First, you have to change the way you think about people with disabilities. And that starts with breaking the assumptions that people with disabilities can’t work, and should not be part of a workforce. So, chances are in your workplace you are already working with or for people with disabilities. People with disabilities are engineers, truck drivers, and CEO’s. 1 A strong message from leadership in support of Disability inclusion2 Eradicating assumptions3 Getting Ready for
Until a few days ago Mumbai was brimming with activity, our unstoppable Mumbai. The city is always on the move, so much so that it never sleeps. We share a love-hate relationship with Trains, Buses, Cabs, Auto and lately Metro. We complain often but know deep in our hearts that very few cities in the world can provide such mobility. But now, you see what you have never seen or might never see again Mumbai
Ravi, Founder at myUDAAN is a Person with a disability and above that, a very good friend People think being friends with someone with a disability is special, that not everyone can do it or it is something to be proud of. This is a fallacy no one is a hero for being friends with someone with a disability. Being friends with a person with a disability isn’t something that should be different or special.
How to be a Friend Caring for each other should be a part of any friendship, whether or not a disability is involved. And remember, ‘disability’ covers countless conditions that affect people’s movements, senses, and activities in completely different ways, so each person will have unique needs. If you’re ever unsure of how to treat someone, being honest and asking them is always the way to go- at the end of the day, they’re your