"All of us do not have equal talent, but all of us should have an equal opportunity to develop our talents."
John F. Kennedy

For decades, we have partnered with organisations that run programmes that encompass rehabilitation, assistive technology, employment, training and recreation for the disabled, with the objective of helping people with physical disabilities to feel included, independent and empowered. Differently-abled people, across the globe, run the risk of isolation and marginalization. Not only do they have to cope with attitudinal hurdles like prejudice and pity, they also have to face physical challenges like negotiating obstacles in the natural environment and they have to deal with the social isolation of being excluded from a lot of creative and recreational activities.

We believe that there is an urgent need to go beyond the traditionally held views of charity and welfare and to adopt new attitudes and methods – ones that strive to change old systems, beliefs and laws pertaining to disability and embrace new ways of actualizing productivity and empowerment for disabled people. We are committed to this view of inclusion and empowerment. In the Centennial there were many occasions that helped us demonstrate our belief in creating a strong supportive environment for people with disabilities – to help them grow into confident, independent and productive individuals.

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