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21 Marching- In Conversation with Korok Biswas

Down syndrome is a lifelong condition. Timely support early in life can help babies and children with Down syndrome to improve their physical and intellectual abilities. Most of these focus on helping children with Down syndrome develop to their full potential. These include speech, occupational, and physical therapy, and they

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21 Marching- In Conversation with Vineet Saraiwala

According to the National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB), 12 million people in India are suffering from visual impairment, and out of this only 29.16 percent are part of the education system. A mere 6.86 percent of schools in India have access to Braille books and audio content. Employers

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21 Marching- In conversation with Sumit Agarwal

Cerebral Palsy, one of the lesser known and understood disabilities, there are several myths around it. In this conversation with Sumit Agarwal, who was born with cerebral Palsy and 70% movement restriction, we will bust bust those myths. #21Marching #Marchinhsheep #PWDinclusion #Diversityequityandinclusion #Diversitymatters #Inclusionmatters #respectandequalityforall #Conversationsforchange #Conversationsthatmatter #Diversityandinclusion #Makeadifference

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21 Marching- In conversation with Shaheen Mallik

Unlike other disabilities, what acid attack victims suffer from is an outcome of crime. It just seems too unjust that they need to still fight for treatment, justice, for inclusion, to be valued for their skills and competencies. In India, acid attacks are at an all-time high and increasing every

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21 Marching- In Conversation with K Y Venkatesh

In this conversation, we are going to talk about Dwarfism. The Bengaluru-based Dwarf Federation of India, guesstimates that there are nearly 2 lakh dwarf people in India. It defines dwarfism as a medical or genetic condition that usually results in an adult height of 4′ 8” or shorter among both

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21 Marching- In conversation with Huafrid Billimoria

Huafrid Billimoria, a Motivational Speaker and social worker and a professional holistic coach. His journey started with ADHD , Severe learning disabilities and later on followed by Dystonia. Unfortunate bullying in his early years lead to struggle with clinical anxiety, ocd and depression. He is also an athlete being the

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21 Marching- In conversation with Ankit Rajiv Jindal

Join us today as we speak with Ankit Rajiv Jindal, a marketing professional, innovator, influencer, disabilities rights activist, and a visually impaired social entrepreneur. A person with 100% vision disability, Ankit has 15+ years of diversified experience of working at the corporate and disability sector. He wears multiple hats and

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21 Marching- In conversation with Gauri Gupta

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

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21 Marching- In conversation with Siddharth GJ

In this conversation, we are going to talk about #CerebralPalsy. Cerebral Palsy (CP), one of the disabilities covered under the RPWD act 2016, is a disabling physical condition in which muscle coordination is impaired due to damage to the brain. It occurs at or before child birth. Cerebral Palsy is

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