[AI] Retina ndia project in Bangalore- need contacts of parents

Pinkesh Tailor pinkesh.tailor at gmail.com
Fri Aug 13 02:55:53 EDT 2010

Most of the NGO operating in the field of disability have to now tight
their belt and begin a mark to operate as a professional Organization.
If the differently challanged people want to walk sholder-to-sholder
with the universe then each individual will have to enlight the
fellow-being about our being. The NGO'S working for employment for
visually challanged have a great task of educating the companies about
the routine as well as professional activities of visually challanged
people. For this they should instead of requesting for employments
from companies should market the visually challanged people to the
masses. This they can accomplish by giving presentations and live
talks from successful and prosperous visually challanged people. This
would gradually create awareness among people and companies that the
challanged citizons are in no way conservative to other able citizon.

On 8/13/10, Anandhi Viswanathan <inbox.anandhi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Retina India is planning a workshop in Bangalore to highlight issues
> faced by children with progressive vision degeneration and low vision
> to teachers in mainstream schools and open opportunities for children
> with retinal conditions for inclusive education.
> In this context, we have scheduled a presentation to be done by a
> parent of a child with retinal conditions to raise awareness on the
> various issues faced by the parent while seeking schooling for their
> child.
> We are looking for one such parent who can present this  part of the
> programme. We will assist you with putting the presentation together
> and help you prepare for the same.
>  As Retina India is oprating on a stretched budget, we will only be
> able to offer you accomodation if you are travelling to Bangalore and
> will not be able to sponsor your travel.
> Parents willing to be part of this exercise may get in touch with me
> either on this ID or the mobile number provided below.
> Best,
> Anandhi Viswanathan
> Mob: 9886910508
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