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Tsering Lhamo a hearing and speech-impaired girl, after passing class Xth board examination through open schooling, opted for the beautician course. She was admitted in Tibetan Vocational Training Centre at Selaqui to learn the course at free of cost. Now she is a married house wife.

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Tenzin Drodhen was admitted in this school in year 2001 and has moderate learning difficulties and some hearing impairment. He was also sent to Bajaj Institute of Learning (A special school for the Deaf) for a three years. Later his parents wish to resigned him from our school in 2004 but this school has help him to get job in Songtsen Library in Dehradun (Uttaranchal). He is currently placed as assistant cook and earning good salary to lead his life independently.

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Tenzin Ngawang was admitted in our school on 2000 with the problem of severe hearing impairment. We had admitted him to Bajaj Institute of learning at Rajpur and later passed class 10+2 through National Open School. He has shown great interest in learning traditional Tibetan Thangka painting and we could help him to get admission in vocational training centre of Tibetan Home’s Foundation at Mussoorie with special consideration. After 6 years of rigorous training, he stood 1st position out of 7 students and now he is capable of earning and works at Dekyiling Handicraft Centre, Dehradun.

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Tenzin Tsetan was admitted to ngoenga school on  2001 with problem of severe hearing impairment and we had admitted him to Bajaj Institute of learning at Rajpur and later he completed his schooling through National open School.He has shown great interest in learning traditional Tibean Thanka Painting and we could help him to get admission in the Vocational Training course of Tibetan Home’s Foundation at Mussoorie with special consideration. After six years of rigorous training he stood first position out of seven students and now he is capable of earning and working in a Monastery in Nepal.

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Chemit Rafpal was admitted in our school on 10 December 2007 with the problem of Cerebral Palsy and was on wheelchair and not having independent movement. He is observed as a very slow learner with little speech problem too. With the efforts of our staff members and help from sponsors, the child is now walking with the help of a walker and out of the wheel chair! He needs less help while walking with walker and a day may come for this child to walk independently by himself without any aids. We are hoping for the best and working for such a wonderful result or success.

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Tsering Chokyi was the first batch student who were admitted in this school and after staying here for three years, she has been trained for tailoring and sign language. Later she has been made placement at our school as tailoring and sign language instructor and now she is a permanent staff of our school and earning good salary to lead her life satisfactory. She is a proud mother of a daughter.

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Penpa Dolma was admitted to our school on 13th Jan, 2002 and was diagnosed with severe spastic cerebral palsy with quadriplegia (affecting all four limbs) and right side dominant over left side. She was on wheel chair bound. She had very little muscle power left in her limbs and speech impaired as the result of prenatal head injury. She is 16 years old bright and intelligent student. She is left side hemiplegic with speech impaired. With gradual therapeutic exercised and with the cooperation from other staff members. She no longer use wheelchair for any mobility. She goes with one adult girl student as she as poor balance and to prevent any fall injury which might cause further secondary consequences. But she can walk independently with limping gait. She can do her partial ADL independently like toileting, brushing, writing, combing and dressing. Clinically her speech impairment is also known as Broca’s aphasia. In her case she communicates by using sign language. She is also very emotionally sensitive girls.

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Tenzin Jampa was admitted to Ngoenga School on 11th Jan, 2002. He was diagnosed of Cerebral palsy with right hemiplegic, hearing difficulty, severe physical disabilities, mental challenges, global aphasia and he is on wheel chair bound. He is 28 years old now. He is no longer uses wheelchair but his shuffling gait is not consistent and he looks for support. Due to his severe epileptic attack (sometimes 23 times a day) make him very weak. He has undergone minor surgery to remove his corn from his feet which prevent him from walking. Despite contracture in knee and tendo achiles, he walks independently. He could hear the speeches but not able to respond verbally. Though he cannot able to do his toileting by himself he can eat by himself. He recognized his home parents and family member well.

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