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Lets create a world where blindness is not a handicap, but a mere inconvenience

What comes to mind when you see someone blind? Someone tap-tapping with the trademark cane on the road, waiting to be helped across the street, or someone

Voice Vision is the recipient of the National Award for best accessible website 2011!

Voice Vision has been felicitated with the National Award for the Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, 2011 for the best accessible website (Private/ Nongovernmental organisations) by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment (Disability Division)!

Accessibility was the top criteria while designing this website and we're glad our efforts have been recognized.    ...    Read more »

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Sushmeetha, receiving the National Award from Shri. Mukul Wasnik

Vision of Voice Vision

Vision to host this brand new website is to bring all the NGO's, Reader Writer's, Parents, Students, Mailing List Members under one roof & thread each pearl in a single necklace.
This is only possible with all of your cooperation, We welcome you all & seek your full support to create this vision into reality.

A Visit To A Restaurant Workshop

Conducted a sensitization workshop “A Visit to A Restaurant” on 26th November 2016 at REX ICONGO Karamveer Puraskar sharing about the difficulties faced by persons with visual impairment.    ...    Read more »

Marriage Proposal Through A Friend

While working for the disabled community, I generally come across various real life stories. I have shared one of such case study below, which is very common in our disabled community. To secure the individuals identity, I have changed the names.    ...    Read more »

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Shopping Experience with and without eyesight

Shopping and Women are two synonym words. Most women enjoy both shopping &window shopping.
Even I enjoy shopping. For me shopping is not just buying stuff, it has more to do with relaxing myself, unwinding my stress, networking, building new rapport and much more.    ...    Read more »

How First-Aid training saved my life

Sometimes, the most innocuous of events have unexpected consequences. A couple of days ago, I was having my regular dosage of medicine. I didn’t think much of it: I popped a pill in as I had done hundreds of times ago. After all, how complicated can swallowing medicine get?    ...    Read more »

How birth blind children can learn and understand their surroundings.

When children are young they are learning to identify and label the world. Blind children are no different. They need to become familiar with the world,
too. Familiarization develops orientation. For the sighted child, vision puts them in the action. For the blind child touch, sound, and movement puts them    ...    Read more »

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