Accommodating hearing impaired
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Link2home is a single, state-wide telephone service for homelessness enquiries in NSW.This includes workshops, seminars and refresher courses designed to update and develop professional practices and skills.These programmes also train grass-root level personnel such as Anganwadi workers, Health workers etc.The institute provides free services for persons with hearing handicap whose monthly income is below Rs. The beneficiaries can take prior appointment, if they desire.Patients are advised to bring their monthly income certificate from the Tahasildar, MP, MLA, Municipal Counsellor, Sarpanch, and Employer.