Ali Yavar Jung National Institute of Speech and Hearing Disabilities (Divyangjan)

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Disability Information Line (DIL)

Listen to Information on Disabilities in Hindi/Regional Language/English any time (24x7), Avail the service of Call Attendant on working hours.

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To Access DIL of respective states, Dial:

022-26404019/24 &
Toll free - 1800222014

Delhi/Jammu & Kashmir/Punjab
0120-2500920/921/923 &
Toll free - 18001804689

Madhya Pradesh/Uttar Pradesh/Chhattisgarh
0755-2685954/55/56 &
Toll free - 18002335956

0674-2460021/31/41 &
Toll free - 18003457115

Andhra Pradesh /Telangana/Tamil Nadu/Kerala/

040-27959043/63/27959103 &
Toll free - 18004259590

West Bengal/Sikkim/Bihar
033-25313236/46/25315492 &
Toll free - 18003455492

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Flash Movie showing the following points:

  • No child is too young for hearing testing
  • Early intervention is the first step to develop hearing impaired child's speech and language
  • Deaf are not dumb. Talk Talk Talk to your hearing impaired child to enable him to talk
  • Let hearing impaired play and enjoy. It helps them to learn
  • Sign language is also a language
  • Hearing impaired needs opportunity, not sympathy
  • What is music to one person can be noise to another
  • Be an alert citizen: Prevent noise pollution

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Last updated on : 18/07/2017