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CC Saha Ltd hosts storytelling workshop with thespian Dolly Basu for hearing-impaired children
Image by Avishek Mitra/IBNS

CC Saha Ltd hosts storytelling workshop with thespian Dolly Basu for hearing-impaired children

| @indiablooms | 17 May 2024, 06:03 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: CC Saha Ltd, a leading provider of premier hearing impairment solutions, undertook an initiative aimed at fostering inclusivity and creativity among hearing-impaired children.

The company organised a special storytelling workshop by Thespian Dolly Basu, tailored to the unique needs of these children.

The event took place at CC Saha Ltd’sPrince Anwar Shah Road clinic that hosted an enriching experience for children with hearing impairments.

Through the art of storytelling, CC Saha Ltd sought to empower these children, providing them with an avenue to explore their imagination and express themselves freely.

"We believe in the power of storytelling to transcend barriers and connect individuals from all walks of life," said Vikram Saha, Director for CC Saha Ltd. "Our goal is to create an inclusive environment where hearing-impaired children can unleash their creativity and develop essential communication skills."

"We were thrilled to have Ms. Dolly Basu join us for this special event," added Vikram Saha. "Her dedication to promoting inclusivity aligns perfectly with our mission, and we are confident that her presence inspired and motivated the children in attendance."

The workshop featured interactive storytelling sessions led by experienced Dolly Basu trained in working with children. Additionally, attendees had the unique opportunity to engage with a celebrity guest who shares a passion for empowering children through storytelling.

The workshop is part of CC Saha Ltd's ongoing commitment to supporting the hearing-impaired community and promoting accessibility in all aspects of life.

By providing innovative solutions and fostering inclusive experiences, the company aims to create a world where everyone can thrive, regardless of their hearing abilities.

According to global studies, 6.3% of Indians have some form of hearing loss.

Out of every 1,000 children born, 4 are born deaf or hard of hearing. This can have a significant impact on a child's development and educational achievements.

While in advanced countries, over 90% of newborns are typically screened for hearing loss, the figure for newborn hearing screening is practically negligible in India.

(Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS)

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