A social worker counselling physically challenged kid

Photo: GiveIndia

Teachers In Ambala Educate Disabled Kids At Home Amid COVID-19

In an attempt to educate physically challenged children amid the COVID-19 at home, the Ambala Education department with16 teachers visits ''once a week'' to these children's houses. During the visit, teachers help them in their studies and counsel them on how to take bathe, put on their clothes, etc. However, a teacher said ''it's a pleasure to meet these kids'' but "sometimes they face problems with alcoholic parents".

Thu, 09 Sep 2021 - 10:22 AM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: Physically Challenged, Education, Physically Disabled Students, Haryana

Courtesy: ANI

DARE school students

Photo: The Logical Indian

Specially-Abled Students Make Rakhis, Masks For Rakshabandhan & Onam: Kerala

Differently-abled children in the DARE school are making eco-friendly rakhis, festival-oriented masks, and tote bags for the occasion of Rakshabandhan and Onam. These products are made using green gram, dal, dry pumpkin seeds, and sunflower seeds. The motive behind this activity is to engage the students to understand the significance of the festivals. Besides, the products are available on the social media site of the NGO Srishti Trust’s… read-more

Sat, 21 Aug 2021 - 10:16 AM / by Balaji L

Tags: rakhis, masks, Physically Challenged, Onam, students

Courtesy: The Logical Indian

Lab Tech Helps Deliver Baby

Photo: The Times of India

Differently-Abled Lab Techie Performs Delivery On Moving Train

In a heartwarming incident, a differently-abled lab technician Sunil Prajapati helped a pregnant woman deliver a baby on a moving train on January 16. Reportedly, Sunil used thread from the shawl and an unused shaving blade to help deliver the baby. He was guided by his senior eye surgeon via video call. After the successful delivery, the woman and her newborn were admitted to a hospital in Mathura.

Mon, 18 Jan 2021 - 04:56 PM / by Sakshi Teresa Emmanuel

Tags: Bizarre event, Pregnancy Delivery, Lab Technician, train, Physically Challenged

Courtesy: The Times Of India