Report on Seminar on Challenges and Hopes of Deaf and Hard of Hearing People
In late August, a seminar was held in Pakistan entitled “Challenges and Hopes: Deaf and Hard of Hearing People in the 21st century,” sponsored by Danishkadah, an organization for the empowerment of leaders with disabilities.
Lectures were delivered on topics such as cochlear implants; sign language; removing barriers from the environment; assistive technology in education; information technology in developing countries; and others.
The Danishkadah web site has a report summarizing the highlights of what speakers said at:
We Can Do learned about this seminar report via an email from Ghulam Nabi Nizamani.
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