Inabilities cannot limit our dreams and everyone has a right to live a normal life. Urdu being the national language of Pakistan holds a great significance in our lives and for the country. To promote Urdu many initiatives have been taken. Urdu Speech Therapy Platform is one of those. Further this initiative is taken to let everyone live a normal life and help hearing impaired kids.
Shanza Khan Shahani and Rabab are Pakistani Software Engineers and are the students of Jinnah University For Women, Karachi. These two talented girls made Urdu Speech Therapy Platform for Kids. This is a speech therapy that aims to bring a positive change in the life of hearing impaired kids and adults in Pakistan.
Disabilities come naturally but that does not mean to give up on dreams or that the life ended. To give a life to the living style of hearing impaired kids and adults in Pakistan the two vibrant girls have taken step. With the therapy they have devised now people will be able to hear and talk without any problem. This also aims to help slow learner to get the grip over the language.
While developing the software the kids were kept in mind but this is also useful for the adults who hearing impaired.
Speech Therapy might take too much time and money. This devised therapy aims to reduce time consumption and thus can be called the “BEST ALTERNATIVE” for speech therapy.
In addition to this therapist can be used for hours daily. Whenever person gets time, he or she can learn to speak.
Urdu Speech Therapy Platform
The speech therapy platform promotes Urdu language. It aims to provide audio and visual aid to people to get a good grip over Urdu language and its pronunciation. With detailed lessons from Urdu Qaida this platform serves as a great speech therapist.
At the moment the girls are at The Nest I/O in Karachi. There they will be incubated for four months.
According to the co-founder Shanza,
“Every minute at The Nest counts for us as we will never get the same opportunity to be able to work on the product without any interruption the way we have gotten at this incubation center. At home, there are always electricity shortages, internet problems and family members disrupting our workflow.”
The four months of incubation will help these young girls learn more and think with even larger perspectives. They will have easy access to technology, mentors and investors.
These daughters of the country are trying their best to bring a positive attitude the lives of disabled and are proving that they are best and capable of success and regard. We are surely proud of them.