Little Miracle – Mananjay
Little Miracle – Mananjay
We are very excited to present this fantastic interview with Bhavani Singh. She is an exceptional mother of Mananjay and an amazing homemaker. Bhavani shares her life experience with her son Mananjay who is a cochlear implantee, dealing with hearing loss.
Hearing loss can have a significant impact on a child’s life, including delayed speech and language development, social isolation, academic difficulties, and emotional and psychological challenges. Early intervention and support can help minimize these effects and improve a child’s overall quality of life.
World Health Organization predicts that by 2050 nearly 2.5 billion people may have some degree of hearing loss. Further, over 1 billion people are at risk for permeant hearing loss. Especially due to unsafe listening practices. Therefore, this statistic is alarming and one should be concerned.
So, hearing health should be given importance. Hence, via this interview, we bring you this story of Little Miracle– Mananjay in his mother’s own words.
Q1. अपने बारे में बताइये।
Mera naam bhavani hai. me ek House wife hu, me proper Rajasthan se hu or abhi 2 saal se mere Bete ki speech therapy ke liye Karnataka ayi hu.
Q2. यह सब कैसे शुरू हुआ?
Q3. अपने बच्चे के बारे में कुछ बताइए।
Mere bete ka naam Mananjay hai or wo bohot active, hamesha khush rehne wala, acchi soch samajh wala(uski umar k hisab se)hai.sports, padhai, extra curricular activities me bhi accha hai.sabka laadla hai.
Q4. आपको क्या प्रेरित किया?
Q5. जीवन का कोई कथन।
Mere jivan ka yahi “kathan” hai k bas haar mat mano, koshish karte raho. Ek do din men safalta nahi milegi. Mere jivan men bohot ese mode aaye ki me haar k baith sakti thi, lekin nahi mene bas than liya ki koshish karne valon ki kabhi har nahi hoti.
Q6. आपकी कुल में सफलता की कहानी।
About Speech therapy
About Cochlear Implants
Cochlear implants can improve communication and quality of life for people with severe hearing loss who receive little benefit from hearing aids. Increasingly, cochlear implants in both ears (bilateral) are accepted as standard care for the treatment of severe hearing loss, especially for infants and children who are learning to speak and to process language. Not everyone performs at the same level with this device. The decision to receive an implant should involve discussions with medical specialists, including an experienced cochlear-implant surgeon. The process can be expensive. In some cases person’s health insurance may cover the expense, but not always. Some individuals may choose not to have a cochlear implant for a variety of personal reasons.
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