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Birth of a Movement
Birth of a movement

We returned home to Bombay from England filled with thoughts of how wonderful getting back home was going to be, but we were in for a rude shock. Seven years ago, the doctors had said that I would be a vegetable and that situation of ignorance still continued. There were no schools for me. They were still very ignorant about their approach to people with disabilities.

To begin with, I went to a leading Children's Hospital for my treatment. They spoke about me in front of me, often not directly addressing me. They poked and examined me as if I did not feel any pain. Well, I was just a patient and not a human being.

‘Does she need a ...

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