External Links

The Indian government has launched its first interactive web portal for people with disabilities.


Child Raise is a website committed to the empowerment of Special children and

Disability Issues, It is a Cross-Disability web portal.


To know How to Cope with Sudden Illness and Disabilities


WeCare Filmfest creates awareness about disability issues through the medium of films and fosters integration in society by spreading the message of ability. Watch interesting films on Disability on this website.


Ability Foundation is a national cross-disability organisation established in 1995 as a public charitable trust for the empowerment and mainstreaming of persons with disabilities. Based in Chennai, India, Ability Foundation is involved in pioneering activities, ranging from publishing and media, counselling and referral services, advocacy, and training and employment.


AccessAbility is a leading Universal Design and Disability Employment Specialist, providing integrated solutions and delivering value by catalyzing social change.

AccessAbility aims to unlock opportunities for people with disabilities by facilitating accessibility in the built environment, promoting employment opportunities and providing adequate training.

EnAble India’s mission is to empower people with disabilities. The mission is founded on the firm belief that people with disabilities do not need sympathy – they require the right environment to grow and fulfil their needs, potential and dreams… The goals of EnAble India are:

  • To empower people with disabilities
  • To enable rehabilitation of the disabled.
  • To enable employment of the disabled.


To build the next generation of disabled who are confident, assertive, smart and independent.

The World Centre for Creative Learning Foundation is a registered non-profit organisation based in Pune, Maharashtra, India. WCCLF’s objective is to Implement and Research arts-based therapies in India. They aim to create indigenous models of healing that use Indian artistic material (songs, dances, stories etc) and which are relevant to the Indian context. As an organisation, they are devoted to bringing arts-based therapies to institutions working with special populations. Contact Zubin Balsara or Mrs Asha Pillai.

Ouch! is a website from the BBC that reflects the lives and experiences of disabled people. It has articles, blogs, a very busy message board and an award-winning downloadable radio show – The Ouch Podcast). It’s aimed at those with a stake hold in disability: family, friends, and professionals and, rather importantly, disabled people themselves – without whom all this would be a bit meaningless.


enabled. in

For the happenings in the disability sector and useful information, the Enabled. in the site is the site to visit. 

Job ability is a job portal made for Persons with Disabilities by Leonard Cheshire Disability.

A Government of West Bengal Initiative towards the employment of Persons with Disabilities.

Skilling and employment opportunities for persons with disabilities, a White Paper by S. Ramadorai