Media Mentions

2018

Natasha Badhwar writes about how LRF began as a school for a beloved daughter with cerebral palsy but has now evolved into a network of centres for those working with the disabled

Livemint, June 16, 2018

Women and girls with disability are invisible victims of sexual violence in India. The Latika Roy Foundation helped a child raped

Human Rights Watch, April 3, 2018

The Latika Roy Foundation helped the family of a disabled child raped by her brother’s 17-year old tutor pursue justice and be granted an unprecedented sum as compensation. As part of our efforts to remove hurdles to justice for women with disabilities, the Latika Roy Foundation helped a child with intellectual and language difficulties describe the abuse to make her case.

Human Rights Watch, April 3, 2018

2017

Life lessons on parenting a child with disability – Jo’s letter to her younger self 25 years ago

Patients Engage, December 1, 2017

Our holistic approach and our biggest challenge (no, it isn’t money!).

NewsHook, October 7, 2017

How to explain death to children with intellectual disability

The Swaddle, June 16,2017

Change begins with one step in the direction in which we want to move and how we’re changing the world one smile at a time.

NTD Inspired, June 11, 2017

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2016

The opening of the 12th Sir Ratan Tata Lecture Series on ‘Every Child in School – Every Single Child’

LiveHindustan.com, December 9, 2016

Why investing in India’s youngest citizens is now more crucial than ever

The Wire, November 27, 2016

Communicating better with people with disabilities

The Swaddle, November 8, 2016

The mountain of early intervention

The Swaddle, September 20, 2016

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2012

Women’s Web speaks to Jo as part of their series on contemporary urban women in India.

Women's Web, August 15, 2012

2010

‘Mother Courage’ urges parents to trust their instincts and be strong advocates for their child.

Deccan Herald, March 5, 2010

2001

Renuka Chidambaram on Karuna Vihar, our first project for children with disability, from way back when we had only 30 children.

Outlook India, May 7, 2001