Dr. Sreevidya Sherla, working as Associate Professor in Department of Audiology at Helen Keller’s Institute Of Research & Rehabilitation For The Disabled Children. She is an academic scholar who has completed her B.Sc (SLH) from Manipal Academy of Higher Education, M.Sc (ASLP) from Sweekaar academy, PGDAL from Osmania University and PhD (Linguistics) from Annamalai University. She joined as Head of Department (Audiology and Speech Language Pathology) at Helen Keller’s Institute Of Research & Rehabilitation For The Disabled Children.
To her credit expertise and capability, there are numerous publications, presentations and awards. Her special focus is in the area of new born hearing screening and auditory rehabilitation. She has an excellent track record in academic institutions and is actively engaged in teaching, research, delivering.
Delivered a talk on “Hearing loss & Its effects on listening & Auditory Development” on 05/10/2016 at CRE program Developing listening skills to the children with hearing impairment from 5th to 7th October 2016 conducted at AYJNISHD, SRC, Secunderabad.
Delivered a talk on “Recent Advances in selection of hearing aids with reference to specific clients & Signal enhancing technology” on 26/07/2017 at CRE program Recent Advances in management of persons with hearing impairment from 26th to 28th July 2017 conducted at AYJNISHD,SRC, Secunderabad.
Delivered a talk on “Aural Rehabilitation & Its Importance” on 26/07/2018 at CRE program Advances in management of the children with hearing impairment from 25th to 27th July 2018 conducted at AYJNISHD, SRC, and Secunderabad.
Delivered a talk on “Hearing loss in school going children & Its Impact on development of a child” on 14/03/2019 at CRE program on Screening procedures for children with hearing impairment from 11th to 15th July 2019 conducted at AYJNISHD, SRC, Secunderabad.
Got Best scientific paper Award on “Head & Neck Cancer – Quality of life questionnaire in individual with Dysphagia (Hindi)” on 23rd -24th March 2019 at 2nd TASLPACON Annual Conference.
Got Best scientific paper Award on “Agenesis of corpus callosum- A case study” on 23rd -24th March 2019 at 2nd TASLPACON Annual Conference.
Got Best Scientific Paper Award on “A Tool for identifying carrier of Recessive Hereditary Hearing Loss” at ICAS International conference conducted at KMC, Mangalore on 10-12 September 2015.
Got Best Scientific Paper Award on “AAC for Multiple Disabled –A Single Case Study” IN THE TWO DAY INTERNATIONAL conference on Empowerment of Persons with Multiple Disabilities at New Delhi on 29.10.14 & 30.10.14, organized by NIEPMD.
Susan G Oommen at BMI CONFERENCE Paper presentation
Ms Susan Oommen as Resource person for Conference on Medical Speech Language Pathology in Acute Care at KIMS and Helen Kellers Institute, Hyderabad
Lakshmi Prasanna P, Sreevidya S & Priti R (2020) Glasgow Children Benefit Inventory in Hindi (GCBI-H). International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR).
Competition For Creating Posters/ Flyers On Speech And Hearing Disorders Or Conditions Or Care Awarded by TASLPA
Presenting Paper in TeLF conferene, 28th to 29th January 2019 by Ms Lakshmi Prasanna
Masters in Audiology Speech Language Pathalogy in 2014
Worked for Sarvashiksha Abhya Bhavita centers for 6 months since 2015 joined Helen Keller’s Institute.
I have done my Masters Degree in Audiology and Speech Language Pathology in 2011 from Osmania University, Telangana, India. I had worked in the field of Audiology and Speech with different roles such as Clinical Audiologist/Cleft speech pathologist/Speech therapist/ Lecturer and currently working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Audiology at Helen Keller’s Institute of Research & Rehabilitation For The Disabled Children. As a part of academics I teach UG and PG students, give my guidance in clinical conferences, journal club presentations, Dissertations.
Ms Padmapriya at TASLPACON
Attended WHO 10 online courses on COVID 19 in, January 2020
Attended 3 day training program on Fundamentals Of DIR Floor time At Fernandez Development Centre, Hyderabad on 13 th, 14 th, 15 th march 2020.
Helen Keller’s Institute of Research & Rehabilitation for the disabled children”, is running Special School for the Hearing Impaired, Intermediate and Degree college for the hearing impaired, Manpower development program, which includes teacher training for those who aspire to become teachers of the deaf, Diploma program in Special Education, Degree and Master Degree program in the speech and hearing,under one roof.
“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” – Helen Keller
According to WHO (World Health Organization) 11% of the total population is disabled, of which approximately 3.6% people are suffering from speech and hearing problems.