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Training The Differently Abled For A Brighter Future

India's increasing population of differently abled individuals means that the need for educational and employment resources is apparent now more than ever. With majority of the differently abled population living in rural areas, the issue of accessibility is not getting the attention it needs. In its efforts to create user-centered solutions for education and employability for the visually challenged, ARISE Impact (Act to Rise for Innovation in Special Education), a non-profit organization founded by Abhishek Syal, is conducting field research at establishments that are working to impact the careers and futures of these individuals by developing self-confidence, self-learning methods and life-skills.
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