In this Conversation, we are going to talk about Locomotor Disability. Locomotor Disability means restriction in the movement of the limbs.
Strictly speaking Locomotor Disability means problem in moving from one place to another — i.e. disability in legs. But, in general, it is taken as a disability related with bones, joints and muscles. It causes problems in person’s movements (like walking, picking or holding things in hand etc.)
Today we have with us Gauri Gupta, a student, writer, artist, and a disability inclusion activist.
She has recently graduated in Philosophy Hons from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University. She lives with Spina Bifida- myelomeningocele, which has led to locomotor disability. She is also a para-athlete at state and national levels.
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