Disability & Inclusion
My Grandma Had Breast Cancer, But I Couldn’t Comfort Her For A Very Strange & Sad Reason…

We often do not know what to say to someone who is suffering from something - an illness, or a loss. Often we are conditioned to how the one suffering perceives it. Here's a POV.

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20 y.o. Swarnalakshmi Ravi, President Of India’s Children’s Parliament Is An Inspiration!

President of the Children's Parliament, Swarnalakshmi Ravi has great dreams. The author interviewed her about the issues she faces as a disabled person.

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Pranjal Patil – The Nation’s First Visually Impaired IAS Officer Is An Inspiration To All!

As the first visually impaired woman IAS Officer in India, Pranjal Patil is definitely an inspiration for women! Here's her story of going above and beyond!

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3 Most Common Questions (And Answers) On How To Treat Alzheimer’s Patients With Respect
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Alzheimer's may strike you or your family member any time and will definitely wreak havoc in your life. Here are a few FAQs to help you deal with  

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The Harassment Of Disability Activist Virali Modi In Delhi Reveals Old Attitudes Haven’t Changed
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Disability rights activist, Virali Modi was harassed at the Delhi Airport on Monday by a CISF Officer who claimed Virali was merely pretending. This isn't the first time the activist has been harassed

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The Journey Of My Son Laksh Is A Scenic Route To The Destination
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Before the author's son Laksh was born, she was told that it would be a difficult journey. However, he is growing up at his own pace and here is his story!

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