Media Mentions

2019

The understanding that everyone has a part to play and that there are no free rides in life will stand children in good stead as they grow up.

The Wire, January 12, 2019

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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

India is one of the largest producers and exporters of vaccines yet over 60,000 under five die every year in the country from vaccine-preventable diseases.

The Wire, April 30, 2018

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

Human Rights Watch, April 3, 2018

In India, autism is still widely misunderstood and, outside of the large cities, often undiagnosed. It’s a crisis in child development that must be averted with proactive, early intervention.

The Wire, April 02, 2018

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2017

Thanks to Moy Moy, there’s hope for thousands of disabled children.

The Better India, June 2, 2017

Kids get further when we let them move on their own two feet

The Swaddle, May 14, 2017

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2016

The mountain of early intervention

The Swaddle, September 20, 2016

Shiamak Davar’s Institute of Dance conducts a workshop at the Doon School, and there we were, for the second time!

DehradunBuzz, September 13, 2016

Latika Vihar, our inclusive play centre where children of all shapes, sizes and forms are welcomed in to read, listen to stories, act, cook , play and just have fun every evening.

DehradunBuzz, September 13, 2016

There are already so many laws that apply to NGOs and are barely used effectively; where is the need for one more?

The Wire, July 23, 2016

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2015

The WHO says 15 per cent of India’s population is disabled. Notice them. Please notice them.

The Swaddle, April 21, 2015

Lessons to my 25 years younger self on raising a child with disabilities.

The Swaddle, March 24, 2015

There’s nothing heroic about the one tube feed, the one nappy, the one night of broken sleep. It’s the years. The long, long avenue of years.

The Swaddle, February 10, 2015

Welcome to the world of disability – it makes you question everything you think you know.

The Swaddle, January 9, 2015

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