Testimonials

We love it when our work and reason for existence is recognized in the media. Here are some such instances.



Intimate side of life eludes the disabled due to misinformation-Times Of India- By Mithila Phadke

Date on which testimonial was published: 
9 Feb 2014

When NGO Voice Vision conducted a workshop on sexuality for the visually
impaired in 2012, a team of medical professionals led sessions on the human
body, intimacy and abuse. Participants exchanged stories, attended freewheeling
discussions on sexual health and relationships, and with the aid of anatomically
correct models understood what the opposite genders body looked like. In some    ...    Read more »

Meet plays matchmaker for people with disabilities- The Times of India

Date on which testimonial was published: 
6 Jan 2014

MUMBAI: Chirag and Mansi Kothari have been married for 10 years now with two children. The couple, both suffering from hearing impairment and speech disability, have ensured their disability does not come in their way of a happy married life and raising children.    ...    Read more »

Maharashtra Times Matrimonial Ad

Date on which testimonial was published: 
15 Dec 2013

Disabled persons can find their soulmate. Participate in Matrimonial get together on 5th Jan 2014. Time 2 to 6 pm, register latest by 30th Dec 13.

www.voicevision.in/matrimonial.

Venue: Gold Leaf Banquet, Link House, Malad W, Mum 64.

Cont. Sushmeetha on 40400000 / 9820566010 / contact@voicevision.in

First aid workshop - Blind Welfare

Date on which testimonial was published: 
1 Dec 2013

Ms. Sushmeetha Bubna ,founder director, Voice Vision -a leading NGO in Goregaon, Mumbai - providing computer training to visually challenged persons for the past several years, organised a one-day workshop on first Aid for 30 visually challenged children of our Mumbai IE program, on November 16, 2013,at our Andheri centre.    ...    Read more »

Blind kids ready to be life-savers - Mid Day- By Saurabh Vaktania

Date on which testimonial was published: 
23 Nov 2013

AROUND 25 to 30 visually challenged children are no longer in the dark when it comes to give first aid in a medical emergency, as they are now equipped with the basic know-how while dealing with any injuries or an emergency situation.    ...    Read more »

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