• Wheelchairs for Kids Inc. Quarterly Update Newsletter

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  • Unique but not different!

    2 April 2018 was World Autism Day and we wore blue to celebrate! To honor World Autism month this April, we wanted to share a story about a boy from Erautar, Ilam district who was unique to many children he grew up with. Roshan Ale Magar enjoys exploring his surrounds and playing in the mud. He is a boy with

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  • !!Disabled or differently disabled!!

    What do you call them? Disabled? People with disability? Or Differently abled? Does the terminologies used even matter? Does it change the fact that people with some form of disability are restricted from a normal life? The world differentially abled seems to have garnered so much spotlight today. So much so, if you mistakenly call any of them “disabled” you will be

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  • Nina Murray, Occupational Therapist Trainer for the Community Based Rehabilitation Program

    “I am passionate about occupational therapy and providing rehabilitation in a community setting as I believe it is the best way to improve the quality of life through purposeful and meaningful rehabilitation. To me, volunteering gives a true sense of purpose and meaning and is a humbling and rewarding experience. I have been lucky enough to complete tertiary education and

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