Connecting with disabled individuals, as well as organisations that represent the disabled community, will help nurture understanding and awareness. Similarly, creating a safe education space where people can say the wrong things and ask questions can facilitate more open and honest conversation.
“There are so many different terminologies that are chosen or not chosen,” said one guest. “By bringing in those voices who have the lived experience, there is this authenticity there, which otherwise we couldn’t predict

“Money, Life and Individuality of children with special needs is as valid as yours". Nitika Mendiratta, a Delhi based Social Work entrepreneur, PhD and an advocate for the rights of children with developmental disabitlities.