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ANNUAL REPORT

2013 - 2014

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CONTENTS
S. No.

TITLE

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FROM THE CHAIRMANS DESK .............................................01

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DOCUMENTS :

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i)

ABOUT US .......................................................................03

ii)

BOARD MEMBERS .........................................................06

iii)

REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE .....................................07

iv)

INCOME - TAX EXEMPTION U/S 80g ............................08

v)

RECOGNITION OF SCIENTIFIC AND ...........................11


INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS

iv)

FOREIGN CONTRIBUTION REGULATION ACT ... .....13

vii)

ISO 9001 : 2008 REGISTRATION ...................................15

INSTITUTE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION ( I S E )


1) Diagnostic Centre for Exceptional Children.....................................................16
2) Child Development Centre...............................................................................18
3) Pre School.......................................................................................................21
4) Centre for Babies at High Risk........................................................................22
5) Special School for Mentally Challenged ..........................................................23
6) Dr. P. R. Institute for Autism & ADHD............................................................24
7) Centre for Learning Difficulties.........................................................................26
8) Comprehensive School Health Services...........................................................27
9) State Information Centre.................................................................................28
10) Jignasa ( Library )..........................................................................................30
11) Free Medical, Health & Disability Detection Camps......................................33
12) Training Institute for the Teachers of Deaf......................................................34

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INSTITUTE OF SPEECH & AUDIOLOGY ( I S A )


13) Shruthi Institute for Speech and Audiology ............................................36
14) Early Intervention Centre for Hearing Impaired ......................................39
15) Special School for Deaf ....................................................................... 40
16) Unnathi Junior College for Deaf ............................................................. 42
17) Computer Training Centre for Deaf ........................................................ 44

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INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH ( I M H )


18) Dr. P.R. Institute for Mental Health .........................................................45
19) Research Information & Documentation Centre .....................................51

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INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE &


REHABILITATION ( I P M R )
20) Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Centre ............................................52
21) Occupational Therapy Department .......................................................54
22) Sensory Integration Department .......................................................... .55
23) Sensory Park .........................................................................................55

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CAMPUSES
24) Sweekaar Academy of Rehabilitation Sciences, Tandur Campus .......56
25) Sweekaar Academy of Rehabilitation Sciences, Kadapa Campus ........58
26) Sweekaar Academy of Rehabilitation Sciences, Guntur Campus ........60

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MAN POWER DEVELOPMENT ......................................62

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FROM THE CHAIRMANS DESK

Dear Patrons,
The services rendered by us for the past 37 years and the milestones achieved are getting
appreciation from the parents and beneficiaries. Visitors have given us more strength and high morale
to our committed Sweekaar Pariwaar to march forward with more enthusiasm to start something new.
All this has been possible with the committed services of Sweekaar Pariwar, support from friends, well
wishers, donors and Governing Body members. It is a joy for everybody to participate in this godly
work. Realizing the great need of trained manpower in the area of Rehabilitation Management, we
have focused our attention to prepare professionals.
You will be happy to know that mentally handicapped children of our Special School won 25
Gold Medals, 28 Silver Medals and 19 Bronze Medals by participating in various sports and cultural
activities. Each Unit of the organizations has celebrated Independence Day, Teachers day, Childrens
Day, Disabled Week and Republic Day.
I am thankful to Prof. S. Satyanarayana, Vice Chancellor of Osmania University,
Prof. K. Pratap Reddy, Registrar, Dean, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Social Science and Members
of Board of Studies of Special Education, ASLP and Psychology of Osmania University for their
unstinted support.
We are thankful to the Vice Chancellor and Registrar of ANU Guntur for their co-operation to
run courses in Guntur.
I am thankful to the Governing Body Members and Selection Committee Members of the
concerned Universities for their guidance and support.
I am thankful to Prof. (Mrs.) Sudesh Mukhopadhyay, Chairman, Shri. D.N. Sreenivasappa,
Member Secretary and all the officials of Rehabilitation Council of India for their heartful support.
I am thankful to the Director of NIMH Secunderabad, Director of AYJNHH Mumbai, Director
of AIISH, Mysore for the technical guidance and support in curriculum transaction.
I am thankful to the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India for
providing financial assistance to three of our projects.
In our Junior College for Deaf all the children who appeared for 1st year Public Examination
in March 2014, 100% passed and 2nd Year 99% passed. Most of the students scored above 75%.
All Hearing Impaired Children who appeared for 10th class Public Examination passed.
In our Special School for Mentally Retarded Children, inter school competition for various
sports activities were conducted by Green Special School in the month of February 2014 where 45
students participated in various events. 4 students were honored with Gold Medals and 7 students
were honored with the Silver Medals.
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Master Shafee, 20 years Old student of Vocational Training Centre (VTC) got Job placement
in Canteen as a Canteen assistant with the salary amount Rs. 1000/- per month.
Master Surya, 18 years old student of VTC got job placement as Office Assistant in a special
school with the salary amount of Rs. 1200/- per month. Even after having the slight vision problems, he
is managing with all the assigned works efficiently.
Master Kartik, a 15 year old student of Pre-vocational Unit got selected for the National Level
Special Olympics competition which is going to be conducted in Patna in the month of June 2014. He
was slelected for the Boccee Event.
I am thankful to all the officials of the Government of A.P. for their continuous support to this
Gods work.
I thank our Auditors Mr. Kasturi Rangan & Company for their timely support to complete the
auditing in time.
I am thankful to all the Governing Body Members and Sweekaar Pariwaar for their contribution
in building up the Institution.
I am proud to mention that a lot of research work in the areas of Special Education in HI and
MR, Speech & Audiology and Clinical / Rehabilitation Psychology and is being carried out in Sweekaar
under the guidance of experienced professors.
Once again we salute all those who have inspired, encouraged, guided and strengthened our
efforts in building these national monuments, in caring for the uncared and reaching the unreached Persons
with Disabilities in our society.
You too can participate in creating a hope for the disabled who lost hope. Let us not forget that
there is a very thin line between the abled and the disabled. It takes a few seconds to cross the fence. Let
us give back to society more than what we receive. The more you give, the more you get. Share the joy
to get your joy multiplied in the mission of making the disabled, differently abled!

Secunderabad - 500003
Dated: 01- 04 - 2014

( Dr.P.Hanumantha Rao )
Founder - Chairman

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DOCUMENTS

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ABOUT US

I. Organization :
1. Sweekaar Academy of Rehabilitation Sciences, Secunderabad, AP, India (Sweekaar) is a nonprofit, non-commercial voluntary organization rendering services to the Mentally Handicapped,
Physically Disabled, Deaf, Widows and Destitutes for the past 37 years.
2. Sweekaar could grow to the present stature starting with two staff members and five children in a
small Garage to 450 room facility, manned by 210 staff members, rendering services to 2250
people per day through various Departments i.e., rendering services to all types of disabled through
26 service units where 30 training programmes are conducted ranging from Diploma &
Degree P.G., Post P.G., Ph.D. & Psy.D.
3. Sweekaar has four Institutions: 1). Institute of Special Education, 2). Institute of Speech and
Audiology, 3). Institute of Mental Health. 4). Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
4. Sweekaar has four campuses: 1). Secunderabad H.Q, 2). Tandur ( Only centre in entire Telangana)
3). Kadapa ( Only centre in entire Rayalseema ). 4). Guntur ( Only centre in entire Coastal
Andhra)
5. Sweekaar is the only Voluntary Organisation in the Country opened up four campuses 2 in the
Telangana and 2 in the Seemandhra Regions.In each centre there is a service component and
training component.
So far Sweekaar could render services to about 58 lacks persons with disabilities.
So far Sweekaar could produce 3155 qualified professionals, all engaged in self employment,
Govt., Private Sectors and Overseas.

II. Credibility :
Sweekaar is a model in the Country where all types of disabled are cared by all types of specialists,
for all age groups under one roof which is cost effective, quick delivery, one stop service centre.
1.

Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India leased 1 acre land to Sweekaar in the heart of Secunderabad
over which present structures are developed.

2.

Govt. of India gives Grant in Aid to Sweekaar.

3.

Donors to Sweekaar are exempted from Income Tax Under Section 80G.

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4.

Sweekaar enjoys customs duty exemption for all imports

5.

Govt. of India by recognizing the services of Sweekaar & Upkaar granted permission to receive
contributions from Abroad under FCRA.

6.

Sweekaar is recognized as a SIRO (Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation) by


Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India.

7.

Sweekaar was assessed and accredited as an Institution of excellence by the Rehabilitation


Council of India in the country in the Rehabilitation field and graded as A Grade Institute
in the Country for Outstanding Performance by High Power Committee of Rehabilitation
Council of India (GOI) - 2009.

8.

The yeomen services rendered by the Founder & Chairman of Sweekaar in his individual
capacity are included in the book of Institution Builders in the Rehabilitation Sector in
the Country, published by Rehabilitation Council of India.

9.

Sweekaar has the proud privilege of rendering services to the disabled coming from not only all
parts of the country from many countries outside India like USA, Gulf countries etc.

10.

Sweekaar has hosted National and International professional conferences for pediatricians
and rehabilitation professionals.
1. 24th Indian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (IAPMR) Annual
National Conference 04th to 07th January 1996
2. 2nd National Conference Childhood Disability Group (CDG), Indian Academy of
Pediatrics 28th & 29th May 2005
3. 36th Indian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (IAPMR) Annual
National Conference 18th to 20th January 2008
4. 35th National Annual Conference of Indian Association of Clinical Psychologists (IACP)
16th to 18th January 2009.

11.

A.P. State Council for Higher Education, Rehabilitation Council of India and Osmania University
recognized a number of training courses conducted by Sweekaar.

12.

Sweekaar is recognized by five Universities (O.U., V.U., A.N.U.,A.O.U., I.G.N.O.U.) and


colleges all over the country and selected for placement of their students for field work.

13.

GOI and Govt. of A. P. have sanctioned State Information Centre for Disabled which is
the apex centre for the state of Andhra Pradesh to give any information about disabled and the
services.

14.

Mentally Challenged and Hearing Impaired Children received 32 National and


International Awards.

15.

Founder & Chairman of Sweekaar, Dr. P. Hanumantha Rao received 56 National &
International Awards.
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16.

National & International organizations participated & strengthened our efforts. National
Institutions, Banks, Industrialists, Individuals and International Organizations like Latter Day
Saint Charities, Heart & Hand for the Handicapped, Share & Care Foundation, ATA, etc.

17.

Sweekaar has certified as an ISO 9001 - 2008 institution.

18.

Assets made to the extent of Rs.50 crores belong to Sweekaar and no individual have any
right on these assets. The organization is run by an elected Governing Body.

19.

Memorandum of Articles of Association - Sweekaar Clause: Article XIV:


DISSOLUTION is appended below:
Dissolution of Society: This Society may be dissolved if two thirds Members present at a
meeting convened for the purpose vote for such dissolution and the time when the Society is to
be dissolved and the method to be followed for the disposal and settlement of the Societys
property and debts shall also be determined. Confirmation of the dissolution shall be by two
thirds of the members.
Appropriation of Property: If upon the dissolution of the Society as aforesaid there shall
remain after satisfaction of all its debts any property, the same shall not be paid to all or any of
the members of the Society but shall be given to some other Society / Trust / Institution having
similar or identical objects as to that of the Society and which was registered under Sec. 12A
of the Income Tax Act 1961 and shall not be repugnant to the provisions of the Section 80G
of the Income Tax Act and so determined by a majority of votes of the members present at a
meeting to resolve the dissolution.

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Sweekaar is proud to have the association of the following partners, but for their support
Sweekaar could have not achieved the present stature. Sweekaar is grateful to the donors,
well wishers, clients, parents, staff, students, patrons and Governing Body Members.

OUR PARTNERS ARE OUR HOPE & OUR STRENGTH

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BOARD MEMBERS
Name

Age

Sex

Position on Board

Occupation

Dr. M. Udaia Kumar

69

Chief Patron

Chairman,
Share
Microfin Ltd.

Dr. P. Hanumantha Rao

66

Life Member

Private Medical
Practitioner

Dr. V.V.S. Sarma

66

Founder Member

Chairman, Satya
Kidney Centre

Mr. J. Narasimha Rao

71

Founder Member

Chartered
Accountant

Dr. P. Nirmala Rao

63

Founder Member

Private Medical
Practitioner

Mr. V. K. Narasimhan

80

Founder Member

Dvl. Security
Commissioner,
Retd. SCR

Dr. T. Yadaiah Goud

65

Elected by Governing Body

Chairman,
Aditya Hospital

Dr. P. Namratha Rao

31

Elected by Governing Body

Private Medical
Practitioner

Dr. M. Mohan Reddy

68

Co - opted Member

Retd. Joint Director


School Education

Mr. Akula Panduranga Rao

68

Co - opted member

Business

Mr. Prakash

54

Co-opted members

Business

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INSTITUTE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION


(ISE)

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DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE FOR


EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN
Estd. - 1985

This unit is established in 1985 with the firm belief that prevention is better than cure. There are many
high risk factors for a child going to be born. For Ex : A mother having diabeties, hypertention, eclampsia, abnormal presentation, hypo thyroid can give birth to a abnormal child. By early intervention
proper care of the mother good pediatric support at the time of the delivery can prevent many disabilities in the child.
The brain can be damaged before birth, during birth or after birth. Difficult Labour, mal presentation,
prolonged labour, difficult labour, twins, low birth weight, immature baby, neonatal seizures, hyper
bilirubinemia, asphyxia, anoxia can lead to brain damage.

We also provide services to children with :


a
a
a
a
a
a
a

Behavioral Problem
Emotional Problems
Juvenile Delinquency
Conduct Disorders
Scholastic Backwardness
Specific Learning Disabilities
High Risk Babies

Developmental Delay
Cerebral Palsy
ADHD
Autism
Mental Retardation
Hearing Impairment
Genetic Abnormalities

a
a
a
a
a
a
a

Patiet Counselling & Registration

Team :
a
a
a
a
a
a

Pediatrician / Child Development Specialist


Developmental Rehabilitation Pediatrician
Rehabilitation Surgical Specialist
Psychiatrist
Clinical Psychologist / Rehab Psychologist
Orthopedic Surgeon

a
a
a
a
a
a

Audiologist
Physiotherapist
Occupational Therapist
Early Interventionist
Speech Therapist
Special Educator

a ENT Surgeon
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These specialists screen and identify such exceptional children and provide required intervention.
The above specialist will evaluate the case and prepare a case assessment report. The patient is then
given an appointment date and time for putting up the case to Chairman / Director after needful
counselling.
The above specialists evaluate the clients. After total evaluation, the case is put up to Rehabilitation
Specialist in the Case Conference. After that the case will be admitted to the concerned department.

Types of cases attended in OPD :


Sl No.

Particulars

No. of Cases

01

Diagnostic Assessment

02

Family Intervention

418

03

Learning Disability

757

04

Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder

711

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Behavioral Modification

541

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Sibling Counselling

371

07

Slow Learners

631

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Delayed Speech and Language

755

09

ENT

589

10

Psychiatry

1032

11

Ortho

609

12

Stuttering

701

13

Misarticulating

617

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Voice Disorders

339

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Paralytic

483

4113

Total: 12667
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CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE


Estd. - 1986

Speech Therapy

Visual Stimulation

The unit is a boon for children suffering with Development Disabilities like Delayed Milestones, Cerebral
Palsy, Genetic Disorder and other Neurological Deficits. Children with 3 - 5 years are admitted in this
unit.
This unit is fully equipped with necessary aids and equipment and has a dedicated, multi-disciplinary
team of rehabilitation professionals.
Vision:
All children with disabilities must be given opportunities of Early Intervention irrespective of Sex,
Caste, Race & Economic status so that disabilities can be minimized.
Mission:
Through state- of- art infrastructure and highly qualified professional manpower, provide Early Intervention
services to children below 8 years of age.
Value Statement:
Department of Child Development Centre value:
1. The family is the most important influence in a childs life and that a childs needs are best
addressed within the context of and active involvement of the family.
2. Professional multidisciplinary team approach and parent training.
3. Continuous improvement of our services.

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Early Intervention Unit assures a quality home away from home. It provides an atmosphere where
children are well looked after and staff are dedicated, and parents are always cooperative.
Our program enhances a childs development by offering a caring atmosphere combined with a structured
curriculum. The individual childs needs are of utmost importance.
We share with the parents a belief that each child is a precious gift.

The Multy Disciplinary Rehabilitation Team :a


a
a
a
a
a
a
a

Rehab. Medical Specialist


Neurologist
Child Development Specialist
Early Interventionist
Psychologist
Physiotherapist
Occupational Therapist
Rehab. Surgical Specialist

a
a
a
a
a
a
a

Developmental Pediatrician
Nutritionist
Speech Therapist
Recreational therapist
Counselor
Social Worker
Yoga Therapist

Beneficiaries: from 2013-2014


Total Number of Beneficiaries
Follow up beneficiaries
Beneficiaries from Andhra Pradesh (Districts)
Beneficiaries from other States
Beneficiaries from Abroad

681
845
209
036
012

Events held in the department :Conducted Parents training program


Topic Positive attitudes of parents towards their children with disabilities.
It was an informative training program for the parents of children with disabilities. The program was done
by Home Science students to enlighten parents regarding the parent child relationship and to provide
good care to the child with a positive attitude.
Celebrated World Disability Day
Fancy dress show by children of CDC department filled the onlookers with joy and enthusiasm.
Welcome to New Year 2014 was held on 31st December 2013. It was an event held to entertain children
of all departments with CDC Children fancy dress show. Children enjoyed with sweets & prizes.

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Success Stories:1.

Mast. Zoeb, Age : 6 years


He was brought to Sweekaar when the child was 6 years with the complaints that the child was not
able to stand and walk, pays poor attention and concentration and not able to speak age appropriately
(can speak only 2 to 3 words meaningfully). The child was diagnosed as having a severe delay in
developmental functioning. The child is on medication and therapies which include physiotherapy, speech
therapy, occupational therapy and special education. Presently the child is able to balance himself well, cn
stand and walk with very minimal support, he is able to speak many words, talks in sentences and recite
part of the thyme but clarity should be worked on.
2.

S. Sankeerthana, Age : 2 years


S. Sankeerthana 2 year old girl was brought to us with the complaints that the child was not able to
sit, does not use her right hand, does not speak and does not smile at people. The child was diagnosed as
having developmental delay with motor and speech problems - right sided hemiplegic. The child is on
medication, physiotherapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy. The child is able to sit independently,
can crawl and stand holding onto furniture. She is now able to use her right hand for simple activities like
eating snacks. The child is now able to speak in simple sentences.
3.

G. Sai Pranav, Age : 3 years


He was brought to us with the complaints of the child being restless, pays poor attention, self talks
and not able to speak age appropriately. The child wad disgnosed as having developmental delay specific
to speech problems and features of ADHD. The child was with us for four months and during this period
the child received medication, speech therapy, behaviour modification and sensory integration therapy.
After receiving therapies the child is stable, his restlessness has come down and he is able to attend the
sessions well. The child is now able to speak in 2 words phrases. His self talking has reduced. He is able
to intereact well with familiar people and is now trying to mingle with his peer group.
4.

Ziya Raheem Sultana, Age : 1 year 10 month


Ziya Raheem Sultana a 22 month old girl was brought to us with the complaints that the child is not
able to crawl, s tand and walk independently. The child was diagnosed as having delay specific to motor
problems. The child was with us for three months and during this period she received physiotherapy. After
receiving therapies the child is able to crawl within the first week of the treatment and was able to wals and
climb stairs properly in three month.
5.

Suvidha, Age : 3 years 6 months


Suvidha is a 3 year 6 month old girl. She was brought to us with the complaints that the child was not
able to stand and walk, the child was not able to speak age appropriately, the child was having poor eye
contact and also have some behavioural problems like pulling hair, teeth grinding. The chid was diagnosed
as having profound developmental delay. After receiving physiotherapy , speech therapy, behavioural
modification and special education, now the child is able to say amma meaningfully, the child is able to
stand and walk independently, child also responds to name call by looking at the speaker and the child is
able to self feed.

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PRE SCHOOL
Estd. - 1997

Pre - School was started with the aim of training and integrating children by laying down the foundation
in the age group 3-6 years who are lagging in the areas of development such as:
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Cognition
Language
Socialization
Self help skills
Pre academics

Children with inattention are being trained with different activities to enhance attention

The centre facilitates such children by providing them with improved environmental stimulation along
with education suited to their individual needs.
Types of cases dealing with

Type of Interventions

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Train the child in basic concept


Speech Stimulation
Cognitive Skills
Socialization Skills
Self Help Skills
Academic Skills
Recreational Therapy
Home based management
Behaviour modification

Developmental Delay
Down Syndrome
Congenital Anomalies
Attention Deficit Hyper Active Disorder
Borderline Intelligence
Mild Mentally Challenged
Delayed Speech and Language

The school had registered 42 cases during the year 2013 - 2014

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CENTRE FOR BABIES AT HIGH RISK


Estd. - 2001

This unit was started with a motto to serve infants born with a high risk factor. Its main focus is to prevent
delays in Developmental Milestones at an early age and also create awareness by educating mothers.

Babies at high risk are given physiotherapy to increase their motor abilities

The unit takes care of infants who are born with high risk factors. During this year 811 infants were
identified with following causes:
Birth Asphyxia
Breech Presentation
Convulsions
Forceps
Gestational Hypertension
Hypoglycemia
Hypothyroid
Hypoxia
Low birth Weight
Maternal Diabetes
Post meningitis
Prematurity
Severe Jaundice

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06
30
10
10
25
05
15
15
05
30
22
25

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SPECIAL SCHOOL FOR


MENTALLY CHALLENGED
Estd. - 1977
To meet the needs of the children with Mental Retardation and other developmental disabilities
with 5 students and 2 teachers, it has now grown into a fully equipped Special School for M.R. with 210
students, managed by 52 dedicated staff members.

Extra Curricular activities

Computer Training Cente for MR Children

Achievements of 2013 2014


4 VTC Students have successfully completed the 10th standard from National Institute of Open School
(NIOS), 11 VTC students were sent for job placement in Shopping Complex. They are getting
Rs: 1500/- per month. A total 10 students participated in Special Olympic Athletic National (Gouchibouli
Stadium).
Vocational training centre gives training in various trades like:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Tailoring, Hand Embroidery


Candle making
Envelop Making
Phone pouches
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5.
6.
7.
8.

Soft Toys
Paper bags making
Greeting cards
Cookery

9 members self employed in book binding.


8 members are given employment within the organization and 16 members
have been employed outside.
16 members still in training.

Computer :
Continuing our ongoing efforts towards up-grading our educational system, we have incorporated
computer studies as a subject. This innovation has received over-whelming response from the students &
their parents, we have designed the curriculum in such a way that, it will not only improve students
attention, but will improve fine- motor skills and moreover the students will have a better way to feel the
subjects, what was earlier taught on the black board. This teaching methodology would surely ensure that
the students will not only grasp the subjects but understand it clearly when shown visually.
The Special School for M.R. is being run with the financial assistance (Grant-in-aid) from the
Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment Govt. of India.
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Dr. P.R. INSTITUTE FOR AUTISM & ADHD


Estd. - 2003

This institute was started in Jan2003 with the aim to serve children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders.
One of the most common Pervasive Developmental Disorder is Autism, which is characterized by impairment
in functional abilities, socialization, communication and behavioral problems. Another common behavioral
problem is Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder.

Activities facilitating eye hand coordination


cognition skills fine motor skills

Sensory Park / Texture discrimination, tactile


stimulation

The prevalence rate of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders is on the increase. The parents are also
more aware of the condition and in search of age appropriate services. Parents take their children to
professionals and receive mainly one to one basis intervention services. But children with ASD also need
Special Education services in a school setting by providing the services of a multi disciplinary team of
experts.
This Unit renders services to 452 regular caes and a part from this 248 cases were identified and treated
during the current year. These children are facilitated with the following therapies:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Rehabilitation Medical Specialists


Behavior Modification
Speech Therapy
Sensory Integration Therapy
Special Education
Yoga Therapy
Recreational Therapy / Group activity

Departmental Performance:
Conducting sensitization / awareness programmes, Centre based training, Home based training, Parents
meeting, Followup of the cases, Review reports, Individualized education progamme, Need based training.

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Success Stories:1. V. SAAKYA, AGE 3 YEARS 6 MONTHS


Diagnosis: Normal developmental functioning with autism features
Duration: 6 months
Chief complaints: Hyperactive, restless, beats and pushes others, poor attention and concentration, throwing
of objects, self talking, poor social interaction, stubborn.

Condition before therapy: The child was diagnosed with autistic features and speech problem.
He was able to say single word but irrelevantly, had severe echolalila. Exhibits stubborn behavior, used to
throw lot of temper tantrums, has poor attentionand concentration, poor eye contact lack of social skills
and conversational skills.

Condition after therapy: The child was given the attention of rehabilitation medical specialist
speech therapy, behavior therapy, special education, group therapy, sensory integration therapy.
After 6 months of therapy at Sweekaar, there is an overall development in terms of eye contact, social
skill and academic skills eholalia and imitatin is drastically reduced. He is expressing his views and slowly
stared making conversation restleness decreased.
2. MASTER KARTHIK, AGE 7 YEARS

Diagnosis: Developmental functioning with autism features


Duration : 3 months

Chief Complaints: Restless, poor attention and concentration, pinching, biting, thumb sucking,
stubborn, speech below his age level, basic concepts are below his age level, dependent for self help skills

Condition before therapy: The child was brought with the complaint of behavior problems
such as biting, pinching others restless, poor attention and concentration speech below his age level,
dependent for self help skills.

Condition after therapy: The child was given the attention of rehabilitation medical specialist
speech therapy, behavior therapy, special education, group therapy, sensory integration therapy.
After 3 months of regorous intervention the child showed a drastic improvement in self helps skills
(independent in toilet skills, buttoning and hearing skills) congntive skills improved, able to do calendar
reading, developed the concept of yesterday, today and tommorrow. Behavior problem reduced.

Others : Participated in the World Disability Day celebration, Childrens day & New Years Day
celebrations, World Autism Day , Scintific Exhibition.
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CENTRE FOR LEARNING DIFFICULTIES


(C.L.D)
Estd. - 1999
This centre was started as there was much demand for starting this department C.L.D is working under
the programme of COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES. This is one of the upcoming
departments of SWEEKAAR.
The department focuses on the LEARNING PROBLEMS of normal school going children. A team of
specialists take care of the department.

Individual atttention for Dyslexia students

Slow Learners Students

Services:
I.Q ( Intelligent Quotient ) Assessment
L.D ( Learning Disability ) Assessment
Counseling Parents
Preparing I.E.P. ( Individualized Education Programme )
Remedial Education
Sand Therapy
Relaxation Therapy
Multi-sensory Stimulation
Therapeutic Yoga
Social Skills Training
Behavior Modification
Case Counseling
Play Therapy
Music Therapy
Dance Therapy
Home Based Management.
Sponge Therapy
Window Therapy
Clay Therapy
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COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL
HEALTH SERVICES
Estd. - 1994
The services were started on account of lack of awareness regarding Learning disabilities and
associated problems among the school teachers.

Students

Workshop in normal school

On a comprehensive estimate, 14% of school children have learning disorders. Learning Disability is a
perceptual disorder caused due to minimal brain disorder. The problem is so rampant in the community
and the services available are so poor and this prompted us to start a Centre for Learning Disabled.
To detect children with invisible disabilities, to reach the unreached sector, and care for the uncared children,
we have initiated and formed Comprehensive School Health Service programme. Our team consists of:
psychologists, remedial educators, counselors, social workers, nutritionists and general medical doctors.
We visit normal schools and provide a checklist to the school teachers to shortlist children who have
scholastic backwardness and demonstrate deviant behavior. Such shortlisted children will be screened in
the school and later evaluated in depth by our team of experts.
To facilitate the school teachers to shortlist such problematic children, we conduct sensitization programme
especially for primary school teachers. We make them visit our Centers and conduct a sensitization
programme with experienced professionals at our Centres, so that we can detect children who are lost in
the milieu.

Medical Check-Up :
A team of medical and paramedical professionals conduct medical check-up camps for school children
and identify general problems like health problem, vision problem, hearing problem, speech problem,
dental problem, learning disabilities, emotional problem etc.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

No. of sensitization programmes conducted so far


No. of teachers sensitized
No. of parents sensitized
No. of students examined /screened
No. of students identified
No. of beneficiaries treated by C.L.D.

:
:
:
:
:
:

889
12355
3896
99685
35671
1158

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STATE INFORMATION CENTRE FOR


DISABLED ( SICD )
Estd. - 2003

The objectives are :


1.
2.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

To guide and implement rehabilitation services in the state.


To promote rehabilitation services, comprising medical, educational, psychological, socio-economic
vocational training and employment of persons with disabilities.
To enrich human resource development for Rehabilitation Services.
To create awareness to promote barrier free environment for disabled in private andpublic
places.
To establish linkage with medical, education, vocational and employment facilities
To conduct Research & Development in the areas of disabilities
Promotion of Consultancy services to voluntary organizations
Networking with voluntary organizations
Diagnosis and evaluation
Provision of aids and appliances

11.

Conducting special camps in rural areas

3.
4.

Programmes conducted from April 2013 till March 2014 :


S.No
1

Activity
Manpower Training
Training of village Rehabilitation workers
Training of community Rehabilitation workers
Training of teachers of mentally handicapped,
visually handicapped hearing impaired
Extension Programmes
Camps for assessment and evaluation of disabled
Parent training programmes
Home based training programmes
Creation of awareness
Exhibitions held
Distribution of materials, publications, handouts,
posters in camps and exhibition
Awareness camps conducted
Distribution of materials for awareness brochures,
pamphlets, posters, leaflets etc., awareness camps

No.

252
099
076
083
023
021
098

008
46500
12
60000

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Promotion of services

086

Models of services developed for early detection,


intervention and medical rehabilitation
5

Physical social rehabilitation, vocational training and employment

045

Centers for fabrication of aids and appliances

025

Consultancy of voluntary organizations Camps for detection


and assessment of persons with multiple disabilities

Research and development


Research carried out in collaboration with service organization

027

204

Documentation and dissemination


Compilation of information and publication of news letters

021

10

Preparation of material for education of parents and care givers

1456

11

Sale of goods manufactured by disabled persons

13000

12

Publicity through exhibitions

047

13

News items about important developments

300

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JIGNASA ( LIBRARY )
Estd. - 1997
This unit was started and dedicated by Dr. N. Janardhan Reddy, the then Honble Minister
for Medical, Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. It is named as JIGNAASA

Inaguration of the Library

Students at Library

Total expenditure on books:


Year wise

Rs.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

1997 1998
1998 1999
1999 2000
2000 - 2001
2001 2002
2002 2003
2003 2004
2004 2005
2005 2006

75,079=00
77,000=00
98,000=00
2,99,676=00
1,21,382=00
89,822=00
3,44,291=00
2,82,325=00
8,74,525=00

10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

2006 2007
2007 2008
2008 2009
2009 2010
2010 2011
2011 2012
2012 - 2013
2013 - 2014

4,34,243=00
9,60,958=00
6,86,666=00
6,70,961=00
3,15,700=00
1,82,278=00
2,68,000=00
70,237=00
58,51,143=00

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Subject
1. Audiology
2. Speech & Language

No. of books
0732
1650

Speech & Language

826

Fluency
Voice
Cleft Palate

060
119
014

Aphasia
Speech & Language Manuals
3. Psychology
General Psychology
Child Psychology
Counseling & Psychotherapy
Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry
Neuro Psychology
Rehabilitation Psychology
Rehab Ref. Psychology
Research Methodology
4. Special Education
Special Education
Mental Retardation
Learning Disability
Autism
Cerebral Palsy
5. Medical & Pediatrics
Medicine
Pediatrics
Physiotherapy
6. Nursing
7. Computer
8. Management
9. General Books
10. Dictionaries
11. Dissertation

Total Number of Books

045
069
1731
264
283
200
224
057
087
504
112
1368
931
237
058
106
036
477
252
151
074
178
040
082
538
030
130
6956

Subscription Journals :1.


2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

American annals of deaf


Australian journal of learning disabilities
Disabilities
Disabilities & impairments
Ear and Hearing
Journal of community guidance and research

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7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

Journal of psychological researches


Journal of rehabilitation council of India
Journal of voice
Optometry today
Quarterly Journal of speech
Seminars in hearing
Seminars in speech & language
Journal of rehabilitation in Asia
Indian pediatrics
NHRD journal

On - Line Journals
Addiction Research & Theory
Advances in psychiatric treatment
Ageing International
Ageing Neuropsychology and Cognition
American Journal of Audiology
American Journal of Speech Language Pathology
Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology
Behavior Neurology
British Journal of Clinical Psychology
British Journal of Psychiatry
British Journal of Health Psychology
Exceptional Children
Focus on Autism & other Developmental Disorder
Hearing Journal
Journal of Behavior Health services & Research
Journal of Child Neurology
Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Journal of Emotional & Behaviour Disorders
Journal of Learning Disability
Journal of Positive Behavior Intervention
Journal of Psychology
Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development
Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research
Language Speech & Hearing services in schools
Learning Disabilities: a Contemporary Journal
Mental Retardation and Developmental
Disabilities Research review
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
The Hearing Review
Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation
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FREE MEDICAL, HEALTH &


DISABILITY DETECTION CAMPS
Estd. - 1999
Camps are very frequently conducted by a qualified team of experts in slum and rural areas to reach the
unreached and to care for the uncared. 19 camps were conducted this year.

Camps conducted in Rural areas

Team
Speech Therapist, Special Educator, Psychologist, Audiologist, Physiotherapist, Social Worker, General
Physician, Prosthetic / Orthotic Engineers and Nurse to attend the camp and evaluate the conditions
of the poor and needy people in villages & slums to identify the disabled.

Types of Cases Detected


Mentally Handicapped
Orthopedically Handicapped
Drug De-addicts

104
301
568

Speech & Hearing


Home for the Aged

84
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Free Medicines, Calipers and Artificial Limbs have been distributed. Patients with Psychiatric,
Social Problems were referred to the Head Office for admission into Drug De-Addiction Centre,
Home for the Aged, Speech Therapy Unit etc.
Consultant Specialists in OPD - Psychiatrists, E.N.T. Surgeons, Orthopedic Surgeons and Neuro
Physicians are available to attend to the cases.

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TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR


THE TEACHERS OF DEAF
Estd. - 1996
This Unit was started with 20 students with Diploma in Special Education in Hearing Impairment. The main

aim of this unit is Man Power Development. Diploma in Special Education (HI) course is supported with
grant-in-aid by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India.
Realizing the need to have qualified special educators, the next step was to begin with Diploma courses
followed by graduate and post graduate courses in Special Education. The Organizational chart gives the
information on various regular and distance courses run by Sweekaar Academy of Rehabilitation Sciences.
Special School and Service Centers are the laboratories for the students undergoing various under graduate,
graduate and post graduate courses offered at Sweekaar. The beneficiaries of these centres acknowledge
the timely, quality services received by them.
The following are other courses conducted by Sweekaar Academy of Rehabilitation Sciences under
Manpower Development to prepare the special educators to handle the children in the areas of HI, MR,
LD and Autism.

B.Ed (MR) Students

B.Ed (HI) Students

RESULTS OF COURSES
Course
M. Ed (MR) - Regular
M.Ed. (MR) - Distance
M.Ed. (HI) - Regular
M.Ed. (HI) - Distance
B.Ed.(MR) - Regular
B.Ed.(MR) - Distance
B.Ed.(HI) - Regular
B.Ed.(HI) - Distance
DECSE (MR) - Regular
(DSE) ASD - Regular
D.Ed.( HI ) - Regular

Year
2012-13
2010-13
2012-13
2010-13
2012-13
2010-13
2012-13
2010-13
2011-12
2011-13
2011-13

Intake
10+3
20
10+3
20
25+4
50
25+4
50
25
25
25

Result
in% age
100%
100%
100%
100%
99%
100%
100%
100%
80%
99%
99%

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Other information :
1.
2.
3.
4.

Celebrated Teachers day on September 5th 2013


Celebrated Childrens day on November 14th, 2013
Observed World Disabled Week from 3rd to 9th December 2013
Celebrated Republic Day on 26th January 2014

DISSERTATION TOPICS
Name
Vigilan PV

Topic

Comparative study of Acquisition of Academic skill among the


children with Mild Mentally Challenged who are trained through
3Cs method and traditional method.
Kuldeep Singh A study on level of religiour belief among parents of children with
disability
Meena Rani
A Survey on the expectation of the Rehabilitation services to the
parents of children with Mental Retardation from Sweekaar
Academy of Rehabilitation Sciences
Reenu Malik
A Survey on attitudes of special Education on the participation
of Special olympics by persons with intellectual disability
Sandeep Kumar Impact of training in paper craft on the development of trade
related specific skills among adult with intellectual disability
Sailesh Kumar
A comparative study on computer assisted instruction and
traditional teaching method in the development of reading skills
among children with Mild Mental Retardation
Madanlal
A study on awareness on the different rehabilitation services and
schemes available for persons with intellectual disability in Sirsa
Dist., Haryana
Rambir Singh
To compare the impact of yoga on the development of study
skills of children with Mental Retardatin and Autism
Vishwajeet
A comparitive study: Impact of special education in the
development of social skills among children with Mental
Retardation
Hajare Maniram A survey on attitudes of special teachers towards inclusion
Fukatuji
of children with Mental Retardation in Secondary Schools
Somwanshi
Impact of modes of communication on social maturity and
Chetan B
academic achievement of children with Hearing Impairment
Shaikh Javed V
Efficacy of quality dimensions under sarva shiksha abhiyan
at primary level in twin cities
Alok Kumar
Factors Affecting the educational and personal success of
Bhuwan
Deaf or hard of hearing individuals in India

Guide
Dr. Jayanthi
Poojari
Dr. Jayanthi
Poojari
Dr. Jayanthi
Poojari
Ms. B. Voila
Dr. Jayanthi
Poojari
Ms. B. Viola

Dr. jayanthi
Poojari
Dr. Jayanthi
Poojari
Ms. B. Viola

Ms. B. Viola
Ms. Madhavi
Ms. Madhavi
Ms. Aruna

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INSTITUTE OF SPEECH & AUDIOLOGY


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SHRUTHI INSTITUTE FOR


SPEECH AND AUDIOLOGY
Estd. - 1999
This is a self financed college registered under 2 F & 12 B of UGC. This unit was started with B.Sc
(ASLP) with a view to develop manpower in the field of Audiology, Speech Language Pathology.

B.Sc. (ASLP)
It was started with 6 students. The present intake capacity is 40 students per batch. This was possible with
the permission of RCI, O.U. and A.P. State Council for Higher Education. The students are not only from
A.P. but from all over the country enriching the institution with experienced staff, latest equipment, an up to
date library and laboratories.
The College has been developed into a Post Graduate College. Our students have also been enriched with
knowledge imparted by visiting professionals who are experts in the field.
Our commitment to the quality in this pursuit be it service delivery, training, awareness creation, advocacy
or community participated programmes has reaped rich rewards.
M.Sc ( ASLP )
This course was started in the year 2004-05 with intake of 10 students. From 3rd Batch the intake capacity
was increased to 23 students with the approval of Rehabilitation Council of India and Osmania University.
The students were admitted as per rules on the basis of rank obtained in the entrance examination conducted
by the Osmania University, duly following prescribed roster. The students enrolled are not only from
different districts of A.P. but also from various states of the country.

Impedence Audiometer

M.S. (ASLP) Students

Students performance in annual examinations :Annual exams were conducted in the month of April May 2013. All students have done well and we
have got GOOD results in final year.
Examination results : Achieved 100% results for M.Sc (ASLP) and B.Sc (ASLP) courses for the
academic years 2012 -13.
Clinical Case Load :
For the academic year 2013-2014, 2814 cases diagnosed in speech, 4869 cases in audiology, 1025
cases in speech therapeutics. 2100 cases in Ear Moulds and hearing aid accessories were provided.

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Research and Development :


Name
Rajesh

Topic
Acoustic Analysis of Speech Audiometry material used

Guide
Mr. M. Ranganathan

in Indian Languages
Prathyusha

Development and standardization of Telugu reading

Mr. Aravind Kannan

passage
Swapnika

Usage of methods of AAC in Special School in Hy-bad

Vasavi Latha Rehabilitation facilities available for the children with autism

Mr. Aravind Kannan


Mr. Aravind Kannan

spectrum disordersin Secunderabad


Alok Kumar Training in dysphagia management among speech language

Mr. Aravind Kannan

pathology in Hyderabad
Rohit

Communication difficulties faced by shopkeepers in traffic noise Mr. M. Ranganathan

Abdul Razaq Code switching and codde mixing in Urdu English Bilinguals

Mr. Aravind Kannan

Lokesh

Efficacy of hearing screening through questionnaire method

Mr. M. Ranganathan

Mounika

Identification and intervention of children with hearing

Mr. M. Ranganathan

impairement in Hyderabady
Usha Kiran

A comparative study on non word repetition ability in typically Dr. Srinivas P. Gudi
developing children and mentally challenged children

Kubra

Syntactic skills in Dakhini Urdu speaking children in the age of Dr. Srinivas P Gudi
range of 3-5 years

Vasavi Latha

Rehabilitation facilities available for the children with

Mr. Aravind Kannan

Autism spectrum disorders in Sec-bad


Alok Kumar

Training in Dysphagia Management among Speech

Mr. Aravind Kannan

Language Pathologist in Hyderabad


Rohit

Communication difficulties faced by shopkeepers in

Mr. M. Ranganathan

traffic noise
Usha Kiran

A comparative study on non word repetition ability in

Dr. Srinivas P. Gudi

typically developing children and mentally challenged


children
Abdul Razaak Code switching and code mixing in Urdu English Bilinguals

Mr. Aravind Kannan

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Services and Programs :


S.No Departments

01 Speech Science

No. of No. of
No. of
No. of No. of No. of
Total
Clients Clients Clients Clients
Old
New
Number of
(Male) (Female) Pediatrics Geriatrics Clients Clients Cases
414

122

445

173

1154

02 Diag. Audiology 142

191

118

215

666

03

221

103

04 Sp. Therapy

303

51

05 Sp.Th. CDC

478

06 Sp. Th. Autism

OPD

07 Sp.Th. Pre-Schl

324

308

17

679

276

737

51

1542

304

50

315

39

708

76

61

137

08

Sp. Th. HSS

644

399

1043

09

EIC (HI)

106

127

233

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EARLY INTERVENTION CENTRE FOR


HEARING IMPAIRED (EICHI )
Estd. - 2001

This unit was started with the main objective of the centre is Identification and Intervention of young
Hearing Impaired children at an early age.
This unit was started with 10 children, Now the strength is 45children.
Optimum uitlization of critical period ( 0 - 4 yrs ) to explode the child for language development is the
main aim of this unit.

Speech Therapy

Individual Speech therapy

Our Team :
t Speech Therapist
t Asst. Speech Therapist

Services in the EIC - HI : t Identification

t Fitting of proper Hearing Aid

t Counselling to Parents

t Auditory Training

t Parent Training Programme

t Language Therapy

t Speech Therapy

t Auditory Verbal Therapy

t Vocabulary Building

t Music Therapy

t Reading & Writing Skills

t Group Therapy

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SPECIAL SCHOOL FOR DEAF


Estd. - 1986

This was started with 5 children. It has progressed today having a strength of 394 (Hostellers 212, day
scholars 182) students and 52 teachers. The school has classes from pre-primary to intermediate
(10+2) in both Telugu and English Mediums. This project is being run with the Grant-in-aid from the
Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India.

Xth Class Students

VIII th Class Students

Students passed SSC Public Examination: 100% Results achieved for the academic year 2013-14.
Equipment: The students have fully equipped Hearing Aids and Group Hearing Aids Systems.
Group Hearing Aid System (Hardware) 8
FM Hearing Aid Systems 6

Movable group Hearing Aid System 7


Loop Induction Systems - 03

Students Awards: Master M. Prakash studying SSC in our School has been selected for Annie Sullivan
Teachers award organized by the Deaf Enabled Organization, Hyderabad on the occasion of Teacherss
Day
Teachers Awards: Smt. Shailaja teacher of our school received Annie Sullivan best teacher award
from Deaf Enabled Foundation in this academic year.
Cultural Programmes: Our school children participated in the cultural programme conducted by the
ability Society for Deaf on the occasion of childrens Day.
Drawing competitions: Our school children participated in the drawing, painting competition conducted
by Durgabai Deshmukh Vocational Training and Rehabilitation for the Handicapped.
Sports and Games: Our school children participated in various games and sports events and got prizes
and medals.
Quiz competitions : Our school children participated in the quiz competition organised by Deaf Enabled
Foundation, and got prizes.

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Events Celebrated:
Independence Day: - We celebrated Independence Day and conducted sports, games and drawing
competitions. The first and second prizes were awarded to the winners.

Republic Day: - We conducted games and programs on the occasion of this day. The first and second
prizes were awarded to the winners. Magic show was performed by Chokoapu Venkata Ramana and
his deciple Mr. Ravi Chandra who holds Limca Book of World Records, he is our ex-student.
Teachers Day: - Teachers day was celebrated in our school. .
World Disablility Week: - We celebrated World Disability Week at Sweekaar on 4th December
2013 and Disabled Welfare Department conducted Sports and Games, on 5th December 2013
Science Fair and Drawing Competition was conducted by Aashray Aakruti.
Visiting Tour :- School staff and students went to Mount Opera on 07-02-2014.
All Hearing Impaired Children who appeared for 10th class Public Examination passed.

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UNNATHI JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR DEAF


Estd. - 2000

Unnathi Jr. College for Deaf is a part of Special School for the Deaf (SSD) run by Sweekaar Academy of
Rehabilitation Sciences. It was established with its headquarters at Secunderabad for imparting quality
education for the deaf students at Intermediate level in M.E.C. (Maths, Economics, Civics) and C.E.C
(Commerce, Economics and Civics) courses. Apart from the academic courses Computer Training is also
imparted every day for one hour for both the years. The college has an attached hostel for both boys and
girls male and female wardens take care of the wards that are staying in the hostel.

Intermediate 1st year

Intermediate II nd year

Results of Intermediate Public Exams Second Year: - Achieved 100% results during the academic
year.
Meetings: - Once a fortnight staff review meetings and parents meetings were conducted for discussing
the completion of syllabus and conduct of examinations, valuation of papers, taking extra care for slow
learners in the concerned subjects etc.
Higher Officials from Head Quarters visit the College and School and verify all the records besides
conducting staff review meetings from time to time.
Events Celebrated :
Independence Day : We conducted games and programs on the occasion of this day. The first and
second prizes were awarded to the winners.
Ms. J. Ambika have scored 83% marks in intermediate public examination. She has been selected by the
Govt. of A.P. for Central Sector scheme of Scholarship. She is eligible to get Rs. 70,000/- as scholarship
to complete her graduation and post graduation.
Master Ravi 83%, Master Sai Kumar 80% and Master Vijaya Kumar 81% achieved final Intermediate
Public Examination.
Parents participation in training programme: Parents of pre-primary students participated in the training
programme conducted by AYJNHH, Secunderabad.

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Visiting Tour: College staff and students went to picnic to Mount Opera on 07-02-2014
Medical Camp: We have Conducted Medical Camp at Qutbullapur and distributed Hearing Aids to the
beneficiaries
Aids day: As a part of AIDS Awareness Programme, Rally was conducted by our students at Prakash
Nagar, Rasoolpura, Begumpet on 1st December 2013.
Teachers Day: The students on the occasion of this day conducted special programme for the teaching
staff. All the teachers were felicitated by the students. Few of the teachers spoke on the occasion.
Independence Day: We have celebrated independence day programme at our College. Mr. Kiran and
Mrs. Aparna (Architecture) and Mr. Venu Goud (Secretary TDP) were the chief guest to this programme.
We have conducted games, sports and cultural programme on this occasion.
Childrens Day: On the occasion of this day students participated in games and cultural programmes.
Sweets and snacks were distributed to all the students and staff.
Disabled Week: (3rd to 9th Dec. 2013) Students from our School and College were participated in
Sports and Games competition conducted in our college premises. We have participated Disabled Week
celebrations programme at Sweekaar and also at Rabindra Bharathi, Hyderabad.
Republic Day: We conducted games and programs on the occasion of this day. The first and second
prizes were awarded to the winners. Magic show was performed by Chokoapu Venkata Ramana and his
deciple Mr. Ravi Chandra who holds Limca Book of World Records, he is our ex-student.

Select Success Stories :


The College has provided employment opportunity to our college students who completed the intermediate
course. As part of this programme we have provided employment in Scoda Car Company, Car Wash
Servicing Centre at Bharat Nagar, and also 40 students were sent for training at Shruthi Export Pvt. Ltd
Nacharam, out of which 10 students got employment.
The College has participated in Ability Mela-a rehabilitation programme for disabled students organized
by Satyam Computers conducted at Advanced training Institute at Vidyanagar.
All Deaf children who appeared for Public Examination in March 2014, 100% passed and 2nd Year 99%
passed. Most of the students scored above 75%.

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COMPUTER TRAINING
CENTRE FOR DEAF
Estd. - 1996
The new Computer Training center started with 8 computers. Sweekaar Vice Chairperson Dr. P. Nirmala
Hanumantha Rao and Mr. Chennaji, Deputy General Manager of SBI, inaugurated this training center.

The following computer training courses were conducted at the college.


D.C.A. (Diploma in Computer applications) for Intermediate 1st year students. Duration of the course is 6
months to 1 year.
P.G.D.C.A. (Post Graduate Diploma in computer applications) for Intermediate 2nd year students. The
duration of the course is 2 years.
Syllabus for DCA :1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)

Fundamentals of computer
MS - DOS
Windows
MS - Word
MS - Excel
MS - Power point

Syllabus for PGDCA :1)


2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)

Fundamentals of computer
MS - DOS
Windows
MS - Word
MS - Excel
MS - Power point
Page Maker
Coral Draw
Photo Shop
Software installation and troubleshooting

Total number of students trained for the academic year 2013 - 2014 are 37. Both theory and practical
examinations were conducted for all the students and were awarded certificates with Grades ( A.B.C etc)
according to their performance.

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INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH


(IMH)

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DR. P. R. INSTITUTE FOR


MENTAL HEALTH
Estd. - 2005
Dr. P.R Institute for Mental Health caters to the psychological needs of mentally disturbed individuals.
Different types of psychological assessments such as tests of intelligence, personality, learning disability
and diagnostic assessment for mental illnesses are carried out. Based on assessment, treatment plan is
evolved by the team of clinical psychologists, psychiatrists & Social workers. The major mental illnesses
like schizophernia, depression, mania and minor mental illnesses, adjustment problems, drug addiction,
problems of geriatric patients, childhood and adolescent problems, and marital problems are treated by
psychotherapies like cognitive behavior therapy, supportive psychotherapy.

Behaviour Modification

Counselling

Behavior therapies like relaxation therapy, biofeedback therapy, group therapy, family therapy etc., are
also used. In addition to psychiatric care, psychosocial rehabilitation is carried out for controlled and
mentally ill individuals. Further marital counseling, career counseling, Individual counseling, family counseling,
parental counseling are also carried out.
Learning Disabled children are given specific remedial therapies and autistic children are given individualized
treatment.
In addition to Therapy & Rehabilitation services, Dr. P.R Institute for mental health has ventured into
manpower development of urgently needed clinical psychologists, rehabilitation psychologists & professionals
in the field of Early Intervention.
Population in India has reached about 100 crores. In India 30% of population have mental health problems
i.e. about 30 crores. At least 6% of the total population is disabled in some form or the other.
Population
India
118 crores
AP7.62
Crores

Major (MI)

Minor (MI)

1,02,70,165

5,12,51,625

Available
343

7,57,275

37,66,375

Clinical Psychologists
Deficit
Requirement
13,259
12,926
865

857

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Given the nature and magnitude of mental health problems in the country the availability of qualified mental
health professionals and rehab professionals is extremely meager to meet the problems of the affected
population.
Dr. P.R Institute for Mental Health conducts two M.Phil programmes, one in Rehabilitation Psychology &
other in Clinical Psychology. Further, P.G. Diploma courses in Rehabilitation Psychology are also conducted.
This is the 5th institution to offer M.Phil in Clinical Psychology Programme in the country and second
institute to offer M.Phil in Rehabilitation Psychology in the country. These courses are affiliated to Osmania
University and recognized by RCI.
The commitment of the center is to deliver services, to train professionals, to create awareness to participate
in community programmes in both mental health and rehabilitation areas. World Mental Health Day
Celebrated on 10th October 2013.

Services provided in Mental Health & Rehabilitation :


A) Diagnosis & Therapy for : Developmental delay, high risk babies, autism, learning disability, mental
retardation, psychological disorders like stress, anxiety, depression etc., Psychotherapy, individual counseling,
parental counseling, family therapy, marital counseling, group counseling, group therapy, outreach
programmes etc.
B) Therapies with sophisticated equipment: - Multi behavior therapy apparatus, Biofeed back instrument,
stammer suppressor, sleep apparatus

1) M. Phil in Clinical Psychology :


This course was started in the year 2005, affiliated to Osmania University and recognized by RCI. Sweekaar
Rehabilitation Institute for Handicapped is the first NGO in the State and 5th in the country to start M.
Phil Programme in Clinical Psychology.
Duration of the course
Intake Capacity

2 years
13 Nos

2) M. Phil in Rehabilitation Psychology :


This course was started in the year 2005, affiliated to Osmania University and recognized by RCI.
Sweekaar Rehabilitation Institute for Handicapped is the first NGO in the State and 2nd in country to
start M. Phil Programme in Rehabilitation Psychology.
Duration of the course is 2 years and Intake
Capacity is 10 Nos.
Duration of the course
Intake Capacity

2 years
10 Nos

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3) P.G.D.R.P:We are the first N.G.O in the country to start P.G. Diploma in Rehabilitation Psychology in the year
2002-2003, with an aim at preparing specialized professional Rehabilitation Psychologists. This is
approved by Rehabilitation Council of India, permitted by Higher Education Council, Government of
A.P. and affiliated to Osmania University. This course was started in July 2002 with 5 students.
Duration of the course
(Includes 2 months Internship)

14 months

Intake Capacity

10 Nos

4) Psy - D - Doctor in Psychology ( O U )


5) PDCP - Professional Diploma in Clinical Psychology ( O U )
The above two Courses are newly added by RCI, Recognized Courses.
List of programs conducted in the year - January 2013 - March 2014
Scientific Publications:
Effectiveness of postural control training under dual - task conditions with graded sensory context in
older adults at risk for fall (2013), Asian Journal of Gerontology and Geriatrics (in press)
Ph.D. Registration: One candidates
Ph.D. Award: One candidates
Conference Presentations:
Presented a paper entitled - Deliberate Abortion: An exploratory study of the psyche at International
Conference on Protection of Child rights, Organized by the University of Pondicherry, Pondicheerry
from January 18 to 20, 2013
Invited Lectures:
Dr. K.B. Kumar
1.
2.
3.

4.

Visited PGIMS, Rohtak as expert from April 8 to 9 for assessment of infrastructure on behalf of
RCI.
Visited Amity in connection with starting of foundation for developmental Disability May 9 to
10.
Delivered a talk on Adolesents psychological problems at 9th International Conference of
Academy
of Psychologists, held from June 29 to 30, 2013 at SV University, Tirupati.
Delivered a series of Guest Lecturer for clinical psychology trainees at IMH, Tejpur in July.
2013.

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5.
6.
7.
8.

9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.

Delivered a talk on Sexual dysfunction - A psychological perspective in CME, held at A.J.


Institute of Medical Sciences, Mangalore in August, 2013.
Attended as external examiner of Ph. D. viva at Manipur University, Imphal on September
23, 2013.
Attended a meeting at RCI Office for finalizing inspection format on September 23, 2013.
Delivered a talk on Stress and coping for the students and faculty of EFL University in
October, 2013.
Delivered a series of talk in Social Psychology for the students of EFL University on October
30 and November 5, 2013.
Conducted RCI Inspection for starting M.Phil CP course at NIPMED, Chennai on November
3 to 4, 2013.
Attended an Equivalence Committee meeting at RCI on November 6, 2013.
Attended a meeting on inspection format at RCI on November 12, 2013.
Conducted RCI Inspection for continuing M.Phil CP program at Amity University, Noida
Campus from November 18 to 19, 2013.
Delivered a talk on Stress and Coping for the Public on December 6, 2013 at British Council
ibrary, Hyderabad.
Attended practical exam at Bangalore University from December 26 to 27, 2013.
Attended the PG level Practical Exam at Mysore University, Mysore from January 17-19,
2014.
Conducted Ph.D. Viva at Manipal University, Manipal on January 28, 2014.
Delivered a talk Stress Management for Police Officer of Alwal Police Station, Alwal on
February 17, 2014.
Attended and Chaired the BOS meeting at the Police University (RSU) at Ahmadabad,
Gujarat on march 2, 2014.
Participated as Guest of Honor at the Meet organized by YMCA and Makron, Secunderabad
and spoke on Violence agaist Women on March 19, 2014.
Participated as Invitee at the Meeting held EFL - Central University, Hyderabad on Counseling
Cell on March 19, 2014.
Delivered a talk on Stress and Coping at Junior Science Club, Hyderabad Central University,
Hyderabad on Marck 25, 2014.

Other Professional affiliations and activities:


Contributed as Scientific Committee member for the International Conference on Intellectual Disability
held in October 2013 at Delhi, organized by the Asian Federation for Intellectual Disability.
Chaired a session on Early Intervention on Cognitive disorder at National Conference on Early Intervention
held at NIMH from March 7 - 8, 2013.
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Participated as member of several committes set up by the RCI for deliberating on specific issues, and
in assessing the requisite infrastructure at various centers for starting training program. Also, functioned
as board of studies / examiners of several Universities for Ph.D., M. Phil and Masters.

Research Completed :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Existential concerns in cancer patients


Illness perception, adjustment, anxiety and depression in chronic skin disease
Sexual functioning in Women with diabetes.
Predictors of codependency in spouses of patients with alcohol dependence syndrome
Neuropsychological deficits in short and long-term alcohol abstinence.
Locus of control, aggression, self-efficacy and esteem in adolesence.
Dysfunctional attitudes, illness perception and depression in Hypothyroidism.
Meaning and satisfaction of life among catholic Nuns.
Family functioning, stress tolerance and burnout in traffic police
Impact of parental attribution and support on adjustment and self-concept in children with
learning disability
Death anxiety, religiosity, spirituality, depression and anxiety in persons with HIV infection
Role of parental control, support and emotional intelligence in decision making style among
adolescents
Perceived stress and well-being among clinical psychology trainees.
Illness perception, disability, depression and anxiety in patients with coronary heart disease.

Research Undertaken :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Psychological aspects of FGID and their relation with level of disability and self care
Psychological correlates of glaucome
Sexual functioning in women with PCOS
Psychosocial correlates of medication adherence and control in adolesents with asthma
Relationship between type-D personality and burnout in police officers
Psychological correlates of chronic pain
A study on attachment injury, trust and empathy in women seeking legal separation and sus
tained marital life.
Psychological predictors of depression in ongoing haemodialysis patients
Psychosocial correlates with gestational diabetes
Effect of self efficacy and knowledge about osteoporosis on treatment adherence, illness
perception, and other psychological correlates in patients with osteoporosis.
Dysfunctional attitude, spirituality and health locus of control in women with infertility
A comparative study of neoropsychological functions in short term and long term migraine.

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New Acquisitions: 68 rating instruments, based on DSM, for use in assessing psychopathology in
various psychiatric conditions of adults and children.

Targets - 2014
a
a
a
a

Work on admission to professional Diploma in Clinical Psychology


Enhance trurover of cases
Enhance research publications
Procure necessary instruments and introduce new treatment techniques (carried over
from envisaged plan for 2013)

Perceived Threat:
a
a
a
a

Study decline in caseload owing to socio-political issues in the State.


Increased number of qualified professional in city (affecting the case flow)
Financial difficulties to invest on new equipments and attract new set of clients.
Lack of stability of young faculty members (factors like higher perks, life goals, career
goal, migration, marriage etc. are outside Sweekaar control)

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RESEARCH INFORMATION &


DOCUMENTATION CENTRE

1.

Naming abilities and knowledge of antonyms and synonyms in telugu

Swapna

speaking children attending telugu and english medium


2.

A Study on the effect of time compression on recognition of telugu

Hari Prasad

words in hearing aid cochlear implant users


3.

A Study of the residual hearing before and after cochlear implantation

Aditya

4.

Survey on knowledge of myths, misconception and reality of AAC

Maruthi

systems among rehabilitation professionals


5.

A Comparision of front vowel production in typically developing

Arif

children and hearing impaired learners


6.

Code switching and code missing in normal telugu - english bilinguals

Narender

7.

Voice characteristics in stone industry workers

Sana Fathima

8.

Pragmatic abilities in children with different socio economic status

Ramya

9.

Vocal parameters of the quranic teachers and regular school teachers

Sadiqunnisa

10

Effect of socio economic status on phonological awareness skills

Raghunandhan

11.

Metaphor comprehension and use in monolingual and bilinguals

Gopal

12.

A Study of intonation patterns in echolalic responses of autistic children

Gish

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INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE &


REHABILITATION ( I P M R )

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PHYSICAL MEDICINE &


REHABILITATION CENTRE
Estd. - 1986
This unit was started to treat patients of all age groups suffering with physical disabilities i.e.,
persons affected with polio, paralysis, facial paralysis, hemiplegics, paraplegics, contractures with burns,
post operative stiffness, post fracture cases.

Sake Cycle

Physiotherapy

This unit is self financed and run by the organization, very nominal charges are collected. The charges are
aimed to help the helpless. The charges depend on the socio-economic levels of the beneficiary and
further, the charges are decided depending on whether patient has a White or Pink Ration Card. It is a
two-tier system to serve the poor. The amount that is charged is not even 1/4th of the charges in the
corporate sector.
This centre aims at value based services and believes in making beneficiaries participate in our efforts by
paying nominal charges. At present 20 trained professionals are rendering their services in this Unit.

Services Provided :
_

Hemiplegia

Paraplegia

Osteoarthritis

Cervical spondylosis

Lumbal spondylosis

Cerebral palsy

Bells palsy

Periarthritis of shoulder

Post traumatic conditions

Sports injuries

Rheumatoid arthritis

Sub - Units :
_

Pain Management
Gait and Mobility training

Hand function training


Splinting

Cognition and Perceptual development

Multiple Exercise

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Physiotherapy Equipment :
A) Electrotherapy : _
Traction machine
_
Interferential therapy
_
Short Wave diathermy

_
_
_

Ultrasound
Muscle stimulator
Infrared radiation

_
_

Shoulder wheel
Treadmill

_
_
_

Wall climber / finger ladder


Zig - zag tree
Magnetic peg board

B) Exercise Therapy : _
_
_

Quadriceps chair
Static cycle
Parallel bar

C) Occupational Therapy : _
_
_
_

Inclined standing unit (Graded)


Pinch tree
Wooden peg board
Pronation - supination activities

The Splinting Unit :


Splints and Assistive Device:
The sole aim of this Unit is to manufacture and provide all assistive devices under one roof to
prevent the beneficiary running from shop to shop.
The unit manufactures various splints such as:
_
_
_

Full cock up
Short opponents
Gutter splint

_
_

Half cock up
Finger splint

Writing device built up handles


The centre supplies to the beneficiaries according to their needs.

In-service Training Programmes :


Our constant efforts to upgrade the existing manpower include regular in-service training through lectures,
library assignments, case presentations, group discussions and parent counseling. During the year the unit
conducted 80 programmes.

Internship Training :
Students from the Colleges ( BPT & MPT) within the state and outside the state come here to get
practical training. They are given regular assignments and teaching programmes.

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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT


Estd. - 1986

Individual Therapy

Hand Functioning Movement

The Occupational Therapy department as such is well equipped in the Institute to handle cases of
Child Psychiatry, Paediatrics, Neuro conditions( Hand Functions, Stroke, Hemiplegics, Mascular
Dystrophy ). All activities and with modalities as it is a go for the Occupational Therapy Department,
so an efflux of 100 new asessments or more as a part of screening takes place in a span of 1 month.
Patients with Sensory Issues, Sensory Processing Disorder, Sensory Registration, Sensory Input are
being dealt with SIT. The other trails of Psychiatry ( Child ) cases are also adhered to department.
More number of Autistic, Downs Syndrome, Hemiplegia & Cerebral Palsy patients also come in
large number. Increasing number of DDM cases here also been registered.
Now planning the Adult Psychiatry, OT importance is well adhered in a new enveal & maiden innovative
idea. Many sucess stories are also a part of the therapeutic approach, it has been a challenging, innovative.
Learning experience is being a part of this rehabilitation as an Occupational Therapist.
Learning is a part of ideas and frequent adaptation of knowledge is a part of the therapy. changing
approaches is also for the betterment of the patient. Rehabilitation is the only prospective goal & aim
of the occupational Therapy.

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SENSORY INTEGRATION DEPARTMENT


Estd. - 1997

Sensory integration department provides services to patients with sensory deficits, poor balance and
equilibrium, poor hand function and hyperactivity. Therapies include desensitization of hyper active areas,
facilitation of hypo sensitive areas, vestibular stimulation for improving equilibrium, visual stimulation for
improving visual fixation and tracking.

SENSORY PARK
Estd. - 1997

Sensory Park is useful for kids with physical, sensory and psychological deficits. Sensory park provides
tasks which will improve strength, improve sensation and provides a feeling of recreation. It reduces the
fear of height, fear of falling and improves balance and co-ordination.
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CAMPUSES

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SWEEKAAR
ACADEMY OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES,
TANDUR CAMPUS
Estd. - 2005

The Clinical services started on 15th April 2005. The College of Speech and Hearing was inaugurated
by late Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy on 17.08.2005. The Institute is presently conducting courses in
B.Sc. (ASLP), DECSE (MR) and B.Ed. (MR).

Tandur Campus

Former C. M. Inagurating the College

Students performance: 100% results in all courses.


Placements: B.Sc and DECSE Students have been employed at
1.
Govt. sector
2.
Private sector
3.
Hearing Aid Companies
4.
Sarva Shikhsha Abhiyan
Some of the students are pursuing Higher Education.

Free Medical & Disability Detection Camps:


India Cement Limited has kind enough on this institution and sponsored to conduct medical camps as
well as industrial medical camps. The team of the professionals have visited the villages surveyed and
identified disabled and beneficiaries for increasing case load. The Cement Company is distributing hearing
aids worth rupees around 1 lakh since three years to the needy poor people and children especially to
the students. The company has sponsored a student for BSC course paying fees.

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SERVICES
Services

2005 - 06 2006 - 07 2007 - 08 2008 - 09 2009 - 10 2010 - 11 2011 - 12 2012 - 13 2013 - 14

Speech
Diagnostics

Total

188

209

239

305

360

395

409

485

595

3185

Audiology

175

182

230

320

420

453

502

535

602

3419

Speech
Therapy

250

300

800

440

400

530

778

700

780

4978

495

523

630

722

729

965

973

1304

1783

8124

Infant
screening

736

858

1247

1383

1470

1538

1680

1790

1810

12512

Total

1844

2072

3146

3170

3379

3881

4342

4814

5570

32218

Physiotherapy

COURSES
Sl. No
1

Course

B.Sc (ASLP)
DHLS
DECSE (MR)

B.Ed (MR)

Year of starting Total students


admitted
2005
2005

134
51

2010
2011
TOTAL

91
77
353

Total No.
passed till Results awaited
/ appeared
2014
77
57
51
55
56
239

36
21
114

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SWEEKAAR
ACADEMY OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES,
KADAPA CAMPUS
Estd. - 2005

His Excellency Mr. Sushil Kumar Shinde, Governor of A.P had inaugurated Sweekaar
Rehabilitation Institute for Handicapped on 21.04.2005. Sweekaar Degree College of Audiology
and Speech Language Pathology was inaugurated by Late Honorable Chief Minister Dr. Y.S.
Rajasekhar Reddy, on 23.12.2005. The foundation stone was laid for construction of Sweekaar
Rehabilitation Institute for Handicapp Estd - 1994, Kadapa at our site by Late Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhar
Reddy Garu, Honorable Chief Minister on 21.11.2005

Kadapa Campus
B.Sc (ASLP)
The Institute is presently conducting B.Sc. (ASLP) course. We have achieved 100% result in B.Sc.
(ASLP).

SERVICES
Services
Speech
Diagnostics

2005 - 06 2006 - 07 2007 - 08 2008 - 09 2009 - 10 2010 - 11 2011 - 12 2012 - 13 2013 - 14

Total

982

1686

1702

1745

1807

1819

2012

2115

2195

16063

Audiology

214

275

315

769

820

824

837

905

972

5931

Speech
Therapy

271

582

1754

2059

2371

2480

2507

2618

2502

17144

1782

3194

7595

8750

10031

9280 10002

9735

8977

69346

Early
Intervention

1132

1236

1332

1420

1535

1620

1672

1702

1807

13456

Total

4381

6973

12698

14743 16564 16023 17030

17075

Physiotherapy

16453 121940

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COURSES

Sl. No

Course

B.Sc (ASLP)

DHLS

Year of starting Total students


admitted
2005
2005
TOTAL

82
27

109

Total No.
passed till Results awaited
/ appeared
2014
81
1
18
9
99
10

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SWEEKAAR
ACADEMY OF REHABILITATION SCIENCES
GUNTUR CAMPUS
Estd. - 2007

The Sweekaar Degree College was inauguarated by Prof. Balamohan Das, VC, ANU. and Service unit
was inaugurated by Sri. Mohd. Ali Raafath, ISA, Dist. Magistrate Collector, Guntur.
The Clinical services started from 23 / 09 / 2007 with 11 cases for whom speech therapy, special education,
early intervention services were being offered. In this year the total number of cases have increased to 172
which included developmental delays, Hearing impaired, MR, Autistic, ADHD etc., This campus not only
offers services to disabled but also conducted B.Sc. (ASLP) courses affiliated to ANU. The course
commenced on 15.11.2008 with total of 6 students for an intake of (20).

Guntur Campus

From right : Dr. P. Hanumantha Rao, Chairman


of SARS, Sri. P. Gopi Krishna, C.A., Sri. Mohd.
Ali Raafath, ISA, Dist. Magistrate Collector
and Prof. Balamohan Das, VC, ANU.

Publicity done reg. B.Sc.(ASLP) course: No. of colleges visited: 48

No. of Screening Camps conducted: 08

No. of visitors visited our Institute: 186

No. of cultural programs conducted: 16

Awareness programs in rural areas : 19

Doctors sensitization program regarding services : No. of Hospitals visited : 166

Conducted world disabled week from : 3rd Dec-2013 to 8th Dec -2013

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SERVICES
Services

2007 - 08

Speech
Diagnostics

202

Audiology

2008 - 09

2009 - 10

2010 - 11

2011 - 12

450

1125

837

713

105

215

220

237

Speech
Therapy

75

145

165

Physiotherapy

95

121

Spl.
Education

35

Total

512

2013 - 14

Total

1240

1320

5887

256

370

385

1788

270

290

415

615

1975

141

244

348

420

567

1936

78

102

155

212

274

302

1158

1009

1753

1743

1819

2719

3189

12744

2012 - 13

COURSES
Sl. No

Course

Year of starting Total students


admitted

Total No.
passed till Results awaited
/ appeared
2014
15
9
15
9

B.Sc (ASLP)
B.Ed MR 2010

2008
2010

24
24

B.Ed. (MR)

2010

94

87

111

117

25

TOTAL

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MAN POWER DEVELOPMENT

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MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT
Sweekaars contribution towards development of professionals in the field
of Rehabilitation of the Disabled is unparlelled & exceptional in the
Country.

SECUNDERABAD - HQ :

PROFESSIONALS PASSED OUT

INSTITUTE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION :

2013

INSTITUTE OF SPEECH & AUDIOLOGY

594

INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH :

108

TOTAL

2715

CAMPUSES :
a) Tandur

128 Speech & Audiology


111 Special Education

b) Kadapa

99 Speech & Audiology

c) Guntur

15 Speech & Audiology


87 Special Education

GRAND
TOTAL

3155

Sweekaar could contribute 3155 rehab professionals from


1997 till March2014.

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INSTITUTE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION (ISE)


Secunderabad (HQ)
Course

Year of starting

Total Students
admitted

Total No.
passed till
March2014

Results awaited &


to appear

REGULAR MODE
D.Ed (HI)

1996

383

303

80

M.Ed (HI)

2008

30

26

M.Ed (MR)

2008

69

58

11

B.Ed (HI)

2007

171

133

38

B.Ed (MR)

2007

200

173

27

D.SE (ASD)

2007

114

72

42

DECSE (MR)

2007

156

125

31

TOTAL

1123

890

233

B.Ed (HI)

2001

409

299

110

B.Ed (MR)

2005

246

152

94

PGPD (HI)

2005

104

104

On Hold

PGPD (MR)

2008

65

65

On Hold

Foundation Course

2002

433

433

On Hold

M.Ed.(HI)

2010

66

41

25

M.Ed (MR)

2010

51

29

22

1123

258

DISTANCE MODE

TOTAL

1374

63

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INSTITUTE OF SPEECH & AUDIOLOGY ( I S A )


Course
M.Sc (ASLP)
B.Sc ( ASLP )
DHLS

Year of starting

Total Students
admitted

2003
1999
2005
TOTAL

137
356
157
650

Total No. Results awaited /


passed till
appeared
March2014
109
331
154
594

28
25
3
56

INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH ( I M H ) HQ


M.Phil (Clinical)

2007

88

61

29

M.Phil (Rehab)

2006

13

13

PGDRP

2003

34

34

Psy -D

2013

02

TOTAL

137

108

30

64

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