Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Our comprehensive FAQ section is a culmination of 4 months of extensive research dedicated to addressing the most common inquiries surrounding disability, education, legislation, accessibility, employment and other sectors related to disability. Whether delving into the intricacies of inclusive schooling or navigating the legal landscape for individuals with disabilities, our objective is to provide clear, concise responses from experts and specialists in the field, fostering a deeper understanding of the world for people living with disabilities.
Employing Hashu Advani College of Special Education, we initiated this four-month research endeavor led by Ms. Nisha Kutty and Dr. Asmita Huddar. Professionals, experts, practitioners, families and self-advocates (people with disabilities) came together to share their insights, ensuring a well-rounded perspective. The research tool underwent validation by nine experts, with translations into Hindi and Marathi, available both offline and online.

Our commitment to ethical considerations involved informed consent, confidentiality assurances and obtaining ethical clearance from Monk Prayogshala’s Institutional Review Board. The platform acknowledges its intent to present information in a simplistic manner, assuming readers possess interest but no formal training in disability, diversity or inclusion. Compiled from various sources, the FAQ section includes professional opinions, perceptions and facts.

The platform does not endorse or hold responsibility for the authenticity of views expressed. We issue a disclaimer and a red flag to highlight that the information is presented through individuals’ lenses, offering a starting point for understanding, with an emphasis on equal representation of all disability types. Recognizing each person with disability as unique, generalized statements should be used for basic overviews rather than applied to individual cases. The information provided is not dynamic, lacking frequent revisions. Viewer discretion is recommended for decision-making, considering the diverse nature of debates in the disability, diversity, and inclusion sphere.
Familiarize yourself with and expand your vocabulary of disability-related terminology! 
A - Autism Spectrum Disorder
O - Orbit Reader
T - Training
L - Language Acquisition
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