the deaf. 20 hours which can be conducted as:

    • 3 hours/day for 7 days
    • 2 hours/day for 10 days
    BSLPA Degree Sign Language Class In Progress At Our Institute
  • Courses in Interpretation:

    The objective is to train the individual to become a professional interpreter for the deaf. It is a certificate course conducted for 2 months. Classes are conducted every day on one to one basis.

    • Level A (equivalent): Basic Sign Language course (2 months)

    Note: There is no age bar and no educational qualification is required for these courses. Short-term courses are conducted on a one to one basis for the benefit of individual candidates.

  • English Functional Language Course:

    This course is provided for the hearing and the deaf to enhance their communication skills.

  • Group Sign Language Courses:

    The objective of this course is to provide the individuals of a Company or any Group with the basic skills necessary to communicate with the deaf. It is a Course with the number of hours decided by the Company or group. Special Attention being given to vocabulary the group uses.

    Group Sign Language Course In Progress At A Degree In Banglore
  • Interpretation services:

    The sign language cell provides interpreters for various programs involving individuals with hearing impairment conducted by government agencies. Services are also provided on request to any organization conducting conferences, workshops, seminars and meetings.

    Interaction of Deaf Students / Faculty And Hearing Students In The Interpreter Course
    Sign Language Interpreter Course: Activity Class
  • Counseling services:

    These services are provided for the hearing impaired for problems in marriage and family.

  • Video Remote Interpreting Services on SKYPE:

    Deaf users to interpreter via webcam: For interviews, doctors, employers, where the interviewer and Deaf person are in the same place while the interpreter is at the institute. The interpreter talks/ listens to hearing person via headset or speaker. The Skype ID is "signlangdr.srcish"


    Contact:
    Coordinator – Sign Language Cell

Contact for more details:

Click Here

Special Education Cell

National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) Class

The special education cell at the Institute uses a psychological-sociological educational approach to train school drop-outs and candidates (with or without Hearing impairment) who are unable to cope with their curriculum. The cell has a current intake of 10 students per year (only boys). These boys are taught academics systematically on a one-to-one basis. Alternatively, students who cannot complete school are taught functional reading and writing skills.

Age: 15 + years

Pre-Vocational Training Program

Basic English and Sign Language courses are conducted for non-English speaking young deaf adults. This training would help them to get employment (non-voice jobs) in BPOs and other public sector public sector organizations. Courses offered: 3 courses a year

  • January – April
  • June – Septembers
  • September – December

Eligibility: Any student with hearing impairment having attempted S.S.L.C pass examination (pass or fail certificate)

Intake: 10 -15 students per class

Vocational Skills Training Program

Duration: 3 months (300 hours)

Curriculum:

  • Foundation course in English (100 hours)
  • Sign Language and communication skills (80 hours)
  • Typing skills (100 hours)
  • Personality development (20 hours)

Intake: 10 students

Contact:
Ms. Margret Joseph, B.Sc., B.Ed., D.Ed (HI), MA-Sociology
Coordinator – Special Education Cell

Yoga Therapy Done By The Students Of NIOS (Sasangha Asana)
Yoga Therapy Done By The Students Of NIOS (Shiras Asana)
Class Taken For The Students

Contact for more details:

Click Here

DEALL

Communication DEALL

The Communication DEALL (Developmental Eclectic Approach to Language Learning) program is an early intervention program for children with developmental language disorders such as Autism/Pervasive Developmental disorders (PDD), Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia (DVD) and Specific Language Impairment (SLI) which aims at integrating such children in regular school after intensive preschool intervention.

Objective:

To provide intensive stimulation and training (3 hours/day, 5days/week, over an academic year) to small groups of preschool children with developmental disorders, in the areas of communication, cognition, behaviour and socialization. The major thrust of the training module is on communication with due consideration given to other aspects of the child's development also. The framework is largely developmental and the strategies and techniques electic.

The Com-DEALL unit at Dr. SRCISH was initiated by Dr. Prathibha Karanth in November 2000. Ever since, the institute has hosted a unit of the program.

Dr. SRCISH unit of Com DEALL was certified as an independent unit in 2010 and functions as an affiliate of the Com DEALL Trust.

Speech therapy in progress
Occupational therapy
Speech therapy in progress –Pragmatic skill
Speech therapy in progress –Pragmatic skill

For further details : dr.srcish@gmail.com

Contact for more details:

Click Here

List of Conferences, Seminars and Workshops conducted at our Dr.S.R.Chandrasekhar Institute of Speech and Hearing

Date Title Day Seminar / Workshop / Conferance

1994

Daniel Lings Seminar on Early Identification &
Rehabilitation for CWHI

1 day

seminar

1996

Reading Disabilities

1 day

seminar

1998

Rehabilitation of the Head Injured

1 day

Symposium

 

Natinal conference on Learning Disabilities

2 days

National Conference

1999

Treatment Procedures in Communicative disorders
and efficacy of treatment from 26.02.1999 to 1.03.1999
by Dr. M.N.Hegde

4 days

workshop

 

Bridge course from 30-08-1999 to 27-09-1999

1 month

short term training

 

"Scientific & Professional writing Skills" by M.N.Hegde

2 days

workshop

 

Digital Hearing Aids in May 1999

1 day

seminar/camp

2000

AVT by Jaspal Chowdury in May 2000

1 day

workshop

2001

Treatment research-issues and evaluation on 02.08.2001

1 day

workshop

 

Teaching Mathematics at Post-primary Level jointly organised
by RCI and Dr.SRCISH on 18 & 19 December 2001

2 days

workshop

 

Bridge Course From 1st March 2001 to 31st March 2001

1 month

short term training

2002

BAHA Technology on 11.01.2002

1 day

Technology update

 

seminar on Indian Sign Language from 16-03-02 to 17-03-02

2 days

seminar cum workshop

 

OAE dignostic applications Shalini Arehole on 04.07.2002

1 day

Seminar

 

Cochlear Implant Update by Mr. J Rossers,
Ms. Neevita Narain on 23-10-02

1 days

Technology update

 

AVT by Victorya Mcdownell on 28.11.2002

1 days

workshop

 

Digital hearing aids by Widex on 27.07.2002

1 days

Technology update

2003

S.S.E.P.- by Mr. Reza , organized by GSI on 03.02.2003

1 days

Technology update

 

Cochlear Models – I I SC , Signal proving in Hearing Aids on 1-10.2003

1 days

Technology update

 

CRE Programme on 'Recent Trends in Early Intervention of
Hearing Impaired children' jointly organized by RCI and
Dr. S.R.Chandrasekhar Institute of Speech & Hearing
from 17th to 21st November 2003

5 days

short term training

2004

Cochlear Implant Updates on 22.01.2004

1 days

Technology update

 

Programming & dispensing on 05.02.2004

1 days

workshop

 

Continuing Education program on "Dysphagia Management"
from 23rd feb 2004 to 25th Feb 2004

3 days

short term training

 

Auditory Verbal Therapy by Jaspal Chowdhury on 2.7.2004

1 days

workshop

 

CAPD/APD Dr. Shalini Arehole on 17.07.2004

1 days

seminar

 

New Development in Hearing aid technology by Siemens on 7.08.2004.

1 days

seminar

 

Refresher Training Programme for teachers of Hearing
Impaired children from 4.10 2004 to 8.10.2004

5 days

short term training

 

"Measurement & Analysis of Voice & its Disorders"
from 12-08-2004 to 14-08-2004

3 days

workshop

 

Orientation course on Sign Language from
17th to 22nd April 2004.

6 days

short term training

2005

Hearing Aids on 4.03.2005

1 days

seminar

 

AVT by Victoriya McDowell

1 days

workshop

 

"Early Language & Sign language Intervention Techniques"
from 27-01-2005 to 28-01-2005

2 days

workshop

 

RCI sponsored workshop on "Brainstorming on Inter Institutional
Professional Co-operation" from 15-07-2005 to 16-07-2005

2 days

workshop

 

Talk on ABI by Suji M.S on 18-08-2005

1 days

seminar

 

FM technology by Phonak

1 days

workshop

 

Paediatric Audiology by Widex on 15.09.2005.

1 days

Training

 

Kannada Finger Spelling on 26-10-2005

1 day

workshop

2006

'Cochlear & Beyond' on 28th & 29th Jan 2006

2 days

workshop

 

Digital technology in modern hearing aids on 29.01.2006

1 days

workshop

 

Orientation for CBR Workers from 6th to 10th Feb 2006

5 days

workshop

 

Hearing aids and FM system by Phonak on 2.03.2006

1 days

workshop

 

Cochlear Implant Mapping on 17th and 18th March 2006.

2 days

workshop

 

"Perspectives on Assessment & Management of Voice Disorders"

1 day

seminar

 

Auditory Physiology by Shalini Arehole on 18.07.2006.

1 days

 

 

RCI approved CRE Equivalent program conducted by
AYJNIHH from 11-09-2006 to 15-09- 2006.

5 days

short term training

 

Importance of Sign Language for Classroom Teaching
from 1-12-2006 to 2-12-2006

2 days

seminar

 

"Individualized Education Plan" from 6.11.2006 to 10.11.2006

5 days

workshop

2007

Seminar on "Research in Speech & Language Pathology"
by Dr. M. N. Hegde

1 day

seminar

 

Research Methods/ Role of Music in HI training on 27.08.2007

1 day

seminar

 

Phonak Hearing Technology on 27.09.2007

1 day

Technology update

 

Advanced hearing Aid technology on 13.01.2007

1 day

Technology update

 

Comprehensive Management of patients with Head and Neck
cancers held from 21-09-2007 to 22-09-2007

2 days

seminar

 

CBR workers training on Audiology and Speech Therapy
(theory & Practical) on 10.12.2007 to 12.12.2007

3 days

short term training

2008

CI workshop- Cochlear on 7.01.2008 & 08.1.2008

2 days

workshop

 

Voice Workshop on 9-01-2008 to 10-01-2008

2 days

workshop

 

Channel free hearing aids on 04.02.2008

2 hrs

Technology update

 

Adult dyspagia Assessment and mangement on 08-02-2008

2 HRS

workshop

 

Practical difficulties in Assessment and Management of
Dyspahagia in Adults on April 2008

2 hrs

workshop

 

Feeding difficulty in pediatric populatin on 13-03-2008

 

 

 

ABR-BERA demo - Dr. Shivaprasad Reddy on 20.02.2008

2 hrs

Technology update

 

Neuro Audiology- Dr. Shivashankar on 12.04.2008

1 day

seminar

 

International Voice Day. 1/2 day seminar on Vocal Hygene,
Professional voice use on 16.04.2008

1/2 day

Seminar

 

Rehabilitation of Deaf-blind (Advanced Bionics) & Device trouble
shooting.- Dagman Hermannona & Dr. Nadig. On 03.07.2008

1 day

workshop

 

Faculty Improvement Training Programe - conducted by
SRMC Dr. Roopa Nataraj and her team on 11.08.2008 to 13.08.2008

3 days

workshop

 

Recent Technology in Hearing aid including frequency
especially Range on 21.10.2008

1 hr

Technology update

 

Medel's CI. By Mr. Ruben Jebaraj on 14.11.2008

2 hrs

Technology update

 

AVT by Ms. Japal Choudury 26.11.2008

1 day

workshop

2009

Introduction course on Sign Language for I & II B.Sc students
by SignLanguage Cell 05.01.2009 to 16.01.2009

2 hrs

short term training

 

"Recent trends in cochlear implantation" by Dr. Richard
Tyler on 21-01- 2009

1 day

seminar

 

Issues concerning Education of HI from 27.02.2009 to 28.02.2009

2 days

State level conference

 

Cleft lip and Palate – A multidimensional view on
06-03-2009 to 07-03-2009

2 days

National seminar

 

A talk by Ms. Olga from GN Resound on 03.04.2009

4 hours

Technology update

 

Auditory Processing Disorders was conducted by
Departments of Audiology and Psychology on 9 May 2009

1 day

workshop

 

cochlear implant, candidacy, mapping and speech coding
strategies with demonstration was conducted by
Mr. Ajimsha from ABI on 22 August 2009

1 day

workshop

 

Cochlear & beyond by Mr. Apurva, Cochlear Corporation
on 20.11.2009 t0 21.11.2009

2 days

workshop

 

MED-EL Technology by Nina Menon on 25.11.09

3 hours

Technology update

2010

Video Teaching Learning Material for Development of
Sign Language Manual in Kannada – Sponsored by SSA,
Karnataka in January 2010

1 day

workshop

 

Microtech fitting by Ms. Neha from starkey on 12.03.2010

2 hrs

hands on training

 

Auditory Evoked potentials by Dr. C. S. Vanaja on 27 January 2010

1 day

seminar

 

Recent advances in Audiology by GN Resound by Ms. Olga

2 hrs

Technology update

 

"Acoustic Analysis of Voice – Clinical and its Forensic Application"
26-08-2010 TO 28-08-2010 – RCI recognized CRE program.

3 days

National seminar

 

Intensive learning and behaviour modification workshop from
20-09-2010 TO 6-10-2010 department of psychology

17 days

workshop

 

Cochlear Technology and fundamentals of mapping by
Dr. Andrew Botros on 15.10.2010

1 day

workshop

 

Refresher training program on subject teaching for special
educators of children with hearing impairment from
18-10-2010 TO 23-10-2010 by Sr. Rita Mary, Little Flower
Convent, Chennai

6 days

short term training

 

Project workshop on development of manual teaching and reading
to children with hearing impairment from 1.12.2010 TO 6.12.2010
under Sarva Sikshana Abhiyan

6 days

workshop

 

Single Case Designs on 22 -12- 2010 by Dr. M. N. Hegde,
Professor, USA.

1 day

seminar

 

Faculty training Programme on 17.03.2011

1 day

workshop

 

Workshop on Cochlear Implant on 15.07 2011 & 16.07.2011

2 days

workshop

 

Seminar on Parent/Caregiver Implemented Intervention:
An Introduction to the Hanen Approach by Ms. Cindy Smith,
Australian-Asian Representative, The Hanen Center, Canada
in collaboration with 'FiVE' paediatric therapy centre for child
development, Bangalore on 26-11-2011

1 day

Seminar

 

National workshop on "Noise measurement and conservation of
hearing in industrial workers" on 1.12-2011-3.12.2011 Co-sponsored
by Rehabilitation Council of India, Karnataka State Pollution
Control Board, Bangalore, Indian Council of Medical Research,
New Delhi and Bangalore ENT Trust.

3 days

National workshop

 

Seminar on OAE by Dr. Sumitrajit Dhar, Associate Professor,
North western University, USA on 17-12-2011

1 day

seminar

2012

National Seminar on "Audiology for Cochlear Implant" from
29-03-2012 to 31-03-2012

3 days

seminar

 

Current trends in Clinical pediatric audiology
Dr. Jerry Northern - Arranged by Starkey on 28.01.2012

1/2 day

seminar

 

Awaaz' tablet based Communication Device -demonstration
by Mr. Dominic on 05.01.2012

1 hr

Demonstration

 

Dr.Sreedevi Aithal & Venkatesh Aithal -Clinical Leadership,
University of Brisbane 01-05-2012

1 HR

workshop

 

Mr. George, from Advanced Bionics, demonstrated a Live
Switch-On of the new Processor Neptune 31.1.12

2 hrs

Demonstration

 

Mr.Saji M conducted on Cochlear Implant For III B.Sc
students / Saji M.M. CI for staff (Advanced mapping) 23-1-2012

2 hrs

 

 

Current trends in Clinical pediatric audiology Dr. Jerry Northern 28.01.2012

1/2 day

seminar

 

National Seminar on "Audiology for Cochlear Implant" 29.03.2012-31.03.2012

3 days

seminar

 

Ms Geetha Prasanna, Auditory Verbal Therapist, conducted an in
house orientation on AVT for all staff in the department
of Audiology on 24-02-12

1/2 day

Orientation

 

Mr. Kamaljeeth, Manager of Hearing Wellness clinic and Mr. Prashanth
conducted an orientation on Oticon hearing aids for staff of
department of audiology on 14-03-12.

2 hrs

orientation on programming

 

Advanced Biomics mapping by Mr. Ajimsha on 05.05.2012

6 hrs

workshop

 

Directional Hearing By Widex India on 19th June, 2012.

2 hrs

workshop

 

Ms. Rakhi, talk and demonstration of the new Cochlear Implant processor
CP802 - -parts, trouble shooting & Mapping -on 26th July, 2012.

2 hrs

workshop

 

Mr. Kaustuv Ray, from Siemens delivered a lecture-demonstration on
latest technologies from Siemens Hearing Solutions 31st July, 2012.

2 hrs

Demonstration

 

"Issues related to assessment and diagnosis of speech and language
disorders" held from 6 -8 September 2012

3 days

National seminar

 

Mr. Praveen Samuel and Mr. D. Manoj, on new HANSATON products
on 18th October 2012.

2 hrs

Demonstration

 

Ms. Afreen Sandhu -session on Unitron products including Quantum,
Moxi and Max Unitron hearing aids on 12th December 2012. The training
session was attended by all staff members of department of audiology.

2 hrs

'Hands on Training'

 

wireless audiometer Piccolo by Inventis Company on 27th December 2012.

1 hr

demonstration

2013

Refresher training program for special educators of children with
hearing impairment on "Curriculum planning and remedial teaching for
children with hearing impairment and school drop outs "Recognized as CRE by RCI. 25.02.2013-1.03.2013

5 days

short term training

 

Mr. Dattatreya talked on Widex of new products on 15-2-2013

2 HRS

Technical talk

 

Phonak Hearing Technology hands on training by Mr.Avinash 5.04.2013

2 hrs

hands on training

 

CI mapping on 27.04.2013

5 Hrs

hands on workshop

 

Mr.Shahnawaz -Introduction to MEDEL Cochelar Implant & mapping.
Ms.Ridhima Batra on Rehabilitationon 18-5-2013

4 HRS

Demonstration

 

Wireless technology in hearing aids and new products of Siemens on 23.05.2013

2 hrs

Hands on Training for staff

 

MEDEL bridgecourse on Rehabilitation for special educators
and undergraduate students on 3.08.13

1 day-8 hrs

short time training

 

Seminar on AEPs by Dr.Jerry Hall,III. 22.08.2013

1 day

Seminar cum demonstration of AUDERA

 

3 day national conference on Ageing and its effect on Speech,
Language and Hearing on 19.09.2013-21.09.2013

3 days

National Seminar

 

Nagarjuna on technology for Hearing Aids on 28-9-2013

2HRS

 

 

AAHAT-jaspal Chowdhary on 23.09.2013-27.09.2013

5 days

Short term training on AVT

 

Language Development an introduction 4.10.2013

2 hrs

inhouse-Dr.Lakshmi venkatesh

 

Dream hearing aids-Widex-Nagarjuna on 11.10.2013

1 hr

Hands on training for staff

 

Workshop on Voice and Speech Analysis on 25.10.2013-26.10.2013

2 days

National level workshop

 

Software of cadential hearing aids on 12.11.2013

2 hrs

Demonstartion and hands on training for staff

 

One day seminar on Rehabilitation of thee Deaf-Blind-Ms.Brahada
of Sense International on 23.11.2013

1 day

Invited seminar

2016

Training for Auditory Processing-Mr.Lois kam Haywell on 14.02.2014

1 day

Invited Seminar

 

Starkey technology-Mr.Sai Kiran on 22.02.2014

3 hrs

Short training.

 

Talk on Siemens Technology on 27-06-2014

1 hr

hands on to staff

 

organized in Audiology quiz-Intercollege level for
Bangalore on 24-07-2014

2 HRS

QUIZ

 

Assessment of Neurocommunicative disorders -Illustrative
case studies- on 2108-2014 to 23-08-2014

3 days

National seminar

 

Troubleshooting for CI-Cochlear on 13-11-2014

3 hrs

Short term training

 

Rehabilitation of multiply handicapped individuals with cochlear
implants-Ms.Dagmar Harmannova on 25-11-2014

3 hrs

half day seminar

 

Software upsate-Widex-mr.nagarjuna on 26-11-2014

2 hrs

Demonstartion to staff

 

Parent training for troubleshooting of CI- on 2-12-2014

2 hr

short term training

2015

Siemens product update on 3.02.2015

2 hrs

demonstration to staff

 

Widex Seminar on Zen technology and Hands on Training on 21.02-2015

1 day

hands on training for staff and students

 

Dysphagia Workshop on 28-02-2015

1 day

National seminar

 

National workshop on extending the boundaries of clinical audiology:focus
on the vestibular system on 12-03-2015 to 14-03-2015

3 days

Natioanl workshop

 

AAHAT-jaspal Chowdhary on 23.-03-2015 to 28-03-2015

5 days

Short term training on AVT

 

Motivation and Personality development-Ian Faria on
27-03-2015

2 hr

Invited session

 

Phonak Training for staff at Dept of Hearing Studies on
27-03-2015

2 hr

hands on training in programming

 

MEDEL rehabiliatation program for babies and toddlers and children
with complex needs on 7-04-2015 to 8-04-2015

2 half days

short term training

 

Troubleshooting for CI-Cochlear on 10-07-2015

1 hr

hands on training for DHS staff

 

Enabling ability in disability though technology and
standards on 25-07-2015

1 day

meeting

 

National seminar on TBI-Multidiciplinary issues on
10-09-15 to 11-09-2015

2 days

National seminar

2016

Training in Hearing Aid Dispensing on
7-1-2016 TO 22-1-2016

2 HRS per day

Audiology staff attented

 

"Living with" on Laryngectomy on 19.02.2016

1 day

seminar

 

AUDISHCON 2016-Implantable Hearing Devices-Now
and Beyond on 10.03.2016-12.03.2016

3 days

national level workshop

 

Alps software training on 18-5-16

2 HR

DEMONSTRATION

 

Seimens software training on 23-5-16

2 hr

DEMONSTRATION

 

National CRE Programme Rehbailitation of Cochlear
Implant Recipients : Illustrative case studies
on 19-08-2016 & 20-08-2016

 

National conference

 

Mr.Anil and Mr.Richard trained the staff on the range
of hearing devices offered by Danavox Hearing Aids
and the programming techniques on 07-09-2016

 

Training

Contact for more details:

Click Here