About Us

from silence into a world of sound

Of what use is technology if it cannot find answers to serve human needs?

I Hear Foundation is a registered non-profit organization working for individuals with hearing loss, especially those from economically weaker sections. The I Hear Foundation was established in 2002. The new set of trustees has started functioning since 2013 for the trust. Members of the trust have been working in the field of cochlear implants for the last twenty years and have the experience of having treated over 2000 children and adults with cochlear implants.

Who We Are

Who
We Are

I Hear Foundation is a registered non-profit organization working for individuals with hearing loss, especially those from economically weaker sections.

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Our Works

Our
Work

I Hear Foundation offers a number of services to individuals with hearing loss. Although I Hear Foundation has been registered since 2002.

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Our Trustees

Our
Trustees

Each one of our Trustees holds IHF interest above everything else, sharing a firm belief in values of public trust, collective responsibility and transparency.

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News

Events

  • Cochlear Implant Update - for audiologists, habilitationists and educators of the deaf

    Cochlear Implant Update

    Cochlear Implant update for Audiologists, Habilitationists and Special Educators.

Meet Isha Vartak, a budding writer with a flair for mathematics. But for a cochlear implant, Isha’s life talents would have been lost forever! Isha was born with a hearing loss in both ears. Realization of their daughter’s
Isha Vartak

Isha Vartak

How many of us would take a chance with a relatively unknown medical technology for our children? Not many would, but Shanice Fernandes’ parents took that chance! In their opinion, it was the best thing that they
Shanice Fernandes

Shanice Fernandes

Imagine what would happen a century ago to a person who lost his hearing. He would probably be taken to tantriks. Today, he sees a doctor. Even the profoundly deaf can have their hearing restored by cochlear implant
Anil Mehta

Anil Mehta

One look at our body and we can easily appreciate the symmetry in Nature’s creation. We have two eyes, two hands, two legs and two ears too. We also try to maintain this symmetry. If we suffer from cataract in both eyes
Jehaan Daboo

Jehaan Daboo

Parents play a key part in shaping the lives of their children. But the story of a mother’s dogged search for a remedy for her daughter is sure to give you goosebumps. When Nabha Wamburkar was barely 15 days old, her mother
Nabha Wamburkar

Nabha Wamburkar

Jasmine suffers from a syndrome called Usher syndrome. The syndrome is characterized by hearing loss and a gradual visual impairment. Jasmine gradually started losing her hearing at the age of 11 years. She completely
Jasmine Shah

Jasmine Shah

I am Dr. Shripal S Jain. I am a dentist by profession and my wife Dr. Bharti S Jain, a family physician. Rujal Jain is our first born child. When Rujal was born everything was normal (birth cry) and he was a healthy child. But at the
Rujal Jain

Rujal Jain

Sharanya Manoharan is a 15-year-old schoolgirl who is an accomplished Bharatnatyam dancer and a keyboard player. Does this sound like an average neighbourhood child? The answer is a resounding no as there is a key
Sharanya Manoharan

Sharanya Manoharan