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Collaborations & Trainings

NIARC / Collaborations & Trainings

We follow global developments in this area; we also collaborate with leading organizations and institutions all around the globe. We are currently working with the Central Institute of Deaf, U.S and AL-Noor Training Centre in Dubai. Through collaboration with these prominent and pioneering institutions, NIARC will be able to provide world-class care to fulfil its vision.

Training regarding the newer advancements and skill development in their respective fields are provided routinely to our team by eminent professionals in the field of rehabilitation.

Central Institute of Deaf (CID)

Founded in 1914, CID in St. Louis was the first fully dedicated auditory-oral school for children with hearing loss in the U.S. CID is a pioneer in the early intervention and education of hearing impaired children.

Today, the Central Institute for the Deaf and CID at Washington University School of Medicine continues a unique combination of education, research, and clinical and community service to benefit children and adults who are deaf or have hard of hearing.

Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs

Established in 1981 in Dubai, The Al Noor Training Centre provides individual specially designed programs to suit the specific needs for the wellbeing and development of differently-abled children with a holistic approach. Al Noor employs Trans-Disciplinary Assessment and Intervention methods to ensure each child gets the precise help they need.

Online classes on Alternative Augmentative Communication by Jane Edgar Korsten

Jane is a speech pathologist and AT resource with individuals from having significant sensory motor differences and autism. She has developed alternate communication systems for individuals who are non-verbal. She was the principal investigator on an Innovative Research Grant funded through the National Institutes of Health. This three year research project led to the development of Every Move Counts: Clicks & Chats, a sensory based approach to communication.