Monsoon Anubodh School


    Monsoon Anubodh School







  • We started Monsoon Anubodh School in 1987 with 3 Hearing Impairment children. We have 45 Hearing Impaired children in Monsoon Anubodh School today. The building of Monsoon Anubodh School was donated by Monsoon Trust U.K. We run classes from Nursery to Prep standard and integrate the children in 1st standard of normal schools.

    All our 8 teachers are trained as Special Educators. We have integrated more than 170 children in normal schools of Jaipur and Rajasthan. Bhumi Jain one of our ex students has done her graduation in fine arts and is now married to a computer programmer. They are also blessed with a baby girl. We hold regular parents /teachers meetings, individual therapy classes; we take the children for excursions, and celebrate festivals to help develop language and confidence in the children.

    What we emphasize in our school is Early Identification, fitting child with matched Hearing Aids, fitting ear mould and giving special Education by a special educator. The student child ratio is maximum 10 children to one teacher. We teach normal school syllabus and finally integrate the child in a normal schools. Main streaming the H.I. child has been found most beneficial.

    COCHLEAR IMPLANTS
    Cochlear Implants are the latest technology for Hearing Impaired Children. It is a very expensive technology but very beneficial specially for pre-school children and below five years children. After the implant they hear normally and if they have been given speech therapy before the surgery we find that speech development after the Cochlear Implant is very good.
    At Monsoon Anubodh School our trained Special Educators give one to one speech therapy to a large number of Cochlear Implanted Children. They need intensive therapy for nearly one year along with the parents. Our Implanted children are progressing very well in speech development.

     

         
         
    (Picnic)
    (Visit of Kings High School girls U.K.)
    (Jaipur Metro Visit)
         
    (Holly Ledson at the Annual Day of READS)
    (Celebration of Holi)
    (Celebration of Sports Day)