In India, patriarchy, and not charity, begins at home.
“I stopped looking at my son and seeing a big red autism banner.”
“I know that dealing with something so hard has made me a better person in the long run.”
Our personal biases and stereotypes can harm and influence children.
A robust support system in all aspects of their life can work wonders.
“When my daughter, Syona, was a toddler I would sometimes cancel our appointments for the day and just spend time playing with her.”
The definition of advocacy is simple but highly impactful for kids with special needs.
Inclusion is a powerful tool that can benefit every child.
Visiting different schools, talking to other parents and considering your child’s individual needs can really help.