Technology: Living Blind Made Easy

The advent of the digital space and technology has transformed the way I live. Activities I grew up depending on others for help today have become pretty simple for me on my various devices. Technology has widened the scope of possibilities. It has opened up opportunities. It has also made me independent and, on several counts, a resource for friends and family. The laptop, smartphone and screen reading software have given life a new meaning and direction. 

In Conversation with Ashaita Mahajan of Yash Charitable Trust & Cafe Arpan

Listen to Ashaita Mahajan, Trustee at Yash Charitable Trust, speak to us about Cafe Arpan, a cafe in Mumbai staffed and managed by people with intellectual and developmental #disabilities. Why did they start a cafe? How has it grown? All this and more awaits!

Nano- Reimagining Inclusive Education for Persons with Disabilities

Imagine that, in 2050, 50% of the global population is living with a disability.Imagine that People with Disabilities are no longer a minority. Imagine a world where, right from childhood, everybody is treated as equal and no one is special. Now let us reimagine our educational environment.

In Conversation with Karan Shah

Karan Shah is the founder of Pawsitivve Future and an animal behaviourist who trains dogs to be assistants and therapy dogs. In this interview for Success & ABILITY, listen to Karan as he talks about his journey as a person with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), as a dog trainer and the miracles that dogs have brought in his life and in the lives of those around him.